Amasa Basin

Off-Highway Vehicle - Utah

The Amasa ATV trail is located approx 51 miles west of Delta Utah. This trail offers riders 33 miles of desert and mountainous terrain ranging from easy to most difficult. Old mines and mining relics can viewed along its route. The trail borders the Notch Peak Wilderness Study Area with Notch Peak in plain view. Notch Peak is a 3,000 foot sheer cliff made of limestone and is hailed by many as the second tallest cliff face in America, second only to El Capitan in Yosemite National Park. The peak towers 9,725 feet above the desert valley which has an elevation of about 5,000 ft.

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Brochure of One-Day Ride (Motorcycle, ATV and 4X4) at Amasa Basin in Utah. Published by Utah State Parks.Amasa OHV - Brochure

Brochure of One-Day Ride (Motorcycle, ATV and 4X4) at Amasa Basin in Utah. Published by Utah State Parks.

Amasa Basin OHV https://www.utahatvtrails.info/central/westdesert/amasa.html The Amasa ATV trail is located approx 51 miles west of Delta Utah. This trail offers riders 33 miles of desert and mountainous terrain ranging from easy to most difficult. Old mines and mining relics can viewed along its route. The trail borders the Notch Peak Wilderness Study Area with Notch Peak in plain view. Notch Peak is a 3,000 foot sheer cliff made of limestone and is hailed by many as the second tallest cliff face in America, second only to El Capitan in Yosemite National Park. The peak towers 9,725 feet above the desert valley which has an elevation of about 5,000 ft.

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