Cricket Mountains

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The Cricket Mountains are a 35-mile (56 km) long mountain range located in central-south Millard County, Utah on the east border of Sevier Lake, in the Great Basin Desert. From ridge tops to valley bottoms, ranchland to old mines, there is plenty to see when exploring the 129 miles of ATV trails. Great views abound at every turn. Numerous loop opportunities exist from 12.5 miles in length to 60 miles or more. Trails are open to all OHV users from motorcycles to Jeeps. Junctions are clearly marked allowing easy navigation of the trail system.

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Map of Cricket Mountains Off-Highway Vehicle area (OHV) in the BLM Fillmore Field Office area in Utah. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).Cricket Mountains - OHV Trails

Map of Cricket Mountains Off-Highway Vehicle area (OHV) in the BLM Fillmore Field Office area in Utah. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

Map of Pahvant Valley Heritage Trail which includes Sunstone Knoll, Great Stone Face, Lace Curtain, Pahvant Butte, Devil's Curtain, Lava Tubes and Hole in the Rock. Located in the BLM Fillmore Field Office area in Utah. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).Pahvant Valley - Heritage Trail Map

Map of Pahvant Valley Heritage Trail which includes Sunstone Knoll, Great Stone Face, Lace Curtain, Pahvant Butte, Devil's Curtain, Lava Tubes and Hole in the Rock. Located in the BLM Fillmore Field Office area in Utah. Published by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

Cricket Mountains https://www.utahatvtrails.info/central/westdesert/cricket.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cricket_Mountains The Cricket Mountains are a 35-mile (56 km) long mountain range located in central-south Millard County, Utah on the east border of Sevier Lake, in the Great Basin Desert. From ridge tops to valley bottoms, ranchland to old mines, there is plenty to see when exploring the 129 miles of ATV trails. Great views abound at every turn. Numerous loop opportunities exist from 12.5 miles in length to 60 miles or more. Trails are open to all OHV users from motorcycles to Jeeps. Junctions are clearly marked allowing easy navigation of the trail system.

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