Connecting you to Utah's spectacular landscapes, one trail at a time.

Bringing you the Greatest Trails on earth™

MISSION

Trails Utah is dedicated to trails advocacy, planning, funding, and construction in needed areas throughout the state.

VISION

Trails Utah seeks to enhance the quality of life for Utah’s citizens, invigorate local economies, and provide sustainable outdoor recreation for residents and visitors to the state.

CURRENT PROJECTS

Upper Millcreek/Great Western Trail Connector

Rattlesnake
Gulch Trail

Great Western
Trail Revival

“Zoo-TO-U” Foothill Trails Renovation Project

ADVOCACY

TRAILS UTAH works for you, the trail user, to help create legally secure trail access, establish easements for reasonable trail alignments, and advocate for open space that can host trails and provide recreational access close to where we live and work.

We also work to:

DOING GOOD FOR YOUR TRAILS

ADVOCACY

Working with local and state government to maintain access and funds for sustainable trail infrastructure and usage.

CREATION

Taking on projects throughout the state to create and connect trail systems.

enhancement

Improving quality, access, and sustainability of Utah’s existing trail infrastructures.

FUNDING

Working to obtain and appropriately allocate the funds needed to move forward on a variety of trail projects in the state.

TRAILS UTAH BLOG

News

You Are Needed

WE NEED YOU!!!! Join Trails Utah and help us plan for and build the Greatest Trails on Earth right here in your backyard! We need

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Featured Trail

Featured Trail: Wire Mesa

Sitting amongst the desert mesas and vistas was a small and undeveloped mesa just above the town of Rockville in Utah’s Dixie. With the continual pressure of mountain biking in the region there was need for a new trail system here. For those that are looking for something a bit less technical than the classic Goosebury Mesa and yet more challenging than something like the JEM trail.

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