Scenic Views of the Arapeen OHV Trail in Utah
Riding the Utah Arapeen OHV Trail near Fairview and Mt. Pleasant, Utah. The Arapeen Trail is open to off-highway vehicles of all sizes, Jeeps, Side-by-Sides, ATV's, and dirt bikes. The Arapeen OHV Trails is named after the infamous Chief Arapeen of the 19th Century and consists of over 550 miles of trail.
The best time to ride the #ArapeenTrail is July thru September. The Arapeen Trail is perhaps one of the best high-mountain trails in the USA. Activities along the Arapeen OHV Trail include: fishing in mountain lakes, hiking mountain peaks, geocaching, wildlife viewing, and sightseeing.
The towns near the Arapeen Trail are OHV friendly, which means you can ride your machine right from your motel to the trails- no need to trailer.
To request a free #ArapeenTrailMap, visit: The map highlights various 1-day ride suggestions, as well as overnight ride recommendations. There is a ride for every style of rider from easy to difficult.
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Ep. 30: Top 10 RV Websites | RV camping tips and tricks how-to | Grand Adventure
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Antelope Canyon, Arizona, USA in 4K (Ultra HD)
Antelope Canyon is the most photographed slot canyon in the world. It is located on Navajo land near Page, Arizona, and managed by Lake Powell Navajo Tribal Park.
In the video: Lower Antelope Canyon and Upper Antelope Canyon.
Recorded October 2016 in 4K (Ultra HD) with Sony AX100 and Sony a6300.
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56-10/1989 Navajo Nation to Blanding UT, Hwy 191
Special Presentation of Good Old Days RV Travels with Ma & Pa, featuring video travels of the 80's & 90's and how it was back then in days gone by. This video was taken 10/1989 of US-191 entering Utah on Navajo Nation land and crosses mostly desolate parts of the state to Blanding camping) and beyond. Overall the highway nears the 10,000-foot (3,000 m) level in 2 places in Utah, over Indian Summit near Price and again while crossing the Uintah Mountains near Vernal. US-191 directly or indirectly serves a number of parks in eastern Utah: Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Hovenweep National Monument, Natural Bridges National Monument, Capitol Reef National Park, Canyonlands National Park, Arches National Park, Dead Horse Point State Park, Dinosaur National Monument, and Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area. US-191 forms part of the Trail of the Ancients. The state has designated the portion from Helper to Duchesne as the Indian Canyon Scenic Byway, a Utah Scenic Byway.
Kane Creek Trail on RZR 1000cc
Kane Creek Trail on RZR 1000cc
-Ride through upper Kane Creek Trail near Moab, UT. May, 2016. Filmed using my gopro hero 2 attached to the roll cage of the Polaris RZR using a roll bar mount. I apologize for how shaky the camera is from the vibration of the UTV. Kane Creek trail is a great way to see some awesome scenery, wind caves, and rock paintings. Trail difficulty level for the upper trail is much easier than many other trails in the area and I would recommend doing it before tackling other more difficult trails.
May 21. 2014, highway 163, Utah
This is The Monument Valley highway 163 about 8 miles South of Mexican Hat, Utah. This is also the famous view...where Forrest Gump quit running.