Cricket Mountain OHV Route 1

Total Miles


1,722.60 ft


4 Hours

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Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter

Trail Overview

The Cricket Mountains OHV Trails provide approximately 129 miles of trails, ranging from easy to difficult. There are 12 designated routes within the Cricket Mountain ATV riding area. All routes within the trail network are marked with standard BLM trail designation signs. Route 1 is a 59.6-mile loop trail rated 3 of 10 located in Millard County, Utah. Route 1 is the outside perimeter of the trail system and is 59.6 miles long and considered easy by the BLM. It can be accessed from any of the trailheads and connects to all other trails within the network. Much of the trail is two-track with only minor sections being single-track. The trail offers views of the Cricket Mountains inside the loop, the Pavant Range to the east, and the Sevier dry lake bed to the west. Remember to leave gates as you found them. There is gas, food, water, and lodging in Delta, UT, but on the trail system, there are no services. Be prepared with food, water, and fuel. There is no cell service in much of the area, so bring a map and don't rely on your phone.

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Cricket Mountain OHV Route 1
Cricket Mountain OHV Route 1
Cricket Mountain OHV Route 1


Trail consisting of loose rocks, dirt, and sand with some slickrock surfaces, mud holes possible, no steps higher than 12". 4WD may be required, aggressive tires a plus.


The Cricket Mountains OHV trails are located in Millard County Utah and several Trailheads with good parking areas located on Utah Hwy 257 between Delta Utah and Milford Utah. There are approximately 120 miles of trails and gravel roads in this trail system. There are four trailheads along Highway 257. Trailhead access is located at Johnson Pass at mile post 53, Little Sage Valley at mile post 39, Cedar Pass at mile post 28 and at milepost 23. Trailhead at mile marker 23 is suitable for vehicles with trailers, other trailheads do not seem well suited to large vehicles due to limited space to turn around or park off of the road. The Cricket Mountain OHV trails passing through mountainous terrain, pinyon-juniper forests and valley floor, these trails range from easy to difficult, and are sure to please all experience levels.

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Access Description

From Delta, Utah west on US 50/6 for approximately 6 miles to the turnoff to SR 257 and 16 miles south will bring you to mile 53 the first of four access points to the trail network.

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