Fallen Tree Gulch (FS#40634)

Total Miles


2,358.19 ft


1 Hours

Technical Rating



Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Fallen Tree Gulch goes west from Old Hwy 89 just north of Junction, UT, ascending to 7700+ feet in the Fishlake National Forest. It begins as a grave, sandy wash with few obstacles. As you move up through the gulch, you encounter some rock obstacles to navigate, none of which are very difficult, but they do require good ground clearance. The scenery is beautiful in this gulch. After a heavy summer rain, there may be water coming down the wash. It could become a flood scenario, but when we were here in late June it was dry. There was evidence in the gulch of water eroding the trail in places, creating ditches through the wash. After exiting the gulch at the top, the trail goes across the hillside to an old mining site. At one point of the gulch, a tree had fallen across the trail, and we had to move it to get by. A winch, a tow rope, and a saw made quick work of the obstacle. The gulch was wide enough for our 72" 4-seater SXS. Don't forget, to off-road in UT you need to have the online education course certificate as well as the OHV sticker.

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Fallen Tree Gulch (FS#40634)
Fallen Tree Gulch (FS#40634)
Fallen Tree Gulch (FS#40634)


No water crossings in late June, but earlier in the spring or after a rain, it's a possibility here. Obstacles are navigable.

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Access Description

From Marysvale, take the Old Hwy 89 road, which is paved, west from Hwy 89 just south of Lizzie & Charlie's RV Park. It runs south to South Thompsonville Road. Go left on South Thompsonville and follow it to Marysvale to Piute Reservoir Dam Trail, which is also Old Hwy 89. Go south on Old Hwy 89 (Piute Reservoir Dam Trail) until you reach this trail.

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