Six Patch Draw (FS 41234)

Total Miles
1.5

Elevation

2,750.55 ft

Duration

0.5 Hours

Technical Rating

2

Easy

Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

Six Patch Draw runs basically north and south across the Sevier Plateau in the Fishlake National Forest. It connects on the north end with the Paiute ATV Trail Dry Creek Monroe Mountains Loop. That is marked as a 50-inch trail, but it is full width between the north end of this trail and FS 41181, which is also full width. The 50-inch trail may be truly only for 50-inch vehicles in other places, but here it accommodates 72-inch SXSs. On the south end, Six Patch Draw drops out onto another full-width trail called Dry Creek-Box Creek Interconnect. This is an easy trail to get away from the crowds, the traffic, and the dust on the main Paiute trails. It's a nice place to picnic or camp and a good location for seeing elk and deer, especially in the early morning or late afternoon. The trail has minimal erosion, and the rocks are 12 inches or less and completely manageable if you have good ground clearance.

Photos of Six Patch Draw (FS 41234)

Six Patch Draw (FS 41234)
Six Patch Draw (FS 41234)
Six Patch Draw (FS 41234)

Difficulty

There is minimal erosion and the rocks are not difficult to manage.

Technical Rating

2

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