Turkey Road to Lone Pine

Total Miles


2,167.71 ft



Technical Rating



Best Time

Spring, Summer, Fall

Trail Overview

When in St. George Utah this is a nice scenic loop that completes the Diamond Valley, Lone Pine-Cottonwood Loop train marked on the map. This ride is on maintained County, BLM and ranch dirt roads. You will need to take oiled roads to get to the starting points of this loop, the loop does travel through Diamond Valley which is a residential area. Slow down, quiet down, obey the laws and be a good UTV steward. Start of this loop is on the West Old Turkey Road that also runs through the Red Cliffs National Conservation Area. You can run this loop in either direction. There are some steep road grades on this trail but are manageable as long as there has been no snow or major rain in the area. Also you can choose to go back into St. George on the same route or turn East which will take you over to Leeds, UT. Remember you can always take the Loop backwards from where you started because the view is always different going the opposite direction!In Utah you must have a Street Legal ATV/UTV and Insurance coverage to drive on any roads that are under 60 MPH. You cannot ride on any Freeways. If your ATV/UTV is registered as Street Legal from out of the State of Utah you are still required to purchase a Utah State Off road Permit. This same rule applies to Arizona which also requires Street Legal (Any State) and an Arizona Off road Permit.

Photos of Turkey Road to Lone Pine

Turkey Road to Lone Pine
Turkey Road to Lone Pine
Turkey Road to Lone Pine


County, BLM and Ranch Roads, May be difficult if wet and muddy

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Status Reports

Cary Harper
Oct 15, 2023
Bill Woods
May 20, 2023
Mike Jacobs
Apr 08, 2023
2018 Chevrolet Colorado

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