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Latest Newsletter

Spring 2021 (pdf)

From, Flathead National Forest

The 10 mile Blacktail Wild Bill ORV trail system has three legs. One begins off of Blacktail Mt. Road on Road #917a and intersects with the other two trails which begin off of Truman Creek Rd #213 and from the trailhead on Road #2990. The trail is open for the following uses: 3 or 4 wheeled vehicles, 2 wheeled vehicles, mountain biking, horseback riding, and hiking.Blacktail.

This 30,000-acre area is located approximately 15 miles east of Butte and just north of I-90. It is a popular area for motorcycle and ATV riding enthusiasts. Mountain bikers also use the trails. There are between 75 to 100 miles of managed riding trails.  Each trail is marked with difficulty level and what vehicles are allowed on the trails. Most of the trails are open to dirtbikes, ATVs, and ROVs (side by sides) smaller than 50 inches. Facilites include restrooms and loading ramps available at “Four Corners” along Delmoe Lake Road. Parking is available at the Pipestone Trailhead, at Four Corners, and at Whiskey Gulch Trailhead.

From Utah State Parks

Utah State Parks officials recently released a new map that shows 30 off-highway vehicle trails throughout Utah. The interactive map displays several 40-mile round trip trails that offer a good day trip, according to a Utah State Park news release. Many of the trails are loops or can link with other trails for longer, multi-day rides.

by Erin Proctor, OHV Program Manager, Montana State Parks

Ride: Oil Well Road Trail to Pika Point