Lehi | Utah | Five mile Pass Trail System

15 miles west of Lehi on Utah/Tooele County Boarder Highway 73, UT

Region:  Northern

Trailhead Location:  Approximtely 15 miles west of Lehi

Trail Mileage:  50 miles +/-

Riding Difficulty:  Caters to all rider experience

Temperature Range:  0 – 100+ Depending on season

Trail Description

Five Mile Pass has numerous atv trails to ride and is great place for winter atv riding when many of the trails are under snow in other areas. The Trail head sits on the north side of highway 73, however there is a small area to the south as well. The actual Five Mile Pass area is BLM land, but there are many different paths that can take you to private ground so be careful and be sure to stay out of these areas. There are also areas further west that you can unload that provide some relief from the bustling traffic caused by good weather.
The trail system caters to all levels, as you get closer to the mountains the riding difficulty increases quickly. The shale rock can be slippery especially after it rains. Be sure to bring plenty of water when you go, as this trail tends to heat up quickly in the later spring and early fall seasons.

Additional Trail Information

Elevation High: 4000

Elevation Low: 5000

Terrain: Desert

Vegetation: Sagebrush, Cactus, Slate rock,

Best Travel Season: Spring, Fall

Map Availability: Avaialable through BLM

Breakfast Joint: LehiBase Camp: Lehi

Luxury Lodge: Provo

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