Easy, Medium, and Hard: The 3 Top Places to Off-Road in Utah in Your New Jeep Wrangler

Utah has some of the best 4×4 driving in the USA. Here are the 3 top places to off-Road in Utah in a Jeep Wrangler from easiest to hardest.

By Eric Openshaw on April 29, 2019

This article about top places to off-road in Utah is sponsored by Ken Garff West Valley.


Looking to have some off-roading fun? Look no further than some of the best 4×4 driving trails in the state. There’s something for everyone from easy to hard. Here are the 3 top places to off-road in Utah in a Jeep Wrangler from easiest to hardest.

1. The Wasatch Skyline Trail – EASY

The Wasatch Skyline Trail is heavily trafficked. And it’s a 21.5-mile driving-only trail. However, you’re going to see some of the best views of the Salt Lake Valley. Even though this is the easiest on our list, don’t be fooled, some people have said they have gotten nervous on certain sections of it. In your Jeep Wrangler, you should have minimal if any problems though. Make sure to check out the amazing wildflowers and some of the best views in the state.

2. Chicken Corners Trail – MODERATE

 

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This trail located just outside of Moab, UT is one of the most perfect jeep trails out there. It’s great for someone who wants to get their hands a little dirty but won’t leave you feeling too overwhelmed. It’s 41.6 miles, and features some cool views of the Colorado River and Thelma and Louise Point (yes, from the movie).

3. The White Rim Trail – DIFFICULT

 

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It’s not that this trail is super hard. Although, even the most lifted trucks have been known to scrape their bottoms a little. But if you are nervous of heights, you probably want to avoid this trail? If you just laughed out loud, keep reading. This 98.8-mile trail will take you onto the edge of Canyonlands National Park with some of the best views of the incredible park that you will ever see. This is definitely the way to experience Canyonlands. And your new Jeep Wrangler will be your best friend on this trail.

Find Some Places to Off-Road in Your New Jeep Wrangler

You’re going to need a brand new Jeep Wrangler to do all these adventures. Ken Garff West Valley has over 150 Jeep Wranglers in stock starting at $28,499 -or- lease for $199 per month with $0 down payment. And for the first time, you can get $500 bonus cash and no payments for 90 adventure-fueled days when you buy at Utah’s #1 Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram FIAT dealer.

To test drive the Jeep Wrangler of your dreams, head to Ken Garff Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram Fiat in West Valley.