Kanab's Red Rock ATV Jamboree

Join us for the first annual Kanab Red Rock ATV Jamboree, where there are endless riding opportunities on the Anasazi Trail System in beautiful Southern Utah!

Join us for the first annual Kanab Red Rock ATV Jamboree, where there are endless riding opportunities on the Anasazi Trail System in beautiful Southern Utah! 

 

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(435)644-3696.

 

Kanab’s Red Rock ATV Jamboree will take place May 1-4, 2019 in the heart of Red Rock Country. Sign up today for 4 days of social breakfasts & dinners, 10-14 rides per day, swag bags, and a chance to win prizes at the end of the weekend all for only $100 per person. Kids  12 and under ride free, unless requesting a lunch, then they will need to be registered. If your child has their OHV Driver Cirtification and would like to drive thier own OHV they will need to register as a rider.

You will find yourself lost in the beauty of local hidden gems such as: Dinosaur Tracks, Native American Ruins & Writings, Sand Dunes, Slot Canyons, Scenic Vistas, Alcoves, and Historic Movie & Pioneer sites all along the Anasazi Trail System in Kane County. Each trail will be rated depending on skill level, so bring family & friends of all ages! There will be numerous OHV fun on our guided rides by the UT/AZ ATV Club in the Red Rock Canyons of Kane County, Utah. In the past, the UT/AZ ATV Club has hosted a fantastic Fun Run for riders all over the southwest, this year we are working togehter to bring the OHV community an amazing Jamboree in scenic Kanab, Utah. Check out the video below from previous ATV Fun Run hosted by the UT/AZ ATV Club. Please note that a pre-registration waiver is required for all drivers.

Join us Wednesday evening (May 1) for an ice cream social. Check in, pick up your swag bag, learn more about each days’ itineraries, and get to know other riders. Each morning meet up with the group for breakfast at Jacob Hamblin Park before your ride for the day, and each evening a delicious dinner for you and your crew.

You’ll want to stay longer or return to Kanab often to experience all that is offered in the region for OHV recreation. A day riding the Anasazi Trails will offer the solitude and grandeur of endless views and horizons void of crowds. You’ll often find yourself feeling as if you have the trails all to yourself, making your visit even more magical! Kanab is centrally located to three National Parks; Grand Canyon-North Rim, Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, 5 National Monuments, Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, Dixie National Forest, and our own Anasazi OHV Trail System. Find your magic in basecamp Kanab and join us for Kanab’s Red Rock ATV Jamboree!

 

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Kanab’s Red Rock ATV Jamboree 2019 Itinerary

 

Wednesday May 1st

– 6:00 pm Check-in and Ice Cream Social

Thursday May 2nd

– 6-7:30 am Breakfast at the Jacob Hamblin Park

– 8 am Early Departure Rides

– 8:30 am Rest of the Rides Depart

– 6 pm Sharp: Dutch Oven Dinner at the old Movie Fort (ATV Parade from Park to Fort through downtown Kanab)

Friday May 3rd

– 6-7:30 am Breakfast at the Jacob Hamblin Park

– 8 am Early Departure Rides

– 8:30 am Rest of the Rides Depart

– On your own after dinner. Please go out and support our sponsors!

Saturday May 4

– 6-7:30 am Breakfast at the Jacob Hamblin Park

– 8 am All Rides Depart

– 8 pm Dinner at the Jacob Hamblin Park. Prizes will be given at that time. Sack Lunches to take on your ride for each day are optional and participants must pay for their own lunch. Cost per day for each lunch is $10.00 and must be ordered in advance.

 

 

 

Kanab’s Red Rock ATV Jamboree Rides 2019

 

Island in the Sky

Advanced

8am Departure – Full Day Ride – 45 miles

Leave from Kanab and meet at Hog Canyon Trailhead. This moderate ride will take you to the Mansard petroglyphs. These petroglyphs are very large in size, unique, and are different than most seeing as they are on the ground vs high up on canyon walls. Watch where you step so you may help us respect and protect these beautiful petroglyphs. You may explore, as well as take in the incredible scenic views of surrounding Kanab. Return to Kanab by way of Sheep Spring and Ram Spring. Then take a quick jaunt over to the TV towers for another spectacular view of Kanab, then back to Kanab to end your ride.

**No trailering necessary, ATV’s and UTV’s are able to access bridge crossing at Kanab Creek, but no larger vehicles.**

Trail Map

 

Hoodoo Run

Easy

8am Departure – Full Day Ride – 45 miles

Start at Crocodile/Johnson Canyon staging area, hop on your ride and follow our guides to the Cowboy Cave Petroglyphs, then we’ll circle around to the Red Pinnacles. Cutler Point is a sight to see! Then, we’ll explore Brown Canyon and the amazing Hoodoos! Next, we’ll cross John R Flat to the left hand fork of Hog Canyon to take in the sights at Weigh Station Point. On the ride back to the Crocodile/Johnson Canyon trailhead we will stop and see some Native American Waterglyphs. Learn about these incredible Native American Waterglyphs and why they were key to Native American survival in the Southwest.

 

Peekaboo

Easy

8am Departure – Full Day – 40 miles

Join us at the Peekaboo Trailhead, 9 miles north of Kanab, for the start of this ride. You will start your trail off on a 2 track road and soon find yourself in tall Ponderosa Pine trees all leading to Peekaboo Slot Canyon. You will have the opportunity to hike the short .7 mile round trip hike through a 2-part slot canyon. While in Peekaboo, keep an eye out for the Moqui Steps carved into the sandstone from ancient ones before us. These and many other Moquie Steps in the area were created to help Native Americans climp into alcoves where they often had a grainery for storage. After your hike we will continue our ride to the White Tower for a short hike to some unique petroglyphs. Hop back on your OHV for another quick ride past the “Three Bears” (three white mesas). We will then continue on our way crossing Kanab Creek, then across to John R Flat and into Kanab Canyon. In Kanab Canyon you will get to explore the Underground Lake and Indian Ruins, listen to the folklore surrounding the Underground Lake and discover amazingly intact pit houses. Return through Best Friends Animal Sanctuary to the Peekaboo trailhead to end your ride.

Trail Map

 

Red Knoll

Beginner

8:30am Departure –  Full Day – 30+ miles

Meet at Peekaboo Trailhead, 9 miles north of Kanab, to start your ride. From Peekaboo Trailhead we will travel to the top of Red Knoll for a spectacular 360 view of Diana’s Throne, East Zion, and the White Cliffs. We will then continue our ride traveling on a 2-track sandy trail to Clay Flat, then over Harris Mountain with beautiful vistas down to Yellow Jacket Ranch. Then, continuing on another 2-track tail on our return to Peekaboo trailhead.

 

South Fork Indian Canyon

Moderate

8am Departure – Full Day – 45 miles

Start a Peekaboo Trailhead leaving on a 2-track sandy trail around Monument Knoll, over Harris Mountain to the Dry Lake Bed. We will continue our ride over the Sand Dunes to Lamb Springs. From Lamb Springs we will then continue to South Fork Indian Canyon. Explore beautiful pictographs at South Fork Indian Canyon, a 1 1/2 mile hike – round trip. We will then return to Peekaboo trailhead along a different scenic trail.

Trail Map

 

Shunesburg Maildrop

Moderate

8am Departure – Full Day – 40 miles

Start at Elephant Cove Trailhead to the Moccasin Mountain Dinosaur Track Site. These beautiful Dinosaur Tracks span across a large slick rock. Explore the long path of tracks while you visit. Then return to Elephant Cove trailhead for a ride to the south side of Elephant Butte as we pass Pine Springs. We will then continue to Goat Spring. Next, we will traverse the steps into Broad Hollow. The twisty, sandy trails are a blast to drive and riders will enjoy exceptional panoramic views of Zion National Park, the Blocks, Canaan Mountain, and Elephant Butte all along the trail. We will then continue to the Shunesburg Maildrop for a short walk to explore days gone by. While at the Maildrop, learn how our ancestors would deliver mail to the towns at the bottom of the mountain and take in views of the valley below. Return through Elephant Gap to Elephant Cove trailhead to end our ride for the day.

Trail Map

 

 Racetrack

Moderate

8:30am Departure – Full Day – 30 miles

Starting at Elephant Cove Trailhead we will travel over Harris Mountain to the Dry Lake Bed. We will then cross over the Sand Dunes. Feel free to “race” your friends and family as we traverse along the Sand Dunes. Join us as we explore around Dixie Knoll to the Moccasin Mountain Dinosaur Track Site. These beautiful Dinosaur Tracks span across a large slick rock. Explore the long path of tracks while you visit. After exploring the Dinosaur Tracks we will make our way back to Elephant Cove Trailhead to end our ride.

Trail Map

 

Warriors Walk

Moderate

8am Departure – Full Day – 40 miles

Starting at Clay Flat Staging area we will ride over Harris Mountain to the Barracks Overlook to take in the views. Next, we will explore Warriors Walk – a long rock path on slick rock with seemingly no real destination – and how it came about. Take in the spectacular views of Zion National Park, and feel as if you are in the park itself. We will then continue our ride to Goat Spring and back to Harris Mountain and Yellow Jacket Road to explore the Red Knoll. After exploring Red Knoll we will then make our way back to Clay Flat staging area to end our ride.

Trail Map

 

Poverty

Advanced

8am Departure – Full Day – 30 miles

Join us for Breakfast at the Jacob Hamblin Park then follow our great guides 30 miles Northwest of Kanab to Zion Mountain Ranch Resort. Say hello to the buffalo as we pass by on our way to Poverty Staging Area. From the staging area we will begin to drop off through the beautiful White Cliffs with spectacular views of the Virgin River and Zion National Park. Travel on a 2-track road to the boundary of Zion National Park. Take in the views, and don’t forget your camera! There is much more to see on this ride, sign up now!

 

Button Cabin

Beginner

8am Departure – Full Day – 30 miles

Meet up at the Nephi Pasture Trailhead in Johnson Canyon 10 miles east of Kanab to begin your ride. Join us as we take scenic Nephi Pasture Trailhead to beautiful Inchworm Arch. Once at the arch feel free to explore and hike down a slight hill to view this double arch and take many photos. Continue through Nephi Pasture, up Snake Canyon, returning to the Trailhead via different scenic route.

Trail Map

 

Seaman Wash

Advanced

8am Departure – Full Day – 40 miles

Join us for breakfast at the Jacob Hamblin Park then follow our great guides 20 miles east of Kanab to the Seaman Wash Staging Area. Traveling up Seaman Wash to a moderate sandy hill past Neiph Spring to Snake Canyon and continuing to Nephi Point. Our ride will continue down a rocky descent to Finn Little and then down to Jenny’s Clay Hole. Then, crossing back over to Seaman’s Wash Staging Area. All along the way this trail you will be able to take in the scenic views of the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument and the White Cliffs. Bring your camera for some great photos!

Trail Map

 

Rad Ride – Savage Point

Extreme – Experienced Riders Only

8am Departure – Full Day – 30 miles

Leave from the Jacob Hamblin Park to Hog Canyon Trailhead. Join us as we start our Rad Ride up to the City View Overlook in Hog Canyon Trail System. From City View Overlook we will go over to the White Pinnacles across a 2-track trail to the “Big Hill”, down the Mosdell and then to Savage Point. Return to Hog Canyon trailhead by way of the T.V. Towers for yet another spectacular view of Kanab.

**No trailering necessary, ATV’s and UTV’s are able to access bridge crossing at Kanab Creek, but no larger vehicles. Experienced Riders Only!!**