Sand Hollow Trails

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The Sand Hollow Trails

is an incredibly beautiful, fun, and exciting area to ride.

Sand Mountain is an open riding area for ATV, UTV, Jeeps, and Dirt Bikes. The terrain is soft, sandy, and loaded with red dirt trails, sand whoops, washes, and several sand dunes up against the red cliffs. The Sand Mountain area is a large open riding area on top of the plateau. Sand Mountain provides 15,000 acres of perfectly sculpted dunes. At this location. You can experience a breath taking 360 degree view of Warner Valley, Sand Hollow, Quail Reservoir, Zion National Park, the Grand Canyon and St George. These trails offer some of the most scenic areas in the world. This is a must see if you are visiting the Southern Utah area!

A favorite destination for local off-highway vehicle (OHV) enthusiasts, Sand Mountain provides 15,000 acres of perfectly sculpted dunes. The red sand is an incredible backdrop for Sand Hollow reservoir. At nearly twice the size of nearby Quail Creek Reservoir, Sand Hollow offers boating and other water recreation in a spectacular setting.

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Sand Hollow State Park: Entrance fee to use this option.

Entrance through the town of Washington: This access is free.

Access through the town of Hurricane: This access is free.

Difficulty: All difficulty levels can be found on Sand Mountain due to several technical sections of slickrock sandstone.

Trailheads: There are three ways to access Sand Mountain. The first is through Sand Hollow State Park. Just enter the Park and drive your ATV through the “tunnel” and you’ll be playing on the dunes within minutes. Note: you must pay the Sand Hollow State Park entrance fee to use this option.

The second access is through the town of Washington, Utah. From Interstate 15, take Exit 10 and turn left on Telegraph, then right on Washington Field Road, then left on Washington Dam Road. Follow Washington Dam road until it turns to dirt. Drive up and over the only hill and at the bottom; you’ll be at the Washington Dam Trailhead. Look for the “Adopted by the Utah 4x4 Club” signs. Turn right and look for the steep, technical road that leads up onto the dunes. This access is free.

The third access is through the town of Hurricane, Utah. From Interstate 15, take exit 16 to Hurricane City. Turn right onto 700 West, and take another right onto 2060 South. The road turns to gravel. Travel 2.2 miles and turn right where the road forks onto Warner Valley road (there will be a sign). Follow this road up onto the dunes. This access is free.

Miles: Not applicable because the area is open to cross-country travel.

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