There are many ways to get to Delta from Salt Lake City. You can
drive south on I-15 to Santaquin, then take Highway 6 west through
the town of Eureka on to Delta or take Redwood Road all the way to
Highway 6 going on the west side of Utah Lake. You can also go on
I-15 south to Nephi, then west on Highway 132, then south on Highway
6 to Delta. When you arrive at Delta, turn right onto Highway 50
and go west through town. Continue west on highway 50 for about 72
miles for the Cedar Hills Trailhead or go another 16 miles on
Highway 50 to the state boarder for the Snake Valley Trailhead. It
is then 11 miles to the Cedar Pass trailhead or 16 miles to the Red
Pass trailhead from the turn off of Highway 50. For the Snake
Valley trailhead it is 8 miles south on Highway 59 to Garrison, then
another 3 miles on Route 21 to Pruess Lake Trailhead or 14 miles to
Morman Gap Reservoir Trailhead. It is about 205 miles from Salt
In Delta there are groceries store, gas, food, RV Park, Hotel and
ATV Dealers. In Lynndly there is a gas station with many flavors of
ice cream. There is also water, food , lodging and gas at the
Boarder Inn at the Utah/Nevada Stateline.
There are many primitive camping spots along the road up to the
trailhead and beyond.
Nice trails through the mountains
and many loop trails. Routh D has some cool rock Formations,
Burbank Pass is the most Challenging ride. Most have great scenery
and good riding. Watch for wildlife. About 98 miles of trails.
Elevation 5,200 to 6,800
Leave all gate the way
you found them.
Most trails were signed.
This could be a fun area in the winter to ride.
Millard County (435) 864-4316
Millard County Travel
The closest medical Clinic is Central Valley
Medical Clinic in Nephi.
18 West 1500 N (435)623-3000
Millard County Sheriff (435) 864-2755 or (435)
Highway Patrol (435) 743-6653
BLM Office in Fillmore (435)743-3123
Best in spring and fall.
Mostly Beginner a few more difficult trails..