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2014 Paiute Trail Jamboree

Marysvale, Utah – Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, August 13-16, 2014

Registration is now open for you to register for this year’s Jamboree! As it has always been in the past, it is FREE to register. The last day to register will be July 28th.

If you want to purchase meals and T-Shirts please do so when you are registering as this gives us a count on how many T-Shirts to order and sizes. Also by ordering your meals on line the organizations that are preparing your meals are able to make sure they have enough food. You can register at the Jamboree and we will have some extra shirts and meals, but we cannot guarantee you a T-shirt or meals at registration.

As in the past this is going to be another exciting Jamboree with lots of great events and vendors, including Dinner on the Mountain again on Wednesday night that was such a huge success. You can pick up your registration packets on Wednesday and we will have a schedule up soon as to what time registration will start.

We will have a ride schedule and descriptions on the website soon as well. If you have any problems with your on-line registration, or just have any questions about the Jamboree event, please call Terri at 435-326-4404 and I will be glad to help you with it.

The Jamboree Committee would like to Thank You in advance for registering on-line to make the process quicker and easier for everyone.

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The Paiute ATV Trail
South-Central Utah’s 900+ mile Paiute ATV Trail System, a trail system with no beginning and no end, making it the largest in the nation! It passes through multiple towns and has side trails leading to others. Dirt Wheels magazine rated the Paiute ATV Trail as one of the top 10 trail systems in the country. It has been rated as one of the top 5 trails in the country by ATV Illustrated magazine. Many riders consider the Paiute Trial to be the TOP US trail system.
Exploring the Paiute ATV Trail
The Paiute ATV Trail system is designed to provide an enjoyable recreation ride through fantastic scenery. The trail system was formed by connecting old roads and trails crossing the Fishlake National Forest with intervening BLM-administered land. Multiple narrow sections of trail were constructed to complete the interconnecting #01 loop. The main #01 trail is 238 miles long, with over 800 miles of marked side trails and an estimated 1900+ miles of additional side forest roads and trails that are open to ATVs and other recreational vehicles thus making the Paiute ATV Trail System the largest in the country. 
The Paiute ATV Trail caters to relaxing and family-type riding. Riders along the trails enjoy the scenery and atmosphere of a deeply dense forest, as well as popular activities such as fishing or camping near the path. It is truly impossible to put in writing how people must feel as they sit on a ridge at 11,000 feet looking a hundred miles into the distance, or maneuver their machine through a dense forest on a four-foot-wide trail. The surge of joy and wonder when people see a free-roaming herd of deer or elk is hard to describe. While taking a break on a beautiful canyon trail, one would have to think, “It would be impossible to describe this place – you have to be here!”

Just the main loop of the #01 trail is estimated to take approximately 25 riding hours to complete – but that doesn’t leave much time for stopping or taking pictures. For comfort and full enjoyment of the trail, the time should be spread out over three to four days. However, riders choosing to explore the thousands of miles of marked and unmarked side forest roads and trails may find themselves riding for weeks.

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