• Overview
  • Trip Outline
  • Trip Includes
  • Reviews
  • FAQ

This is a full day (8-10 hrs) multiple activity guided adventure. We will access the Paiute ATV Trail by trail 05 northeast of Beaver ascending to the north of Johnson Peak and reaching 9800 feet near Bakers peak. Then descend to Jimmy Reed trail head, crossing Hwy 153 and connecting with the trail 01 near Three Creeks Reservoir. This is where we will stop for lunch (included) and some rock climbing. Rock climbing will include basic instruction, knot safety , and a lot of fun. After lunch and climbing we will make our back to Beaver along the Paiute ATV trails.

Find the perfect machine to fit your needs, the machines we have in inventory can be found here

*All drivers of off-road vehicles are required to be 18+ years of age with a valid driver’s license. All passengers must be able to grasp handhold with their hands, plant feet firmly on the ground and have their back fully against the backrest. Helmets and eye protection are always required to be worn when the vehicle is being operated. Long pants, a long sleeve shirt and closed-toe shoes are highly recommended for a safe, comfortable ride.

8 A.M - Meet at T.H.A.T. Shop

8:30 - Depart T.H.A.T. Shop

1 P.M. - Arrive at Taylor's Crag/Lunch

1:30 P.M. - Climbing

3:30 P.M - Return to T.H.A.T Shop


  • Polaris RZR
  • Helmets/Goggles (for RZRs)
  • Lunch
  • Climbing Helmet
  • Climbing Harness
  • Climbing Shoes
  • Belay Devices
  • Snacks
  • Waters

There are no reviews yet.

Be the first to review “PIUTE ATV TRAIL: RIDE & CLIMB”

Yes as long as it meets the DOT requirement.

As a lot of our rides move through multiple climates and different elevations we recommend you bring and extra layer like a hoodie or jacket.
Sunscreen and water are other very important items to help you prevent sunburn and dehydration.
Eye protection is required for all rides, so bring sunglasses or googles.

*If you do not have any of these extras we have them available in our shop

We recommend that every rider wear long sleeves, long pants, and closed shoes. For proper protection from the elements.