Trails in Daggett County
Hiking and Biking Trails
You'll discover a wealth of interesting rides and hikes in Flaming Gorge - from the high Uinta Mountains to the vast red desert of Wyoming - many of these uncrowded scenic trails are available year-round.
The hiking and biking routes described below range in difficulty from "easy" to "advanced." All traverse the scenic high desert landscapes and mountainous backcountry of Northeastern Utah. At higher elevations air temperatures remain cool, even through the hottest part of the summer. Backcountry trail users are advised to consult supplemental topographical maps and/or contact the U.S. Forest Service District Office and/or BLM office for trail conditions, weather forecasts, hunt schedules and other pertinent information.
The Dinosaurland Travel Board also has maps and information
for Hiking and Biking Trails in the Flaming Gorge area.
Daggett County and Uintah County have been working with the Utah State Parks, U.S. Forest Service and BLM to develop new trails and better promote existing trails. The Outlaw Trail ( Page1
/ Page 2
) is an example of a trail that spans several governmental entities.