Big Bend Ridge Trail
Ready for an easy-access ride with lots of cross trails? The Big Bend Ridge Trail is designed for off-highway vehicles that are 50-inches wide or less. It runs about 18 miles from the Hidden Reservoir Trail (5 miles long) on the north end to the Rattlesnake Trail on the south end. Along the route it intersects with the Sadorus Hill Trail (4 miles long) in the middle. It also crosses the July Creek Trail (4 miles long) on the northern end that connects to the South Antelope Flat road to the north. The trail opens for motorized use around mid-June and closes at the end of August. It's a simple loop through varied terrain, and is suitable for intermediate riders. For non-motorized use the trail is open year-round. The easiest access is off Highway 20 at the Rattlesnake Road 344.