Casto Canyon is like a miniature Bryce Canyon. Spires of orange rock rise above you on the canyon walls, among pine and cedar. All except for 2 miles of fairly technical singletrack, the trail is an ATV path that’s easy to ride. But the many creek drips and turns will hold your interest while you gawk at the awesome spectacle of rock. The trail clears of snow in May.
Although it isn’t a technically challenging hike, this Utah ATV trail holds your interest with its looming stones, clear pines and cedar provides instant shade to hot and bothered ATV riders while holiday-goers can happily indulge in photo taking all along this Utah ATV trail. These orange walls were formed some 40 million years ago, folks, so, they’re here toyou’re your socks off. There are couple of dips, turns and climbs along this ATV trail where more experienced ATV riders might have to offer assistance to the less experienced ones but overall, it’s a pretty easy hike.
Located in The Red Rock Canyon Area of Utah