Bureau of Land Management, Utah.
The Hog Canyon OHV Trail System is a network of technical motorized trails north of Kanab, UT offering OHV enthusiasts roughly 30 miles of trails through spectacular terrain ranging from easy sand to extreme rock crawling.
The Hog Canyon OHV trails navigate steep inclines, rocky surfaces, narrow passages, and deep sand and are suitable for four-wheel-drive vehicles, ATVs, UTVs, dirtbikes, and other off-highway vehicles. They are not recommended for street or two-wheel-drive vehicles. Hiking, biking, and equestrian use of the trails is allowed, but non-motorized users should exercise situational awareness as motorized users may not expect to encounter other user groups.
The trail system is primarily accessed by trailheads located on its eastern and western entrances. The western trailhead includes a staging area and an informational kiosk. The eastern trailhead includes an informational kiosk but no other amenities. Riders arriving from the east generally stage vehicles at the Crocodile Staging Area.
To the western trailhead: From the Kanab Visitor Center (BLM) in Kanab, UT, turn right onto Highway 89. Take Highway 89 through Kanab and continue as it heads north. After 3.8 miles, turn right onto BLMHC1. Continue straight through the private land and up the hill to the Hog Canyon OHV Trail System western kiosk and staging area.To the eastern kiosk: From the Kanab Visitor Center (BLM) in Kanab, UT, travel east on Highway 89 for 8.6 miles. Turn left onto Johnson Canyon Road. Follow Johnson Canyon Road for 7.8 miles before reaching the Crocodile Staging Area on the left-hand side of the road. To reach the kiosk, continue west from the staging area on BLM100 for roughly 3.9 miles. Turn left onto BLM104 and travel south for approximately 4 miles. Turn right onto BLMHC1. The kiosk is immediately after the intersection.