ATV rentals Salt Lake City. Ooh, sounds exciting, doesn’t it? I thought so. ATV’s or All-Terrain Vehicles (also known as Quad Bikes) can make off roading a thrilling experience. It can also lead to seeing sights that you otherwise wouldn’t have normally seen. And there is lots to see in and around Wasatch, Salt Lake City. I’ve compiled a list of the top five outdoor activities that you don’t want to miss. So, get ready for an adventure, because this list is jam packed full!
1.The Wasatch Mountains
Visit Utah’s Rocky Mountains- Your ATV will take you up to the Canyon and right into the Wasatch Mountains. It’s a perfect opportunity to test out your budding photography skills, with plenty of wildlife – for those of you who like moose and deer – in the area.
There are many hiking trails through the Wasatch mountain ranges that you probably won’t pick just one. For example, there’s the Bonneville Shoreline Trail, just three blocks from the City Centre… how’s that for convenience? It’s even dog friendly!
Next there’s the Mill Creek Canyon, which is a local favorite with hikers, trail runners and mountain bikers. Again, it’s dog friendly. Which is great for the animal lover. At the end you’ll be rewarded with spectacular alpine views. I don’t think I’d want to leave, and I doubt you will either.
3.Just Retreat into the Wild
Enough said really. I mean why wouldn’t you want to just take the time to explore the designated wilderness areas? These areas provide the public with ample opportunities to enjoy the peace and quiet of the untamed and natural beauty of the landscape that hasn’t been touched by human hands. Simply breathtaking.
4.Check out the view of the Great Salt Lake
It’s not called Salt Lake City for nothing. And the best way to get a beautiful view of the Lake is by trekking out to Antelope Island State Park. In fact, you’ll probably want to add, visit Antelope Island State Park to the list as well. Because you don’t want to miss the abundance of wildlife.
5.Visit Antelope Island State Park
I had to include this one, just for the wildlife alone. There’s a 500-strong herd of bison in the area. Mule deer and pronghorn antelope (probably where the Island get’s its name) as well as coyotes and hares and a host of other mammals. It’s home to wetlands and is a reserve for waterfowl and various shorebirds during their migration seasons. It’s also home to more than 250 species of birds, year-round. It’s certainly a big draw card.
Personally, if I were to choose between unguided or guided tours when renting an ATV utah, I’d choose unguided because I feel it would be a more relaxed experience. You’d get to see the sites as you want to see them, through your own eyes, not through someone else’s, which would make for a much more enjoyable experience that will stay with you forever.