This loop was designed for an ATV
or a OHV only.
Some areas of ther trail can be
washed out due to weather. Be sure
to be aware of the conditions before
Make sure you have all the gear and
equipment that you will need. Wear a
helmet and other protective gear to
There is dispersed
camping areas along the
trail. All of these
campgrounds are very
limited and have no
services. Be sure to take all
your equipment up if you
plan to camp.
Both staging areas are located just off Teasdale Rd. on
the Bullberry Rd and the Donkey Reservoir Rd. Trail Type
ATV and OHV. The trail is well marked and usually
maintained by the state of Utah. Distance
Staging area to Donkey Reservoir is 6.8 miles. Difficulty Hard
Moderate-Difficult. Weather conditions can change
rapidly causing parts of the road to become
challenging and difficult for even the best ATV riders.
For the most part this trail is a maintained trail. Mostly it
consists of dirt with a few rocky parts.
Trail Coordinates / Points of Interest
Do it at your own pace
The trail head coordinates will give you a head start on taking time to
explore some part of the area.
Get a closer look
On this trail, you will see the largest
Ponderosa pine that has been
discovered in the Dixie National Forest.
This natural land mark and others add
to the appeal and beauty of this trial.
Take sometime to get off the ATV and
experience the beauty first hand.
Take in the views
There are several places to stop and
take in the incredible views.
This trail has absolutely incredible views. Be sure
to take the time to ride into Coleman Reservoir,
Round Lake, Donkey, and Left Hand Reservoir.