Location Information

  • Triple S Polaris
  • 110 West 535 South, Cedar City, UT, 84720 US

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Schedule


5:00-9:00 PMThursday Night

BBQ and Registration at Triple S Polaris
Located: 110 West 535 South
Cedar City, Utah 84720


8:30 AMFriday

Staging at Trail Head (Location will be given in registration packet)
At 9:00 AM Safety instructions and ride overview. Then proceed to the ride when the overview is complete.


6:00 PMFriday Night Ride

Staging at Trail Head (Location will be given in registration packet)
At 6:30 PM Safety instructions and ride overview. Then proceed to the ride when the overview is complete.


8:30 AMSaturday

Staging at Trail Head (Location will be given in registration packet)
At 9:00 AM Safety instructions and ride overview. Then proceed to the ride when the overview is complete.


7:00 PMSaturday Night

Food, Music, and Activities at Triple S Polaris
Located: 110 West 535 South
Cedar City, Utah 84720


Registration

Registration includes: Shirt, Hat, Raffle Ticket and Swag Bag.

  • Registration Fee
    T-Shirt
    Swag Bag
    Raffle Tickets

  • T-shirt
    Swag Bag
    Raffle Ticket

  • T-shirt
    Swag Bag
    Raffle Ticket

  • T-shirt
    Swag Bag
    Raffle Ticket

Trails

Pick one Ride for Friday and one ride for Saturday. There is a optional Night Ride Friday. Pick attending or not.

  • Length 75 Miles
    Advance Trail / Timed Rally
    Get ready for an exhilarating adventure as you embark on this thrilling ride! Brace yourself for timed sections that will push your riding skills to the limit. With three challenging sections, you'll have the opportunity to showcase your prowess. However, don't worry if you prefer a more leisurely pace, as participation in the timed sections is entirely optional. Join us for a heart-pounding and enjoyable experience on this fast-paced journey!

  • Length 55 Miles
    Intermediate/Advance Trail
    It travels along the Coyote Bench road, leading to the Fremont Canyon road, and further on to Cottonwood Creek. Progressing southward along Cottonwood Creek, it traces the gas pipeline road to reach the summit of Oak Basin Ridge. The trail then proceeds along the ridge to intersect with the power line road, continuing towards the Buckskin Valley north road. Moving southward, it reaches SR 20, crosses the highway, and follows the Buckskin county road, ascending over Showalter Mountain to reach Lower Bear Valley. Continuing along the county road to the south, it leads to the Cottonwood Creek road, heads west to the junction of Buckskin Road, and then turns north towards Buckskin Valley. The trail persists northward along the west side of the valley, crossing SR 20. It descends down Anderson Peak to the west and eventually returns to the parking area.

  • Length 72 Miles
    Intermediate/Novice Trail
    The Steamboat trail commences at the historic railroad town of Beryl, proceeding westward to Wilson Canyon. It then meanders through the wild horse view area before reaching Spanish George Springs. Continuing its course, the trail heads north to intersect with the Arrow Head county road, followed by an eastward journey to the old Skoguard Mine. Heading south, it passes by the Bob LeRoy Peak, then proceeds to Bible Springs before circling back to Beryl. Along the way, riders can enjoy sightings of wild horses.

  • Length 5 Miles
    Expert Trail Only / Rock Crawling
    Welcome to an advanced trail for the experts! To conquer this challenging terrain, your vehicle must be equipped with a lift and 35-inch tires. Please note that there is a significant risk of vehicle damage on this trail. Therefore, before embarking on this adventure, we kindly ask you to sign a waiver and obtain vehicle approval. (Trail ride will be 4 - 6 hours)

  • Length 56 Miles
    Intermediate/Advance Trail
    The route follows SR 56 leading to the Gold Springs county road, crossing the Nevada state line, and reaching the old ghost town of Fay. Moving northward, it re-enters Utah just east of Government Peak, descending through Ophir Basin to reach the old Ophir Mine. Continuing its northern course, the trail takes you to the old fire scar, providing opportunities to spot wild horses. The trail then turns eastward, passing through the old ghost town of Stateline, and follows the county road back to Modena.

  • Length 75 Miles
    Advance Trail
    Get ready for an exhilarating adventure as you embark on this thrilling ride! Brace yourself for timed sections that will push your riding skills to the limit. With three challenging sections, you'll have the opportunity to showcase your prowess. However, don't worry if you prefer a more leisurely pace, as participation in the timed sections is entirely optional. Join us for a heart-pounding and enjoyable experience on this fast-paced journey!

  • Length 55 Miles
    Intermediate/Advance Trail
    It travels along the Coyote Bench road, leading to the Fremont Canyon road, and further on to Cottonwood Creek. Progressing southward along Cottonwood Creek, it traces the gas pipeline road to reach the summit of Oak Basin Ridge. The trail then proceeds along the ridge to intersect with the power line road, continuing towards the Buckskin Valley north road. Moving southward, it reaches SR 20, crosses the highway, and follows the Buckskin county road, ascending over Showalter Mountain to reach Lower Bear Valley. Continuing along the county road to the south, it leads to the Cottonwood Creek road, heads west to the junction of Buckskin Road, and then turns north towards Buckskin Valley. The trail persists northward along the west side of the valley, crossing SR 20. It descends down Anderson Peak to the west and eventually returns to the parking area.

  • Length 72 Miles
    Intermediate/Novice Trail
    The Steamboat trail commences at the historic railroad town of Beryl, proceeding westward to Wilson Canyon. It then meanders through the wild horse view area before reaching Spanish George Springs. Continuing its course, the trail heads north to intersect with the Arrow Head county road, followed by an eastward journey to the old Skoguard Mine. Heading south, it passes by the Bob LeRoy Peak, then proceeds to Bible Springs before circling back to Beryl. Along the way, riders can enjoy sightings of wild horses.

  • Length 5 Miles
    Expert Trail Only / Rock Crawling
    Welcome to an advanced trail for the experts! To conquer this challenging terrain, your vehicle must be equipped with a lift and 35-inch tires. Please note that there is a significant risk of vehicle damage on this trail. Therefore, before embarking on this adventure, we kindly ask you to sign a waiver and obtain vehicle approval. (Trail ride will be 4 - 6 hours)

  • Length 56 Miles
    Intermediate/Advance Trail
    The route follows SR 56 leading to the Gold Springs county road, crossing the Nevada state line, and reaching the old ghost town of Fay. Moving northward, it re-enters Utah just east of Government Peak, descending through Ophir Basin to reach the old Ophir Mine. Continuing its northern course, the trail takes you to the old fire scar, providing opportunities to spot wild horses. The trail then turns eastward, passing through the old ghost town of Stateline, and follows the county road back to Modena.

  • Length 45 Miles
    Novice Trail

Experience an extra ride on the evening of Friday, June 14th, starting at 6pm. This unique opportunity is limited to one night only, and with only 20 spots available, they are expected to fill up quickly. Make sure to sign up before all spots are taken to secure your place. In the event that all spots are filled, a waitlist will be created. Don't miss out on this thrilling adventure!

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Additional Merchandise

  • Hat

    Hat

    $20.00 ea.

  • T-Shirt

    T-Shirt

    Please note Shirt Size below

    $25.00 ea.

Liability Waiver Agreement
By registering for the Iron Off Road Rally Event, I hereby agree that there are inherent dangers
while riding ATV/OHV's. The Iron Off Road Rally, Triple S Polaris, Cedar City Area Chamber of
Commerce, Iron County, Bureau of Land Management, Forest Service, Iron Springs Adventure
Resort, sponsors, guides, it's officers, employees, medical staff, volunteers and supporters or
anyone else who helped organize this event, will not be held responsible or liable for any
mishaps or accidents that take place during the rally. The above will also not be responsible for
personal property loss or damage. I understand that I am responsible for my safety
and well-being and any others in my care.
I understand that this is a guided ride event and I agree to the following guidelines:
1. Participants provide their own off highway vehicle.
2. Riders will take care of their own food and non-alcoholic beverages for the trip.
Suggested essentials are to bring plenty of water, include sun protection, and layered
clothing in case of changing weather circumstances.
3. Each participant must choose a trail ride that matches their skill level as well as their
machines abilities.
4. It is essential that participants stay on the designated routes, and that basic rules are
followed.
5. All OHVs must be equipped with the following:
a. At least one headlamp
b. At least one red tail lamp
c. Functioning braking system
d. Spark arrester
e. Muffler
f. Current registration sticker
6. OHV operators must have liability insurance coverage
7. Utah law requires youth, ages 8 to 15 (or until they get their state-issued driver
license), to complete a Utah Division of Parks and Recreation off-highway vehicle (OHV)
course before operating on public lands, roads or trails. It is illegal for any child under
the age of 8 to operate an OHV on any public land.
8. For the safety and comfort of all riders, participants will follow a guide who will assist
the group in determining and maintaining a safe and comfortable speed and will
determine the routes to be followed.
9. Each participant is required to follow the designated guide and follow all of their
trainings and guidelines.
10. Each rider will be responsible for the condition and operation of his or her own ATV/
UTV and related equipment, and of his or her own safety and protective gear, and that
of those in his charge.
11. A valid driver's license is required to operate a vehicle at the rally.
Again, by registering for the Iron Off-road Rally, I agree to all the above and take full
responsibility for myself, and those I am registering for, as set forth in this waiver.



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