The Freemont Trail in Utah is a great place to ride your new Jetmoto ATV. As with all Utah public lands. When you ride your Jetmoto here, your ATV must have a tag issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles displayed in a clearly visible place. A DOT approved helmet is also a requirement to ride on these lands. Since much of the trail is dense foliaged, shin protecting boots are smart choices as well. A branch slapping back from the ATVer in front of you, can really sting if you're not adequately protected.
Before hitting the ATV trail, do a pre-ride inspection of your Jetmoto and then you're ready to go explore the Fremont Trail! This is a large riding area that has over 50 miles of ATV trails between the Tropic Reservoir on the Paunsaugunt Plateau to where it connects to the Paiute Trail in Circleville, Utah. Although the trail is on existing roads, it gets more rugged and remote as it crosses the Limekiln, Sanford, and Smith drainages. If you are a newer or inexperienced ATVer, don't cross the drainages as the difficulty may be beyond your present riding skills.
This is a very photogenic route to take on your Jetmoto. There are red red rock cliffs, and wind your way through ponderosa pine forests - bring your camera along for this trail ride. The elevations on this trail range from 7880 feet at Tropic Reservoir to 9030 feet at Smith Canyon and dropping to 6080 in Circleville.
Do get a map from the ranger's station before you ride so you can you're your route and keep in mind, everyone's riding skills so all members in your group can have a great time riding the Fremont ATV Trail.