The 50-inch Can-Am Maverick Trail can go where no other Maverick ever could. Here are five trails where you can take full advantage of this machine.
Getting into the world of off-road has been made so much easier in the last few years and taking a friend or loved one along has never been simpler. When Can-Am released the Maverick Trail just last year there was a new player in the 50-inch wide trail market. This little adventurer has everything needed to get out into the wild woods – you just have to figure out the best places to ride.
Most 50-inch restricted trails are marked for ATV and Side-by-Sides, but some may only be ATV friendly. If there are legal trails in a forest, then the forest will have an MTP or motorized travel plan which notes trail restrictions that should be kept current if everyone at the .GOV level is doing their job correctly. It is up to you to do your due diligence, but out of the many available ride locations we have dug up five great destinations that the new Can-Am Maverick Trail will be well received!
Arapeen Trails – Central Utah
Patton Trail Duck Fork is located in the Arapeen central Utah trail system and is labeled as a moderate difficulty level with several places being restricted to the 50-inch machines. There are between 27-37 miles of trails leading the adventurer up around the Middle and North Fork Canyons while the higher section of this trail system glides past both the cove and Duck Fork Reservoirs. Click here for more information.
Fairview, Utah OHV Trail
North Skyline Fish Creek is a stretch of over 55 miles on easy gravel roadbed and is perfect for the driver or passenger who might be taking their first trip into the world of the Maverick Trail. The scenic trail jumps into over 9,000 feet of elevation and is open from June until October. Click here for more information.
Down East Sunrise Trail – Maine
Maine’s department of transportation as well as its department of conservation have come together to form this unique trail system. The Down East Sunrise trail takes adventurers through scenic points of interest like the Bad Little Falls, Down East Gardens and is comprised of gravel packed rail beds and wooden train Trussell crossings. The system includes approximately 85 miles of trail and the longest section of the East Coast Greenway. Click here for more information.
White Sulphur OHV – Daniel Boone National Forest – Kentucky
Getting away and into the wilderness is completely possible in the Daniel Boone National Forest. The trails here in the Cumberland Ranger district are vast and this is an epic place for adventure. With hundreds of miles of remote trail, some restricted to only 50-inch machines, this would make a great place for the Can-Am Maverick Trail. The trail is located in moderately rugged terrain and mostly made up of hard-packed gravel. Click here for more information.
Wayehutta Trail System – North Carolina
Located in western North Carolina in the Nantahala National Forest, this large area has over 28 miles of marked trails for the off-road enthusiast. There are many bridge crossings, inside a dense forest filled with beautiful vegetation and a scenic waterfall. Trails range from easy to difficult with some sections being very rocky and challenging. Even though these trails allow a max width of 62 inches, the Maverick Trail is bound to be a fun ride here! Click here for more information.