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Come and Ride Utah's beautiful Southern Utah ATV Trails

March 11-14, 2009

Hurricane, Utah

To register

http://www.atvutah.com/tristatejam/registration/index.htm

Registration is required no later than February 22, 2009 as to allow adequate time for planning activities, guides, meals, T-shirts, etc. Our BLM permit does limit the number of riders and we may reach that limit prior to February 22, 2009.

There are other events in the area at the same time, and most of the motels and RV parks were full prior to our registration deadline last year. Make your reservations as early as possible

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