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Pony Express Trail National Back Country Byway


Pony Express Trail National Back Country Byway
Dog-Friendly Attractions
BLM, 2370 South 2300 W
Salt Lake City,
Utah 84119
801-977-4300


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There are several ways to enjoy this part of the historic Pony Express trail in Utah that runs for about 133 miles, including by auto, hiking, biking, or horseback. This was also the route used for the Overland Stage Company, and incorporates a piece of the Lincoln Highway-the nation's first coast to coast auto road. A good place to stop on your travels is the visitor information site located 1.8 miles west of Faust Junction. There are a number of interpretation sites along the way and the tour begins at Lehi on Highway 73, south of Salt Lake and proceeds west to Ibapah. Local guides/brochures are usually available at each trail site. The byway should be a passable gravel road most of the time, except when unstable due to rain or snow. There are no facilities on this back road, so bring plenty of gas (if auto), water, and food. Dogs are allowed on this trail. They request that animals (or people) do no digging. If your dog is under voice control, they may be off lead except when in populated areas, and please clean up after your pet.





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