The Bureau of Land Management and Utah County Sheriff’s Office are urging caution to off-road motorists after several weekend incidents in Tooele County sent various recreators to the hospital and left one dead.
None of the report I have read have given specific details, but I believe they are both sxs's and people not wearing helmets.
I can see it as the opposite, too. Too many people are too broke to travel, and many people just getting back to work, and trying to play catch up.Speaking of crowding at OHV areas, I saw an article yesterday that Sand Hollow was closed yesterday after being totally over run with vehicles and people. Folks were parking on the highway, others were driving over fences to get access, it was totally overwhelmed. It sounds like Moab is preparing to re-open soon as well, I'd imagine the town and trails are going to suffer a similar fate... over ran by all the people trying to make up for being forced to stay home the last several weeks.
I hate to say it, but I think the most popular destinations are going to be this way for awhile. It's going to be hard to get away from the crowds this Spring/Summer.
I can see it as the opposite, too. Too many people are too broke to travel, and many people just getting back to work, and trying to play catch up.