01/27/2012

Friday, January 27 2012 @ 09:48 AM MST

Contributed by: Mike Murray

As of 01/27/2012 the following conditions exist:

 

  - Chepta Lake - 3" to 32" in higher elevations.  Parking area has been pushed and sanded.

  - Paradise - 4" to 28" in higher elevations.  Parking area has been pushed and sanded.

  - Dry Fork - 6" to 30" in higher elevations.  Parking area has been pushed and sanded.

  - Taylor Mountain - Closed due to low snowfall.

  - East Park - 4" to 24" in higher elevations.  A temporary parking area exists along roadway.

  - East McKee - 3" to 18" in higher elevations.  Parking area has been pushed and sanded.

 

Currently all the trails have been groomed so favorable riding condtions exist.

 

We encourage you to obtain an avalnche advisory before venturing out into the backcountry.  Also be prepared with the appropriate gear and training.  If you have snowmobile riders under the age of 16, they need to take the snowmobile safety course, which is required by law.  The safety course can be taken at www.dtateparks.utah.gov.

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