Grooming Update - January 18, 2013

As of January 18th, not much change in conditions from last report. There is still about four to five feet of snow on top with approximately two feet at the trailheads. The trails are in decent shape.  We had some difficulty with our sno-cat during this week so Monday’s run was aborted.  The avalanche warning for the Uinta’s area is low to moderate, but still make sure you are wearing a beacon. Ride safe and enjoy the snow.
You can find a copy of our grooming schedule on this website at which you can print.  Remember that most of our runs are done at night (Thursday run up Hwy 150 to Mirror Lake is done during the day); the sno-cat, however, may be on the trail at any time so ride under control and anticipate seeing it at any time.
Remember to always go out prepared. Bring survival and avalanche gear.  Check on the avalanche conditions by going to  Ride safe and we will see you on the trails!!!


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