As of 02/01/2013, Utah State Parks and Uintah County have come to an agreement for grooming operations on the complex. The snow cat has been delivered and turned over to Uintah County for grooming operations.
The following snow conditions exist: (snow conditions are pretty bad. Lets all hope for snow in the mountains and not the valleys)
- Chepeta Lake - 8 + inches inches in higher elevations
- Paradise Lake - 8 + inches in higher elevations
- Dry Fork - 9+ inches in higher elevations
- Taylor Mountain - 7 + inches in higher elevations
- East Fork - 7 + inches in higher elevations
- East McKee - 6 + inches in higher elevations
All parking lots at trailheads have been plowed .
We encourage you to obtain an avalanche 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.stateparks.utah.gov.
Utah Snowmobile Association