Grooming Report 03/22/13

Hi. This is Jeff Steele your Assistant Trail Grooming Coordinator for the Uintah Basin snowmobiling complex.

As of 03/22/2013, Taylor Mountain to Dry Fork and the Red Cloud Loop were last groomed on 03/13/13.  Snow conditions are deteriorating very quickly.  Due to the snow conditions grooming operations have been suspended for the season.  Lets all hope for a better snow season next year. 

- Chepeta Lake - 4 +  inches inches in higher elevations
- Paradise Lake - 4 +  inches in higher elevations
- Dry Fork - 8 +  inches in higher elevations
- Taylor Mountain - 2 + inches in higher elevations
- East Park - 3 + inches in higher elevations
- East McKee - 3 + 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



Trackback URL for this entry:

No trackback comments for this entry.


The following comments are owned by whomever posted them. This site is not responsible for what they say.
Authored by: Anonymous User on Wednesday, December 07 2016 @ 07:23 PM MST Grooming Report 03/22/13
Dog collars are available in a variety of styles, sizes and colors. You will certainly find a look that fits your dear pet. Generally there are three types, the standard type, training and electric type. Standard type is for most pets, because it is really everyday use. These are usually used to walk the dog and are made of durable materials. Dog training collar type is used when training, easy to train dog to facilitate the curb bad behavior. The electric-type collar has built-in electronics to stop or stop the dog from performing certain behaviors. It will give the dog a slight electric shock, so that dogs do know the current thing is wrong. Of course, the electric collar is just added, there are still some ways that you can control the action of the dog.