Grooming Report

Thursday, March 05 2015 @ 08:31 PM MST

Contributed by: Bear Lake State Park

Grooming Report

Thursday, March 05, 2015

The snow storm last Sunday Monday finally gave us some new snow to work with. There is 6 to 8 inches of new snow up high, but sill nothing at the parking lots.

We are moving to our scaled back groom runs now. The Sinks Trail on Wednesdays, Franklin Basin Trail Thursdays, Swan, Amazon, Beaver Creek on Fridays, and Amazon, Beaver Creek on Saturdays until we run out of snow or get more in the lower elevations to work with.

Trails groomed on:

Beaver Creek 3/3
Amazon 3/3
Franklin Basin 3/5
Tony Grove Done grooming this trail. Ran out of snow on the lower road
Swan Flat 3/3
Sinks 3/4
Temple The road is being plowed off by loggers – No grooming
Garden City Done grooming this trail.

Trails to be scheduled to groom on:

Beaver Creek 3/6 & 3/7
Amazon 3/6 & 3/7
Franklin Basin 3/12
Tony Grove Done
Swan Flat 2/6
Sinks 3/11
Temple Done
Garden City Done.

Our 2015 weekly grooming schedule is as follows

Beaver Creek Tuesday’s, Friday’s & Saturday’s
Amazon Tuesday’s, Friday’s & Saturday’s
Franklin Basin Monday’s & Thursday’s
Tony Grove Monday’s & Thursday’s
Swan Flat Tuesday’s & Friday’s
Sinks Sunday’s & Wednesday’s
Temple Not grooming This year unless they stop logging the area
Garden City Tuesday’s – snow permitting.

I will let you know if there is any devations in this schedule!

If you see any vehicles up on the snowmobile trails, please take a picture of the vehicle and license plate, email it to the address listed, and we will follow up. Utah code 41-22-12.1 does not allow any wheeled vehicle over 800 to be on a groomed snowmobile trail. The fine is close to $500.00.

Out of State Snowmobile Permits are being sold at the following locations:

The Bears Den/Texaco Gas Station – Intersection of US 89 and US 30
25 North Bear Lake Blvd
Garden City, UT 84028

Bear Lake State Park – Marina Office
940 North Bear Lake Blvd
Garden City, UT 84028

The Top 3 violations in Logan Canyon.

Anyone 17 and younger must wear a helmet when operating or being a passenger on a snowmobile, ATV or motorcycle.

Off highway vehicles must be registered before transporting or operating on public roads or land. not carry them in your bag and think that is good enough. It’s not!!! The decals will stick on the tunnel and hood very well if the machine is warm when you stick them on. Placing them on the belly pan will get ripped off when riding in deep snow.

Anyone (Utah resident or non-resident) between the age of 8 and 15 must posses Utah Safety Certificate to operate a snowmobile, ATV, or Motorcycle in Utah. To sign up for a classes at

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