Grooming Report for 12/19/15.

Saturday, December 19 2015 @ 03:54 PM MST

Contributed by: Dean Anderson

We got enough snow to start grooming on Cedar Mountain, so on Thursday the 17th we groomed the Cedar Breaks/High Mountain trail, and on Friday the 18th, we went out through Sage Valley, across Highway 14 and towards Duck Creek Ridge. About ½ a mile west of the USFS Ranger Station, there is a big logging operation in progress, and the trail has been cleared for their equipment.   There is still snow on the road, and it seems to be passable for sleds, but watch for equipment and other vehicles. We plan to get back up on Sunday the 20th to do either Lava Beds or Navajo Lake, but we’ll determine that when we see the conditions. 
Due to the holidays and manpower limitations, we probably won’t get back up until sometime around the 28th of December. Be careful on the mountain and enjoy the holiday. For information or questions, contact Michael Franklin or Dean Anderson at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park – 435-648-2800 or coralpink@utah.gov.
 

Comments (1)


Utah Snowmobile Association
http://snowut.com/article.php/2015122012545423