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Grooming Report for January 27, 2017

January 23, 2017
This past few days has brought a lot of new snow to our area and has probably wiped out all our trails. We plan to get up to groom them as quickly as we can. State Road 14 was closed for snow clearing on Monday the 23rd. Our plans for this week are as follows: Tuesday the 24th – Navajo Lake/Duck Creek Ridge. Wednesday the 25th – Cedar Breaks/High Mountain. Thursday the 26th Lava Beds/Deer Hollow Ski Area (Please note: the Deer Hollow Ski area is groomed using  grant funds obtained by the Cedar Mountain Nordic Ski Club.)   Friday the 27th – Cedar Breaks/High Mountain again for the weekend. As always, the plans may be subject to change for weather and conditions, but we’ll keep you posted. For information or questions, contact us at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park – 435-648-2800 or coralpink@utah.gov

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