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Grooming Report for March 5, 2018

Cedar Mountain got about 4-5 inches of new powder from the weekend storm.  We groomed Cedar Breaks/High Mountain trail on Monday the 5th and plan to go across Sage Valley and do the ski trails at Deer Hollow on Tuesday the 6th. Time and conditions permitting, we’ll continue on the trail to where it crosses Highway 14 at the Navajo Lake turnoff. Just a reminder that the ski trail grooming is paid for by non-motorized grant money acquired by the Cedar Mountain Nordic Ski Club of Cedar City. For information or questions, contact us at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park – 435-648-2800 or coralpink@utah.gov.

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Authored by: Anonymous User on Sunday, April 29 2018 @ 11:47 AM MDT Grooming Report for March 5, 2018
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