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Cedar Mountain / East Fork Grooming Report

Groomer: Michael Franklin, Dean Anderson, Brian Kurta Phone: 435-648-2800
Title: Law Enforcement / Groomer Email: michaelfranklin@utah.gov

Normal Weekly Grooming Schedule

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Grooming as needed

 

Midway-
Cedar Breaks-
Brian Head- Return to Midway
Midway-
Sage Valley-
Tippets-
Lava Flow-
Meadow View- Return to Midway

 

Midway-
Sage Valley-
Navajo Lake-
Duck Creek Ridge- Return to Midway

 

Midway-
Sage Valley-
Lars Fork-
Strawberry Point-
Strawberry Valley-
Return to Midway

 

Midway-
Cedar Breaks-
Brian Head- Return to Midway

 

Midway-
Sage Valley-
Duck Creek Ridge-
Return to Midway

 

Trail Conditions

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Final Grooming Report for 2017-2018

March 10, 2018
Well, it looks like we’ve done our last grooming run on Cedar Mountain for this year. The snow was so minimal all year we were only able to do 4 runs for the whole season. Spring Break has started at Coral Pink Sand Dunes and all our time will have to be spent at the park. It wasn’t the snow year we had hoped for, but we can always hope for better next year. See you then! For information or questions, contact us at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park – 435-648-2800 or coralpink@utah.gov.
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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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Grooming Report for March 2, 2018

We were able to groom the Cedar Breaks/High Mountain trail on Monday the 26th and went across Sage Valley and groomed the ski trails at Deer Hollow on Tuesday the 27th. The snow is still pretty minimal for grooming, although there are patches where it seems to be in good shape.  We’ll see what this weekend’s storm brings us and work from there. We probably only have next week to groom before we have to shut down for the spring break crowds at Coral Pink. For information or questions, contact us at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park – 435-648-2800 or coralpink@utah.gov.
 
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Grooming Report for February 23, 2018

We may finally have enough snow to groom a bit on Cedar Mountain. We are planning on going up to groom the Cedar Breaks/High Mountain trail on Monday the 26th. If conditions allow, we will also groom from Midway across Sage Valley at least as far as Deer Hollow on Monday or Tuesday the 27th. Wish us luck! For information or questions, contact us at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park – 435-648-2800 or coralpink@utah.gov
 
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Grooming Report for February 8, 2018

It’s looking less and less like we’ll be doing any grooming this year on Cedar Mountain. There is still not enough snow to run the groomer safely, and our window of opportunity is closing fast. All we can do is hope for some snow, or look forward to next year. For information or questions, contact us at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park – 435-648-2800 or coralpink@utah.gov
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(Non) Grooming Report for January 28, 2018

Still not enough snow on Cedar Mountain to groom the snowmobile trails. Our window of opportunity is closing, and we haven’t seen much hope in the forecast. We’ll keep an eye on the snow conditions and if we get enough to run the snowcat and groomer safely, we’ll post it here and let you know. Until then we can only hope. For information or questions, contact us at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park – 435-648-2800 or coralpink@utah.gov
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Grooming Report for January 21, 2018

We got a storm this week that put a bit more snow on the mountain but still not enough to groom safely. We’ll keep an eye on it and let you know when we are ready to go to work on the trails. In the mean time, for information or questions, contact us at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park – 435-648-2800 or coralpink@utah.gov
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Not Enough Snow to Groom

January 3, 2018
Well, if you’ve been up on Cedar Mountain this year, you know there isn’t much snow to speak of. The unusually warm, dry fall weather has not let us start grooming operations. We need at least 24” of snow on the ground to run the snowcat and groomer safely, so until we get quite a bit more snow, we won’t be grooming. We’ll let you know about snow levels as they happen, and when we can start grooming. For information or questions, contact us at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park – 435-648-2800 or coralpink@utah.gov
 
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Grooming Report for March 13, 2017

March 13, 2017
It looks like our grooming season on Cedar Mountain is about ended. With the nice weather, we are getting very busy at Coral Pink Sand Dunes and will be unable to spend time grooming on the mountain. There has been no new snow lately, so the trails are still well packed and in pretty good shape. Thanks for your support and participation this year and we’ll hope to see you again next year on Cedar Mountain. For information or questions, contact us at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park – 435-648-2800 or coralpink@utah.gov
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Grooming Report for March 6, 2017

March 6, 2017
We got the cat fixed and were able to groom Cedar Breaks/High Mountain on Friday the 3rd. The schedule for this week is as follows:
Monday the 6th – Cedar Breaks/High Mountain. Tuesday the 7th – Deer Hollow (Please note: the Deer Hollow Ski area is groomed using grant funds obtained by the Cedar Mountain Nordic Ski Club.). Wednesday the 8th – Lava Beds. Thursday the 9th – Navajo Lake/Duck Creek Ridge. Friday the 10th – Cedar Breaks/High Mountain. 
The season is winding down, but conditions are still good on the mountain with 4 feet of snow at the Sage Valley turnoff. The warmer weather during the days is icing things up a bit, so be careful. . For information or questions, contact us at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park – 435-648-2800 or coralpink@utah.gov

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