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Grooming Report for 12-31-12

Monday, December 31, 2012
On Sunday the 30th we were able to groom the Sage Valley trail across Highway 14 to the Navajo Lake turnoff and then as far as the Forest Service Ranger Station at Duck Creek. The snow seems to be deep enough in most places. We plan to groom the Lava Beds trail either Wednesday the 2nd or Thursday the 3rd, and the Brian Head/High Mountain trail on Friday the 4th. If you have any questions, call Michael Franklin or Dean Anderson at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park at 435-648-2800.
 
 
 
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Grooming Report for 12-30-2012

 
Sunday, December 30, 2012
On Friday, the 29th, we were able to groom the Cedar Breaks/Brian Head trail all the way out to High Mountain. We plan to go back up Sunday the 30th and try the trail through Sage Valley to Navajo Lake. We’re not sure about the snow depth through there, so we’ll have to wait and see if there is enough to operate the groomer safely. . If you have any questions, call Michael Franklin or Dean Anderson at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park at 435-648-2800.
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Grooming Report 12-22-2012

Saturday, December 22, 2012
We got our snowcat delivered this week and were able to get one run in so far. On Friday the 21st, we groomed the Cedar Breaks trail from Midway as far as where the trail crosses Highway 143. The snow is still a little thin in places, so we’ll have to see how it goes before we can do the trails at the lower elevations. With the holidays coming up, it may be late next week before we can get up there and groom again. If you have any questions, call Michael Franklin or Dean Anderson at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park at 435-648-2800.
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Grooming Report 12-13-2012

This is the initital grooming report for Cedar Mountain for the 2012-2013 snowmobile season.  So far, we don't have enough snow on the mountain to begin grooming.  We need about 2 feet of snow on the ground to operate our groomer safely.  Watch the weather reoports and once we get enough snow, we'll get started.  For questions, contact Michael Franklin or Dean Anderson at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park - 435-648-2800 or coralpink@utah.gov.

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Final Grooming Report - April 1, 2012

April 1, 2012
This is the final grooming report for Cedar Mountain for the 2011-2012 snowmobile season. We won’t be doing any more grooming on Cedar Mountain this year. It’s been a difficult year for grooming and we haven’t been able to get out as much as we would have liked. Hopefully, next year will work out better. For any questions please contact Michael Franklin, Dean Anderson, or Brian Kurta at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park at 435-648-2800.  
 
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Grooming report March 3, 2012

March 3, 2012
We were able to groom some of the trails on Cedar Mountain on Friday March 2. We went out from Duck Creek on the Duck Creek Ridge trail, crossed Highway 14 at Navajo Lake and groomed to Brian Head. We tried to do the High Mountain trail, but were unable to climb the hill at the ski run and had to turn back there. It was still a 17 hour run for us. We met Roger from Loose Wheels out in his ‘cat. He was kind enough to groom the Lava Beds trail out from Duck Creek as well as some other sections. We appreciate his help with the grooming. Snow levels are still low but adequate. There was high wind on Friday night, especially up on top, so watch for drifted snow. For any questions please contact Michael Franklin, Dean Anderson, or Brian Kurta at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park at 435-648-2800.  
 
 
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Grooming Report 2-17-12

This is the snow grooming report for Cedar Mountain on February 17, 2012. This past week storm brought enough snow for us to finally begin grooming. On Thursday night we were able to groom Duck Creek Village, Navajo Lake, and Cedar Breaks. Snow levels are still low and snowmobilers should use caution while out on the trial. For any other questions please contact Michael Franklin, Dean Anderson, or Brian Kurta at Coral Pink Sand Dunes Sate Park at 435-648-2800.  
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Grooming Report 2-14-12

February 14, 2012
With the recent storms, there is a chance we’ll be able to start grooming soon. Monday night’s storm put down some good snow and more is expected Tuesday and Wednesday. We’ll check it out after the storms, and if there is enough base to safely run the groomer, we’ll get started. If you have questions, please contact Michael Franklin, Dean Anderson or Brian Kurta at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park at 435-648-2800.
 
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Grooming Report for Feb. 5, 2012

February 5, 2012
Sorry to say that there still isn’t enough snow for us to start grooming the trails on Cedar Mountain. There just isn’t enough snow on the ground to operate the groomer safely. There is probably enough on top of the mountain to groom, but we have to be able to get the groomer up that high, and it just isn’t possible yet. We’ll keep watching and hoping for more snow soon. If you have questions, please contact Michael Franklin, Dean Anderson or Brian Kurta at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park at 435-648-2800.
 
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Grooming Report for January 29, 2012

January 29, 2012
Well, we still have nothing to report in the way of grooming trails on Cedar Mountain. The snow just hasn’t come and we still don’t have enough to start grooming. We need about 2 feet of snow to operate the groomer safely, and we just don’t have it at the lower elevations where we have the groomer this year. Keep watching and hoping for snow and we’ll do the same. If you have questions, please contact Michael Franklin, Dean Anderson or Brian Kurta at Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park at 435-648-2800.

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