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Snow Conditions 12/7/15

Very little snow
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2015 Winter Travel Planning

Please take a moment to watch this AYL video about the 2015 Winter Travel Planning.

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Grooming Report

Grooming Report
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No Grooming !!

Update 2/9/2015

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Grooming Report for 1/6/15

Just a quick as mother nature turned on the snow, she turned it off. We have gotten no new snow recently and nothing scheduled for the next week or more. We are still grooming and plan on staying on schedule this week. There is about 50" of snow up high and about 24" at the trail heads.Remember to check out the avalanche conditions at before venturing out. Please ride safe and return home to your family, be prepared with all the proper survival gear. Register your snowmobile as the funds pay for the grooming program which is a very expensive project. Our snow cat may be on the trails at any time so please use caution. Our typical grooming schedule will be as follows: Subject to change for weather or repairs.

Friday and Saturday- Soapstone, Mill Hollow, Lake Creek Trail Head.
Monday- Mirror Lake
Thrusday- Soapstone, Cold Springs, Hwy 35
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SR-35 Wolf Creek Pass Media Release

OREM, Utah



– The Utah Department of Transportation is closing State route 35 at Wolf

Creek Pass for the season at 4 pm today. There will be no further roadway maintenance

during the winter. US-40 is the suggested route for travelers who have been using SR-35.

As part of the seasonal closure by UDOT, the Utah Division of Parks and Recreation (DPR)

will begin snowmobile trail grooming operations and maintain a groomed snowmobile trail in

the area until spring of 2015. This formalizes an ongoing grooming program, operated by

DPR, designed to provide snowmobilers access to the Soapstone area and other popular

backcountry riding areas.

For more information from DPR about groomed snowmobile trails, please call (801) 538-

RIDE or visit For more information about road and traffic conditions,

download the UDOT Traffic app available for free in iTunes or Google Play.


SR-35 Wolf Creek Pass Seasonal Road Closure Starts Today

Utah Division of Parks and Recreation will Maintain Snowmobile Trail until Spring

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2014 Intermountain Snowmobile Show

The Utah snowmobile Association, in partnership with SnoWest will be hosting the Intermountain Snowmobile Show at the Salt Lake County Events Center this weekend, October 24th and 25th. There will be numerous vendors catering to all your snowmobiling parts and accessory needs. Along with the vendors, the four manafactures will be there showing of there new 2015 models. Additionally, the Utah Snowmobile association will once again be holding its silent auction where you can bid on all kinds of great merchandise, along with some great lodging deals. We will also be holding our swap meet outdoors on Saturday and Sunday so you can bring down that snowmobile that you have been trying to sell, or maybe some of those old parts lying around the shop.

This year the Utah Snowmobile Association will be raffling off some great prizes at show end as well.  Tickets are just $1.00 each or $10 for 12. All proceeds go to USA and member clubs.  We will also be unveiling are annual fundraiser which I think everyone will want to get in on. Also, if you clip the coupon out of last months snow scoop and bring it by the USA booth, you can get 2 for 1 raffle tickets with no limit!

So come on down to the show and check out the new sleds, new parts and accessories, vintage machines, the mod-show, silent auction and visit the swap meet. And don't forget to stop by the USA booth where you can talk to a Utah Snowmobile Association representative and also enter to win a new Sno-Pro 120 or trailer!

See you at the show!

Jeff, USA President

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Complex 3

 Snow conditions are not very good. We did take the groomer up Saturday Febuary 15 and made a run to take out some of the woops. The snow is not very deep even up on top but there is still some good riding to be had. This trail is experiencing heavier than usual use. Be cautious and watch for rocks and fallen trees. We had a great team of volunteers go up and clean the trail of fallen trees and there were several very large ones across the trail. They did an excellent job. and they all worked hard to give you a good riding area. We hope you enjoy your time in the back country. As you find yourself venturing out, please, please be careful and wear all your protective gear. That includes a beacon. If you have any questions for us, feel free to drop us a line. 

Update March 6 Unless we get a large storm with heavy snow fall. The chalk Creek trail will not be groomed again this season. The lower part of the trail from the gas plant has melted off.

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Grooming update 3/4/2014

Grooming update for Mirror Lake /Mill Hollow 3/4/2014

As of March 4, 2014, we had received about two feet of new snow on top and are hoping the weather gives us more new snow as the week goes on.  On top there is about five to six feet of snow with fair amounts at the trailheads.  The trails are in good shape the warm weather is starting to be a challenge for us to keep the lower levels smooth.  Monday Soapstone, Cold Springs, and Wolf Creek to the Nobblets parking area were groomed. Thursday Mirror Lake highway to Mirror Lake is scheduled to be groomed. Friday the Mill Hollow to Lake Creek trailhead will be groomed.  We should be following our schedule for the weekend.  Watch out for danger while riding. The Avalanche danger is still High. Make sure you are wearing a beacon. Ride safe and enjoy the snow.

You can find a copy of our grooming schedule on this website at that you can print out. Remember that all our runs are done at night but we may be on the trail at any time so ride under control at all times.


 Remember to go out prepared including survival and avalanche gear. Check on the avalanche conditions by going to  Ride safe and we will see you on the trails!!!

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Grooming Report for 02/10/14

What a great series of storms! I would say we double or even tripled our snowpack at the trail heads! These storms were relatively warm so the snow was not the "greatest snow on earth" but we need the water and the snow will provide a good base finally. Along with the heavy snow were high winds. This combination has made our avalanche conditions very dangerous and unfortunately we had a snowmobile avalanche fatality. Our thoughts and prayers go out the family.



It's dangerous out there and this is the real deal. Avalanches are breaking deep and wide, taking out the entire seasons snowpack. If you're getting on the snow today, please take a moment and think about the consequences of triggering an avalanche and the possibility of not coming home to your family.

At all elevations, the avalanche danger is HIGH today and borders on EXTREME in some locations. Both human triggered and natural avalanches are very likely on all steep, wind drifted slopes. The danger is most pronounced on slopes facing the north half of the compass, particularly those with an easterly component to their aspect. Once triggered avalanches have the possibility to break deep and wide, creating a dangerous and possibly unsurvivable slide.


We have been out grooming but with the new snow, you probably won't be able to tell. We will get out this week and get the trails packed down. The schedule will be as follows:


Monday- Soapstone, Cold Springs, Hwy 35

Thursday- Mirror Lake

Friday and Saturday- Soapstone, Mill Hollow, Lake Creek


Have a great week and ride safe!