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Uintah Basin Grooming Report

Groomer: Mike Murray Phone: 435-789-4432
Title: State Park Trail Grooming Coordinator Email: mikemurray@utah.gov

Normal Weekly Grooming Schedule

This schedule changes due to snow conditions and break downs. Call 1-801-538-RIDE for up to date information. Grooming runs will start approximately 2:00 PM.

Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
    Taylor Mt.
Snow Permitting
4pm to 12 am

 

  Red Cloud Loop
Iron Springs to Leidy turn
4pm to 3am

 

Red Cloud Loop
East Park around Loop
4pm to 3am

 

 

Trail Conditions

 

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Uintah Basin Grooming report 2-17-17

The snow is still deep on the east side of the Uintahs.  Come enjoy the new snow predicted for the weekend.

the groomer has gone out several times already in February.   The groomer schedule is Thursday,Friday and some Saturdays. last week the groomer was out Feb 9 and 10.  All trails except the Don Hatch trail are getting groomed.

Don Hatch trail has low snow on south facing slopes and groomer can not get into part of the trail.

 

Have fun in the snow and keep smiling!

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Uintah Basin Grooming report

Good news for Uintah Basin snowmobilers the snow is deep.  This is the best year in several years for this complex.

The groomer was out last Wedneday,Thursday and Friday12/28-30/16.  The Red Cloud loop, White Cloud loop,Leidy turn around and the yurt trail were all groomed.  Dry Fork was partially complete but the plan is to groom this week.


The groomer will be out 1/4,1/5,1/6 /2017 this week, we hoping to complete Red and White cloud loops,yurt trail, Leidy turn around,Taylor Mt.  and Dry Fork.  The snow conditions are very good and groomers report lots of snow.


Have fun on the trails and remember to have you snowmobiles registered.

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Grooming Report 1/31/2016

Best snow we have seen in a few years.  Currently all the roads are closed to motor vehicles.  

 

Uintah County snow cat operators groomed the Red Cloud Loop, the trail up to Hacking Lake area and yurt, Taylor Mountain road and Dry Fork Canyon road.  The trail conditions are in good shape.  If you plan on enjoying the trails, remember to register your snowmobiles for the season.  As a reminder, now is a great time to get your snowmobile riders who are under 16 through the safety course that is required by law. The safety course can be taken at www.stateparks.utah.gov.

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Grooming Report 1/10/16

The 2015 - 16 season is here. Currently all the roads are closed to motor vehicles.  Utah State Parks has once again partnered with the Forest Service, Uintah and Daggett County to groom the trails.

 

Uintah County snow cat operators groomed the Red Cloud Loop and trail up to Hacking Lake area.  The trail conditions are in good shape.  If you plan on enjoying the trails, remember to tune up your sleds and register your snowmobiles for the season.  As a reminder, now is a great time to get your snowmobile riders who are under 16 through the safety course that is required by law. The safety course can be taken at www.stateparks.utah.gov.

Ride safe and enjoy the season.

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Grooming report

The 2015 - 16 season is fast approaching. Currently all the roads are open to motor vehicles and are do to close on soon. Utah State Parks has once again partnered with the Forest Service, Uintah and Daggett County to groom the trails.

 

All grooming operations will start when the Forest Service officially closes the roads on the mountain and all Snowcat operators are trained. So lets all hope for a good snow year and by all means get your snowmobiles tuned up, registered, and safety equipment all in good working order. As a reminder, now is a great time to get your snowmobile riders who are under 16 through the safety course that is required by law. The safety course can be taken at www.stateparks.utah.gov.

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Grooming Report 2/7/15

We have been experiencing a very mild winter.  The snowcat has yet to go out on the trail this year.  There is currently 12 inches of snow at Trout Creek and 9 inches at King's Cabin.  The East Park road is currently open all the way to East Park Reservoir.  Unless we get some more snow, the snowcat will not see the trail this year.

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Grooming Report 01/16/15

The weather hasn't been kind to us out here in the Uintah Basin.  The conditions at the trailheads still haven't allowed us to start our grooming operations.  The current conditions at Trout Creek is 12 inches, Kings Cabin 10 inches and Chepeta 23 inches.

 

Grooming operations will start when we get ample snowfall to do so safely and all Snowcat operators are trained. So lets all hope for a good snowfall soon and by all means get your snowmobiles tuned up, registered, and safety equipment all in good working order. As a reminder, now is a great time to get your snowmobile riders who are under 16 through the safety course that is required by law. The safety course can be taken at www.stateparks.utah.gov.

 

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grooming report 01/04/15

The current conditions at Dry Fork are 4" at the trailhead, Taylor Mountain gate is 0 inches, and the gate at the East Park road is still open to vehicular travel.  If you are wanting to ride, there have been snowmobiles on the road about Kane Hollow but there is only at most 4 inches of packed snow.

 

Grooming operations will start when we get ample snowfall to do so safely and all Snowcat operators are trained. So lets all hope for a good snowfall soon and by all means get your snowmobiles tuned up, registered, and safety equipment all in good working order. As a reminder, now is a great time to get your snowmobile riders who are under 16 through the safety course that is required by law. The safety course can be taken at www.stateparks.utah.gov.

 

 

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Grooming Report 12/1/14

The 2014 - 2015 season is fast approaching. Currently all the roads are still open to motor vehicles and are do to close on December 15, 2014. Utah State Parks has once again partnered with the Forest Service, Uintah and Daggett County to groom the trails.

 

All grooming operations will start when the Forest Service officially closes the roads on the mountain and all Snowcat operators are trained. So lets all hope for a good snow year and by all means get your snowmobiles tuned up, registered, and safety equipment all in good working order. As a reminder, now is a great time to get your snowmobile riders who are under 16 through the safety course that is required by law. The safety course can be taken at www.stateparks.utah.gov.

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Grooming Report 03/4/14

 It wasn't a very good year for grooming the trails this season.  The snowcat was able to make it out 1 time this year 

and found the snow conditions poor to safely operate the snowcat.  The snow depths, as per the snowtel site,  still shows only 20" at trout creek.  Lets hope for better conditions next year.

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