Winter Sports

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SnowmobileThe world-renown powder snow draws millions of visitors to the forest each winter. Nearly 700,000 diverse acres are open to non-motorized winter activities, including 309,000 acres of designated wilderness area.

However, many trails also are open to motorized and non-motorized users alike. While out recreating, a healthy dose of common courtesy will go a long ways to insure everyone has an enjoyable experience. 

Before heading out for a winter adventure, check the Utah Avalanche Center and Get to know the snow web pages for important information avalanche conditions, potential hazards, and safety guidelines. Be especially careful on sunny days, where the warm weather and clear sky can lull recreationists into a false sense of security. The sunniest days tend to be most dangerous in the snow-covered backcountry.

Dogs are welcome in many areas on the forest, but are prohibited in certain areas on the Wasatch Front to protect the watershed.

Alpine Ski Resorts

In addition to backcountry snow recreation, the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache is also host to five alpine ski resorts. The resorts located on the National Forest are: