Deer Hollow Non-Motorized Winter Recreation Area
The Deer Hollow Winter Recreation Area encompasses more than 1,300 acres of some of the most beautiful winter landscapes on the Dixie National Forest. Just a short half hour from Cedar City, the area is ideal for cross-country skiing. Skiing season usually starts mid-December and wraps up mid to late March.
Whether you are experienced or new to crosscountryskiing, with nearly 37 kilometers (23miles) of groomed cross-country ski trails, there are loops designed for every level and type of skiier. From the relatively quick and easy A Loop, to the more arduous E Loop, there is something for everyone.
Deer Hollow Brochure: Loop Descriptions and Map (.PDF)
At a Glance
|Closest Towns:||Cedar City, Utah|
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General InformationGeneral Notes:
Trail System Rules
These rules are in place to keep the groomed ski and snowshoe trails
in good shape and provide for user safety. Following these rules will
help keep the trails ready to enjoy throughout the weekend and the
- Cross-country Ski trails are marked with blue markers
- Snowshoe/Multi-use trails are marked with yellow markers
- Snowshoes are highly discouraged on the groomed ski trails
- All trails are two-way. Be watchful for oncoming skiers.
- Dogs are allowed on the Aspen, Boulder, and Pebble trails only.
- These trails are marked with a snowshoe or skier and a dog paw.
- Fat Bikes are allowed on the Boulder and Pebble trails only.
Skiing or Snowshoeing With Your Dog
- Only let your dog visit with other users or dogs when welcomed.
- Keep your dog under control at all times! Many people aren’t comfortable with other animals.
- Be courteous to all other users.
- Always clean up after your dog by using a poop bag or remove it off the trail.
- Your cooperation will ensure that dogs will continue to be welcome at Deer Valley
Info coming soon