With over 800 miles of groomed snowmobile trails from the red rock canyons of Southern Utah to the rugged mountains in the Northern reaches of the state, Utah has plenty of snowmobile options. Eight unique trail complexes are located across the state with inter-linking trail systems. For those who prefer powder, there are thousands of acres of high-mountain bowls that can be accessed from the groomed complexes. Brochures and maps produced by the Division of Parks and Recreation (State Parks) are readily available in season from the agency or from local visitor centers statewide.
Utah is a great destination for winter snowmobiling. The greatest snow on earth is just one reason the world is looking to Utah for snowmobile recreation. One of the best sections of Utah for snowmobiling is the Cedar Mountain complex. Here you’ll enjoy snowmobiling in the crisp mountain air near Brian Head, Duck Creek Village and Panguitch Lake on Cedar Mountain in southern Utah. It’s called the Markagunt Plateau and it’s the most incredible place in Utah for your mountain snowmobiling experience.
View breathtaking sites along groomed snowmobile mountain trails and explore on your own the beautiful mountain scenery. Snowmobile rentals are available for your ideal family getaway. Your snowmobile adventure awaits! Snowmobiling towns like Brian Head near Cedar City, Panguitch Lake and Duck Creek Village, Utah offer overnight lodging for your snowmobiling stay. This snowmobiling mountain complex is close to Bryce Canyon National Park, Cedar Breaks National Monument, Grand Staircase and Zion National Park. You’ll have the time of our life exploring the Markagunt Plateau on your snowmobile in the Dixie National Forest of Utah.
Outfitters offer many snowmobile machines for you to choose from for snowmobile rentals or guided tours. Whether this is a trip with family or just friends, you’ll find the snowmobiling experience you are looking for. Snowmobile rentals and tour companies are at Duck Creek Village, which is near Cedar City, Panguitch Lake and Navajo Lake in Utah. Utah Snowmobiling just doesn’t get any better than this.