Whether you want groomed trails or untracked isolation, snowmobiling opportunities abound in the Heber Valley. Miles of trails wind through mountains and forests, opening onto delightful meadows and vast plateaus. You make the choice whether to take a guided tour led by knowledgeable guides or strike out on your own into the pristine wilderness.
More riders come to the Heber Valley to find deep powder andopen landscapes than any other destination in all of Utah. Bring your own sled or let one of our many different guides take care of you. Make it a weekend, stay at one of our many convenient hotels and resorts to have the most unhindered fun a person can have in one weekend.
PST! - Insider Tip - Want to have the whole mountain to yourself, come midweek and it's all yours!
The mountains around Daniels Summit provide the perfect environment for snowmobiling – with deep snow and an almost unlimited number of trails and play areas. Daniels Summit snowmobiling runs mid November through April. The peak Utah snowmobiling season runs December through April.
Wasatch Mountain State Park
Snowmobile through the alpine terrain at the Wasatch Mountain State Park, one of Utah's unique scenic treasures. The park provides facilities for snowmobilers including parking, restrooms, designated play areas, and approximately 70 miles of well-groomed snowmobile trails. Warming stations are available at the golf course clubhouse and park visitor center. Pick up maps and information at the WMSP Visitors Center.
Mill Hollow/Mirror Lake
The Mirror Lake, Mill Hollow and Strawberry snowmobile complex areas all interconnect and provide some of the finest snowmobiling in Utah. With over 250 miles of groomed trails throughout the high Uinta Mountains, this combination of complexes is rapidly becoming one of the largest and most popular snowmobile areas in the state. It boasts a diversity of groomed trails and open play areas, scenery and riding opportunities.
Part of the Mirror Lake/Mill Hollow/Strawberry snowmobile complex perhaps the most attractive feature of this area is the majestic mountain scenery. Mountain peaks rise to 13,000 feet and are surrounded by thousands of acres of vast open space, typically snow covered November through May.