Best Snowshoeing in Utah

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Utah, Salt Lake City

00 :01 hrs
- mi
1.4827881 ft



Utah, Tooele County

00 :07 hrs
- mi
32.175697 ft

The Stansbury Park Reservoir Polar Bear Plunge is the longest running in the state of Utah. The event began in 2014 and has increased in size with hundreds of participants making the icy jump each year. Tooele Firefighters cut a hole into the frozen lake and remain on site throughout the event. Since 2017 they have brought a "Hazard Truck" offering jumpers a warm shower after completing the frigid dive. The Polar Bear Plunge is for the benefit of New Life Christian Fellowship. Participants donate clothing, canned foods/goods, and money. In 2019 Event Sponsors agreed to donate $30 per participant.It is a great party, whether you're jumping in the lake or just watching. There is music, hot cocoa, and lots of laughs.Location: Stansbury Lake (at the Dock behind the Clubhouse)Date: January 1stTime: High Noon (12pm)


Utah, Cache County

01 :56 hrs
2.8 mi
113.62305 ft

Snowshoe to old lumber pine


Utah, Utah County

04 :44 hrs
2.7 mi
361.71265 ft

Located up Provo Canyon this route begins at the Mt. Timpanogas Parking Lot/trailhead. You will begin on the trail to Mt. Timpanogas but quickly turn off and head northwest up to the summit of Alpine Loop Road. The climbing is steady in the beginning and levels out towards the top. The winter scenery is breathtaking and you are among endless opportunities of exploring.


Utah, Utah County

06 :19 hrs
4 mi
398.3557 ft

Famous for its fall colors this route begins at Pine Hollow Trailhead up American Fork Canyon, and follows the Alpine Loop Road that closes during the winter. The road is easy to follow and does get use from snowmobiles but the best part of this trip is the spectacular scenery that surrounds you. The winter setting, along with views of Mt. Timpanogas is breathtaking. You can make this trip as long or short as you like. There are endless places for exploring.


Utah, Utah County

03 :44 hrs
2.4 mi
245.80322 ft

This trail follows Payson Canyon road and goes to The Grotto. It is a changeling hike but there is a frozen waterfall and the end. There are snowmobiles on this road. But you should be able to hear them coming from a mile away.


Utah, Ogden

04 :36 hrs
3 mi
253.30054 ft

Beginning at the Art Nord trailhead this route leads to the Green Pond trailhead. The trail has moderate elevation as it wanders through a mix of aspen forest and open meadows. You will cross over several bridges heading towards Snowbasin Ski Resort.


Utah, Summit County

08 :51 hrs
6.2 mi
656.5498 ft

Located deep in the Uintas, this follows the path to a yurt along upper settings road, where you can stay overnight. It is open to snowmobiles or ATVs during the winter. There is endless opportunities to cross country ski, snow shoe, and back country ski.


Utah, Ogden

05 :23 hrs
3.4 mi
252.27808 ft

Beginning at the Art Nord Trailhead this trail is easy and offers beautiful winter scenery. It meanders along the base of Snowbasin Resort and ends at the Maples trailhead. Watch for blue diamond markers that are nailed to the trees to mark the trail. Some snowshoers leave a shuttle vehicle at the Maples trailhead.


Utah, Utah County

11 :14 hrs
7.3 mi
627.0453 ft

Beginning from Tibble Fork Reservoir, this route heads east and parallels closely along Silver Creek. Don’t plan on a quiet trip, as this is a popular area for snowmobiles. The first mile is flat but slowly gets steeper as you get deeper into the mountains. This road goes on for miles and you will most likely turn around before it ends.

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