Best Fish Lake Complex Snowmobiling

The MOST popular snowmobile trail in Utah.

  Utah, US


  June 28, 2016

Southeast of Richfield, the Fish Lake Snowmobile Complex has over 100 miles of groomed snowmobile trails at elevations ranging from 6,000 to 11,500 feet. This region is known for its huge play snowmobilng areas, especially north of Fish Lake.

The Gooseberry / Fish Lake Trail (A) is a 30 mile route that ascends Fish Lake Mountain. The route can be narrow in many places and challenging for inexperienced riders. The northern trailhead is located 15 miles south of Salina.

The Sandledges / Mt Terrill Trail (B) is a wide, easy 14 mile route that connects Gooseberry / Fish Lake Trail with the Monroe Mountain Trail. The route climbs to the summit of Mt Terrill and runs along the Fishlake Hightop Plateau. The western trailhead is located 15 miles southeast of Richfield.

The Monroe Mountain Trail Ā© is a 39 mile route. It climbs to Monroe Mountain which is home to several big game herds. The route requires good handling skills as it traverses narrow canyons. The eastern trailhead is located 15 miles southeast of Richfield. The western trailhead is located at Monrovian Park, a couple miles southeast of Monroe.

Overall, Fish Lake Complex is the 1st most popular snowmobile trail of all 14 snowmobiling rides in Utah.

Local Contacts:  FNF (435) 896-9233; Local Tourism (800) 748-4361; Utah Tourism (800) UTAH-FUN; Utah Snowmobile Assoc. (801) 572-4455.

Best Season:  Dec. - Mar.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  38.8034, -111.6851

Date Published:  1/2/2016

Date Updated:  6/28/2016

ID:  13442

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