Best Scofield / Skyline Drive Complex Snowmobiling

The 11th most popular snowmobile trail in Utah.

  Utah, US


  July 21, 2016

Southeast of Orem and northwest of Price near Tucker, the Scofield / Skyline Drive Snowmobile Complex has groomed trails traversing the Wasatch Plateau near 10,000 feet. There are 4 trails totaling 120 miles.

To reach the trailhead in Tucker from Provo, head south on US89 for 20 miles into Thistle. Continue east on US 6 for 20 miles into Tucker.

The Strawberry Trail (H) is a 40 mile route beginning from the Soldier Summit at 7,400 feet and proceeding north along the left fork of the White River. It climbs rapidly through pinyon-juniper forest in the spruce and quaking aspens. Watch out for high winds creating white out conditions and high drifts.

The North Skyline - Tucker Trail (B) is a 27 mile route starting from the trailhead in Tucker. Beginning in the lowlands, the route rises rapidly from oak/juniper foothills into spruce/aspen mountains. This is an easy to ride route and is very popular.

The Starvation Creek Trail (C) is a 10 mile route.

The Pondtown Trail (D) is a 12 mile route. Stay on the route due to private property inholdings.

Overall, Scofield / Skyline Drive Complex is the 11th most popular snowmobile trail of all 14 snowmobiling rides in Utah.

Local Contacts:  MLNF (435) 637-2817; Utah Tourism (800) UTAH-FUN; Utah Snowmobile Assoc. (801) 572-4455.

Best Season:  Dec. - Mar.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

GPS:  39.9347, -111.1993

Date Published:  12/28/2015

Date Updated:  7/21/2016

ID:  16693

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