Cedar Mountain Complex Snowmobiling

Southeast of Cedar City, the Cedar Mountain Snowmobile Complex has miles of groomed snowmobiling and several play areas.

The snowmobiling trailhead for the is located 25 miles southeast of Cedar City on SR14.

The High Mountain Trail (A) is a 7 mile route. It is a wide, well-groomed trail and very family friendly.

The Brian Head Trail (B) is a 5 mile route. It runs parallel to SR143 and climbs to near 11,000 feet.

The Cedar Breaks Trail Ā© is a 8 mile route. It is a wide, well-groomed route. Use the Mammoth Summit trailhead off SR143.

The Duck Creek Trail (D) is a 13 mile route. It is a narrow, bumpy route.

The Sage Valley Trail (E) is a 10 mile route. It is a narrow trail through tight woods.

The Navajo Lake Trail (F) is a 6 mile route. It follows the southern shore of Navajo Lake.

The Lars Fork Trail (H) is a 10 mile route. It is one of the most scenic trails in the area.

The Strawberry Point Trail (I) is a 10 mile route. It is a wide, flat trail leading to a narrow, steep climb. Be prepared for windy conditions and lots of drifting.

Cedar Mountain Complex Snowmobiling Map



Local Contact(s):  DNF (801) 676-8815; Bryce Tourism (800) 444-6689; Utah Tourism (800) UTAH-FUN.

Best Season:  Dec. - Feb.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Red Canyon Lodge, Parowan (435) 477-1200

Luxury Loding:  Cedar Breaks Lodge (888) AT-CEDAR; Lodge At Brians Head (800) FUN-LODGE; Bryce Canyon Lodge

Breakfast Restaurant:  Rubys Diner, Bryce

Date Published:  

Date Updated:  7/9/2016

Cedar Mountain Complex Snowmobiling Map


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