Located in the US, the snowmobiling in Utah offers over ten good snowmobiling destinations. The best Utah snowmobiling based on popularity are considered to be Fish Lake Complex, Monte Cristo / Hardware Ranch Complex - South, Unita Basin Complex, Wolf Creek, and Mirror Lake / Mill Hollow Complex. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Utah snowmobiling trail below.
East of Logan in Bridgerland, the Hardware Range / Monte Cristo snowmobile complex is extremely popular with regional sledheads for awesome boondocking. This snowmobile complex has 180 miles of well-groomed routes. There are several snowmobiling trailheads for Monte Cristo / Hardware Ranch Complex - South, providing access to this complex.
Southeast of Logan and east of Providence, the Providence Canyon area has awesome scenery, challenging snowmobile riding and amazing steeps. Get ready for big hill climbs. The main snowmobile route at Providence Canyon is 3 miles each way.
Southeast of Kamas, the 12 mile Wolf Creek area is popular with local snowmobile riders because of its awesome boondocking near Wolf Creek Pass. This primitive area has plenty of climbing hills and deep powder.
East of Salt Lake City and Kamas, the Mirror Lake / Mill Hollow Snowmobile Complex has groomed snowmobile trails traversing the Unita Mountains at elevations ranging from 7,000 to 13,000 feet. There are nine groomed trails totalling 150 miles. There are four major trailheads serving this complex.
Southeast of Salt Lake City and east of Heber City, the Wasatch Mountain Snowmobile Complex has groomed snowmobile trails at elevations ranging from 7,000 to 9,000 feet. There are 10 snowmobilng trails at the Wasatch Mountain Complex totaling 70 miles of groomed routes.
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.
West of Bryce Canyon and southwest of Rubys Inn, the Johnson Mill / East Fork Trails is a 22 mile loop that is open to snowmobiling. The snowmobile trails start from Rubys Inn, just north of Bryce Canyon.
South of Kamas, the Strawberry Snowmobile Complex has about 150 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. There are numerous play ares and many steep hill climbs. The Strawberry Trail (H) is the main backbone route providing access to numerous side trails. This is a wide and well-groomed route following the western shores of Strawberry Reservoir. It is a great family ride and accesses many play areas.