Popular Snowshoeing Trails
For your snowshoeing pleasure here are five highly recommended trails.
Wheeler Creek to Art Nord | Ogden Canyon
Distance: 3.5 miles round-trip
This quick trail makes for a pleasant jaunt that begins next to an enchanting half-frozen stream and ends with southern views of the steep mountains near Snowbasin Ski Resort.
White Pine Lake Trail | Little Cottonwood Canyon
Distance: 10 miles round-trip
A strenuous trail that climbs through high alpine forests to a small Wasatch Mountain lake. This hike may be passable with microspikes early in the season, but snowshoes are recommended.
The Pipeline Trail | Millcreek Canyon
Distance: 3.8 miles round-trip
A nice easy climb up the hollow will hook you onto the Pipeline Trail in Millcreek Canyon where you can partake of the south-facing slope and enjoy any winter sun you may find on your day in the mountains.
Round Valley | Park City
Difficulty: Easy - Moderate
Spruces Campground is covered with deep snow during the winter months and it's a perfect place to plan your own trip across the snow. This is a great place to find wildlife, beaver dams, blue grouse, snowshoe hare, coyote, ermine, bobcat, owl and other wildlife that can handle the deeper winter snow up canyon.
Rim Trail | Bryce Canyon National Park
Distance: 2.25 miles
This scenic, groomed trail starts at Ruby’s Inn, just outside Bryce Canyon National Parks. After a mile of snowshoeing beneath tall ponderosa pines you’ll be rewarded with views into Bryce’s snow-capped amphitheater of hoodoos and spires. This trail can also be connected with nearby trails to extend your hike.