Home to the best snow on earth, Utah also boasts of some of the most beautiful scenery on earth, especially in Southern Utah. Many people visit Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park in the summer, but some of the most stunning views are created by the contrast of bright white snow with the fiery red rock and the crystal blue skies.
With groomed trails and unique scenery, Cedar Mountain is one of Utah’s premier snowmobile complexes. Below, we have listed the most scenic trails on Cedar Mountain according to Utah.com. Visit www.utah.com/snowmobile/cedar_mtn.htm for more trails on Cedar Mountain.
High Mountain Trail
This wide, well-groomed trail located high in the Cedar Mountains provides riders with excellent views into Cedar Breaks National Monument. Early American Indians once referred to this enormous red rock amphitheater as the circle of painted cliffs. This is a great trail for riders of all abilities and one of the most scenic in the complex.
Cedar Breaks Trail
The wide, well-groomed Cedar Breaks Trail is an ideal ride for snowmobilers wanting to experience the grandeur of Cedar Breaks National Monument. The trail enters the monument and provides winter access to many scenic overlooks. Easy access to this trail is through the Mammoth Summit Trailhead located just off Highway 143, and via the Midway Trailhead located adjacent to Highway 14.
Lars Fork Trail
The Lars Fork Trail is among the most scenic of the trails in the region. With mild grades, this is a good trail for riders of all abilities, providing access to several scenic pullouts that overlook the Virgin River Valley and Zion National Park.
Please note that some view points in Cedar Breaks National Monument are accessible only by walking, cross-country skis, or snow shoes. Please do not take a snowmobile off of the designated trail.