Trail Conditions


The seasons are once again changing. Days are cooler, shorter, and the shadows longer. Periods of rain or snow with beautiful Indian Summer days in between; a great time to be out on the trails.

As the weather changes, so do the conditions on the trails. With each storm, it takes longer for the trails to dry and depending on elevation and exposure to the sun, trails will begin to become unusable.

Please review the "Current Trail Conditions" link for the latest conditions on each of Basin Recreations trails. We will do our best to keep it updated and relevant. We will begin closing trails for the season as conditions warrant. Remember - RUTS SUCK - WET GROUND, TURN AROUND. Respect any trail closures and understand that, just because the trail appears dry doesn't mean that it will be dry further down the trail. We always place signs at the closest junction for your convenience.

The paved trails are a good option this time of year if you just need to get out and spin your wheels. Other alternatives? Try the Wasatch Front or southern Utah for some epic late winter riding. And don't forget to check out all of our Group Cycling fitness classes at The Fieldhouse.

Winter is close. We will commence our grooming program as soon as conditions allow us to pack snow on the trails. Please stay tuned to the grooming updates. If you would like to receive an email when we groom, request to be on our grooming report list at [email protected]

If you see a trail condition that needs attention, such as a fallen tree, please email Bob at [email protected] with details such as the location, the nature of the issue, and any other pertinent information.

For other trail related questions? Call Bob Radke at 435-649-1564, ext. 19.