Trails News Story
Feb 01, 2021
Photo taken near the Wind Caves by Jack Van Allsburg.
Winter Recreation Resources in Cache Valley
Cache County boasts incredible winter recreation opportunities, from fat tire biking, Nordic and alpine skiing, to snowshoeing, snowmobiling and more. We are proud to say that we have a little bit of everything. Check out the information below to help you find your next adventure.
Nordic United is a local non-profit that supports non-motorized winter recreation here in Cache Valley! Check out their Trails Conditions page to know what trails are groomed, what the snow conditions are like in our canyons, and more.
Utah Avalanche Center
If you're planning to snowshoe, snowmobile, pow surf, ski, or splitboard in the backcountry this winter, make sure to check and understand the Utah Avalanche Center's forecast. The UAC offers courses in avalanche safety to promote safe winter recreation in Utah.
Motorized vs. Non-Motorized Recreation Maps
Check out this map to understand the U.S. Forest Service’s Logan Ranger District motorized and non-motorized winter recreation zones. If you have questions about the map, please contact the Logan Ranger District at (435) 755-3620.
Cache County Ski Areas: