Backcountry Skiing & Snowboarding Trails in Utah
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Backcountry Skiing & Snowboarding Trails in Utah

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Utah has 121 backcountry skiing & snowboarding trails. These trails range from 0.5 to 21.4 miles in length. The most popular trails are Timpanogos Cave Trail, Mount Timpanogos North, South Fork and Provo River. Trails.com member Nicole P. recently completed Timpanogos Cave Trail.
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The iconic “Pfeiff ” is a magnet for climbers and skiers, owing to its elegant shape and ...
Neffs Canyon is perhaps the closest trailhead for backcountry skiing in the Salt Lake ...
Timpanogos Cave Trail is a hiking trail in Utah County, Utah. It is within Timpanogos ...
Like the La Sal and Henry mountains, the Abajos (a.k.a. Blue Mountains) are igneous ...
Mount Raymond is slightly lower than its popular neighbor, Gobblers Knob, but it is more ...
This is the closest tour to Ophir, and one with a tremendous view of the Tooele Valley and ...
Ski or snowboard the Wellsville Mountains and you supposedly make turns on the steepest ...
The east-facing runs of Garden City Canyon, known as the Garden City Bowls, are a bona ...
There’s nothing more memorable in backcountry-ski life than staying a night or two at ...
Cornice Ridge is a fleeting place for backcountry skiers. In winter, access to the ...
Summer is an extremely busy time in Wood Camp Hollow, because it’s home to the Old Jardine ...
Reids Peak is practically Bald Mountain’s twin, as the two proudly stand side by side ...
Powder-filled mountainsides, tree skiing, tremendous views, and relatively easy ...
Grizzly Gulch is a legend of Alta backcountry skiing. It is the site of the iconic Chads ...
Scotties Bowl is a classic descent in Little Cottonwood Canyon, just to the west of Snowbird’s ...
Bonkers, a massive ski line in upper Broads Fork, absolutely belongs on the list of classic ...
The highest drivable trailhead in Big or Little Cottonwood Canyon, this is a nice, scenic ...
Easily the best backcountry access on the Park City (PC) side of the Wasatch, and the ...
The shortest drive, most efficient climb, and longest, most consistently filled-in ski ...
An understanding of avalanche conditions and route finding is essential for this very ...
The signature La Sal ski peak, Tuk’s southwest couloir(s) feature a mind-boggling 3,500 ...
Following a two-hour drive from Salt Lake City and a continuously ascending approach up ...
South-facing Pole Canyon accesses Lewiston Peak, 10,411 feet, and the tremendous south-facing ...
This is a short, user-friendly tour with outstanding snow quality and a classic old cabin ...
The Brighton backcountry offers fine ski touring from Hidden Canyon on the north, to ...
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