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Winter Activities in Moab
Winter is one of the most colorful times of the year at Bryce Canyon National Park. The air is crisp and pure and you can see for hundreds of miles. The park is open all year and is accessible by automobile although sections of the road may be temporarily closed after a heavy snowfall. Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are popular in the park.
The Bryce Canyon area usually gets plenty of snow in the winter. Snowshoeing is a great way to explore the park and the surrounding national forest.
Bring your sled and experience the exciting snowmobile trails of Southern Utah.
East Fork Trail - miles of trails and several play areas near Tropic Reservoir and the East Fork of the Sevier River. 20 Miles of Trails through the picturesque Dixie National Forest to scenic plateaus and overviews of Bryce Canyon.
Other nearby areas include Pine Lake and the Cedar Breaks areas. Snowmobiling is not permitted inside Bryce Canyon National Park.
Cross Country Skiing
Wind through forests of Ponderosa Pines and meadows and overlooks of Bryce Canyon. The groomed trails also interconnect with ski-set trails inside Bryce Canyon National Park. Cross country skiing is permitted inside Bryce Canyon National Park. Exploring the park on skis is one of the best ways to enjoy the peaceful, beautiful scenery and fresh clean air of Bryce. The canyon is especially beautiful in the winter.