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Wasatch County offers an abundance of outdoor recreational opportunities.  There are miles of trails for the hiker, biker, or cross-country skier.  Much of Wasatch County is under the management of the Uintah National Forest you can contact them at (435) 654-0470.  The most well known trails are listed below.

Wasatch County Trails

Wasatch Mountain State Park:   Located near Midway, the park attracts both summer and winter activities.  Contact:  (435) 654-1791.   www.stateparks.utah.gov 

 

Soldier Hollow:  More than 16 miles of developed trails provide year-round opportunities for all levels.  Try cross-country skiing or snowshoeing on the 2002 Soldier Hollow ski course.  After the snow melts, the trails are open to hikers and mountain bikers.  Contact:  (435) 654-2002.   Soldier Hollow Resort

 

 
 
 
Heber Ranger District/Daniels Canyon/ Strawberry Reservoir:    Recreational opportunities are year round.  There are a total of 211 miles of hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, and OHV trails.  Winter offers over 200 miles of groomed snowmobile trails and 20 miles of groomed cross-country ski, snowshoe trails and ice fishing.  Strawberry Reservoir is located 23 miles southeast of Heber City on US Highway 40, the surrounding area offers many trails.  Contact the Heber Ranger District at (435) 654-0470, or the USFS Strawberry Visitor Center at (435) 548-2321.  Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest
 
 
  
Jordanelle Reservoir State Park:   Located between Park City and Heber City, the park offers two separate areas for hiking and mountain biking.  Hailstone, located on the west shore of the reservoir off U.S. Highway 40, offers year-round hiking and biking.  Rock Cliff, located on the Provo River two miles west of Francis on State Route 32 also offers trails. Contact:  (435) 783-3030. www.stateparks.utah.gov
 
 
 

Historic Union Pacific Trail:  Extending from Park City to Echo, this historic trail offers 28 miles of scenic trail on a former railroad corridor. 

Contact:  Mountain Trails Foundation (435) 649-6839.  www.mountaintrails.org

 

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