On Mountain Time

Utah ranks among the happiest and healthiest states in America. We’d like to think that is because the Wasatch Mountains and Heber Valley are the gateway to adventure! Whether bobsledding amid Olympic greatness or sipping hot cocoa aft er a morning of snowmobiling – we’ve got the goods for keeping you and your family in adventure mode.

While skis and snowboards may be one way for getting down our snowy mountains, snow tubing is another! Take a trip to Soldier Hollow in Wasatch State Park to cruise down the longest tubing lane in Utah, stretching 1200 feet.

Utah state parks offers an array of off-the-slopes winter activities sure to please. Snowshoeing is one of the best winter activities in Utah. It’s an easy and inexpensive way to get everyone out and enjoying Utah’s winter playground. Cross-country skiing is another way for the adventurer in you to explore the millions of acres of national forest in Utah. For Park City and Heber Valley visitors the Wasatch Mountain State Park and Jordanelle State Park have great trail systems for Nordic adventures. For a high-octane adventure, you can spend a day or a whole week exploring the myriad trails and backcountry on a Utah snowmobile vacation.

It doesn’t matter if you prefer downhill action or off-the-slope exploration, one thing we can guarantee is getting on Utah Mountain Time gives you more time to do it all!