The Lodge is only 20 minutes from the Meeks Cabin Parking Area.
There are approximately 80 miles of groomed snowmobile trails on the Nort Slope of the Uinta Mountains and Mirror Lake Scenic Byway (Highway 150) The following routes are groomed on a regular basis:
34 miles to the Mirror Lake Highway from the North Slope Parking Lot to Soapstone on the Kamas Ranger District.
7 miles of the Whitney Road from the highway to the Whitney GS
42 miles of the North Slope Road from the North Slope Parking Lot the Dead Horse Trailhead
6 mile to the Meek Cabin Reservoir Trailhead
In Addition, there are 165,000 acres open to snowmobiling on the Evanston-Mountain View Ranger District.
Snowmobiling season in Wyoming begins in mid-December and generally lasts until April. The best snowmobile conditions are found during January, February and March, but the trails are well-marked and groomed throughout the season. The early and late portions of the winter season are commonly quiet, offering travelers and easy-paced trail experience. In the mountain elevations, the area receives approximately 600 inches of snow and the average temperature is about 20 degrees F. Due to high elevations and mountainous terrain, weather in the area can be unpredictable. For current weather conditions, riders should contact the Wyoming Highway Department (road and travel report) at 888-996-7623.Wyoming Trail and Snowmobile Information