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Surface:
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Last 24H: 0"
Last 0 Days: 0"
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  • Today
    Sunny
    59°
    High
    39°
    Low
  • Tomorrow
    Chance of a Thunderstorm
    61°
    High
    37°
    Low
  • Saturday
    Chance of a Thunderstorm
    59°
    High
    36°
    Low
  • Sunday
    Mostly Cloudy
    59°
    High
    36°
    Low
  • Monday
    Mostly Cloudy
    68°
    High
    45°
    Low
  • Tuesday
    Mostly Cloudy
    64°
    High
    27°
    Low
  • Wednesday
    Chance of Snow
    45°
    High
    27°
    Low
  • Thursday
    Chance of a Thunderstorm
    43°
    High
    30°
    Low
  • Friday
    Chance of a Thunderstorm
    48°
    High
    32°
    Low
  • Saturday
    Partly Cloudy
    55°
    High
    34°
    Low

Snow Total

242"
Season Total
0"
Summit Base Depth
0"
Mid-Mountain Base Depth

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Low Impact Recreation & Exploring the Outdoors

Low Impact Recreation & Exploring the Outdoors

Low Impact Recreation:

  1. Please respect the land: Please respect public and private property; stick to the trails and please don’t pick or trample plants.
  2. Please respect the wildlife: We share this mountain with the wildlife. Please observe animals from a respectful distance and don’t feed them.
  3. Please respect the resources: Carry out trash you bring in or any you encounter along the way.
  4. Please respect the resort: Heed posted signs as they are there to guide and inform you as well as to protect you. Please respect them and leave them in place for the benefit of others. Please hike and bike only on designated trails.
  5. Please respect the air: Consider carpooling to Canyons Resort.

Exploring the Outdoors: 

  1. As you explore the resort, you will encounter a wide variety of wildlife, plants and trees that are native to this mountain region. 
    • The Moose, our most frequently spotted mammal at the resort, likes to feed on twigs and bark and can be spotted in the forested areas. 
    • You’ll also encounter the Yellow-Bellied Marmot, Uinta Ground Squirrel and Mule Deer throughout the resort.  In the skies and treetops, keep a lookout for the Red-Tailed Hawk, Raven, Black-Billed Magpie and the American Robin. 
    • Remember, you should always keep a safe distance from animals and never feed them.
  2. There are over 100 native plants and trees within the resort, including Indian Paintbrush, Leafy Aster and Yarrow. 
    • Did you know? The inspiration for the orange in Canyons logo comes from the Indian Paintbrush plant.  Look for the small red/orange flowers around the resort! 
    • Make sure you avoid the Stinging Nettles; although it looks like a harmless hairy weed with little flowers, it has a nasty surprise.  When it comes in contact with bare skin the tiny hollow hairs break off and release an acid which irritates the skin and causes white, itchy spots to appear. It feels much like a bee sting and can last for hours or days.
  3. You will also find a number of different types of trees throughout the resort. 
    • Quaking Aspens are abundant at all elevations.  An interesting fact is that Aspens grow in clumps or "clones" that are genetically identical since stems are all attached to the same root system. 
    • As you gain elevation on the mountain, particularly in the Tombstone area, you will find a number of Pine and Fir Trees.