LOGAN — The Logan Ranger District of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest invites the public to Winter Trails Day. The purpose of Winter Trails Day is to offer people of all ages and abilities an opportunity to get outside in the winter.
The event will take place Saturday, Jan. 12, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Sinks Winter Trailhead, which is located approximately 28.6 miles east of the Logan Ranger District office on U.S. 89. Participants can enjoy snowshoe hikes, accessible recreation using adaptive equipment and cross-country ski demos. Equipment will be available for use at the event. Avalanche awareness also will be addressed.
The event is free of charge. Participants should wear warm clothing and snow boots. For more information, contact Lisa Thompson at email@example.com or 801-690-4287 or visit the website www.snowlink.com.
- Atheists, Mormon scholars talk religion
- At UVU, Elder Oaks sees hope despite...
- Autopsies of 7 infants completed; police...
- Graphic video shows 7 shots fired without...
- LDS Church reaffirms stance on immigration
- Judge orders girl to stand trial for...
- Utah, Oklahoma same-sex marriage cases on...
- Top Ten Spring Activities for Utah Families
- LDS Church reaffirms stance on immigration 104
- Atheists, Mormon scholars talk religion 76
- 7 dead babies found in Pleasant Grove... 75
- At UVU, Elder Oaks sees hope despite... 61
- Utah, Oklahoma same-sex marriage cases... 43
- U., Ute Tribe reach agreement on... 37
- Doug Robinson: The first kiss and the... 24
- Mom accused of killing 6 newborns held... 24