Trails and Maps

Drive Times

FROM EVANSTON, WY
Approximate Drive Times (Assuming good road conditions)
Summer:  30 min.    Winter:  30 min.

FROM PARK CITY, UT
Approximate Drive Times (Assuming good road conditions)
Summer:  85 min.    **Winter:  85 min. (Through Evanston)

FROM HEBER CITY, UT
Approximate Drive Times (Assuming good road conditions)
Summer:  90 min.    **Winter:  1 hr., 40 min. (Through Evanston)

FROM SALT LAKE CITY, UT
Approximate Drive Times (Assuming good road conditions)
Summer:  2 hrs.    **Winter:  2 hrs. (Through Evanston)

**Please note: Highway 150 is open for road traffic only during the summer and fall each year. If you are driving to the Lodge between
Thanksgiving and Memorial Day (late November through late May), please route your trip through Evanston, WY

Trail Etiquette

To better enjoy your winter experience and that of others, please follow these guidelines.
 
* All of our groomed trails are two way trails – people can travel either direction
* Always yeild to the downhill skier by stepping off the trail
* Stay to the right of the trail as you travel
* Avoid stopping where others cannot see you – blind corners and trail intersections
* Those pulling sleds, please do not use the ski tracks (these are the parallel lanes set for cross-country skiing)
* Snowshoers are also asked not to use the ski tracks
* Observe any posted and closed signs
* Do not assume that motorized user will yield to non-motorized users
* If you encounter snowmobiles in the ski area, be polite and educate why this is a closed area

Dogs on the trail:
* Keep your dog under control at all times. Carry a leash and use it when necessary. Be considerate of other trail users, (not all skiers are happy to see dogs on the trail)
* Try to limit two dogs per group. Dog packs cause more problems and congestion on the trails.
* Clean up after your dog. Carry a small shovel or plastic baggie to scoop and flick dog waste off the trail.

Be a good ambassador for the sport of cross-country skiing, help others who do not know.
Lily Lake Trail Map