Snowshoe Hike at Wasatch Mountain State Park

A group of people hike with snowshoes among trees in the Winter.

Join us for our annual snowshoe hike at Wasatch Mountain State Park on February 17th at 10:00am! During this hike, our tree experts will help you learn how to identify several tree species that are common throughout the Wasatch Range.

We will meet at the Wasatch Mountain State Park Visitor Center (1281 Warm Springs Road, Midway, UT 84049). There is limited parking at the visitor center, so please car pool if possible. When everyone has arrived, we will shuttle to the trailhead together. We should finish the hike by 1:00pm.

There is a suggested donation of $10 for this event. This donation can be made ahead of time online at the link below or day-of in cash.

Donation link:

So we know to expect you, please fill out our volunteer waiver here:

Before heading up to join us for the hike, it is a good idea to check the forecast beforehand, so you can dress comfortably for the day's forecasted temperatures and weather. We also recommend bringing a reusable water bottle - although it's Winter, it's still important to stay hydrated on a hike!

If you do not have your own snowshoes, snowshoes are available to rent at the visitor center for $10.

Event Information

Event Date 02-17-2024 10:00 am
Location Wasatch Mountain State Park

Everyone can help

TreeUtah is dedicated to making our events accessible to everyone. Planting trees might sound intimidating, but it’s a task anyone can help with! Our events are open to everyone across the spectrums of age, experience, and abilities. Whether you show up to lend your hands to dig holes, your eyes to ensure trees are upright, or your voice to keep us encouraged, you are welcome to plant trees with TreeUtah. If you want to plant trees with us, we will work with you to accommodate your needs and we will be happy to have you join us!