Three Creeks-Junction Snowmobile Complex
Three Creek-Junction Complex Map (pdf, 929k)
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Three Creeks/Junction Snowmobile Complex provides outstanding snowmobiling opportunities from December through March. Elevations reach 11,500 feet above sea level, leading to a breathtaking scenic panorama. These trails provide access to winter scenery and enjoyable play areas. The vast expanse of the Sevier Plateau and the beauty of the Tushar Mountains offer excellent snowmobiling and are sights not soon forgotten.
Access to the complex trail is provided by three major trailheads. Services along these trails are limited, and snowmobilers should take extra food and fuel. Below are specific items of interest about trails of Three Creeks/Junction Snowmobile Complex. Check with local U.S. Forest Service offices for trail guides and travel maps of ungroomed trails and other areas open to snowmobile use.
Three Creeks/Junction Trail (D)
This trail provides easy access to Big Flat, one of the region's most well-known and beloved winter play areas. Accessed by the Puffer Lake Trailhead, this trail provides outstanding snowmobiling opportunities. Accessing this trail from Junction Trailhead offers a somewhat steeper climb to the top of Beaver Mountain. Several moderately steep switchbacks reward riders with beautiful views of the surrounding valleys and Piute Reservoir.
Kent's Lake Trail (E)
Beautiful canyon riding and gradual climbing make Kent's Lake Trail a favorite of many riders. This well-groomed trail features twists and turns for riders experiencing the Tushar Mountains. Expansive play areas can be found near the junction of Kent's Lake and Three Creeks trails.
Three Creeks/Junction Map Key
D. Three Creeks/Junction 17 Miles
E. Kents Lake 15.7 Miles
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