PARK CITY, Utah — Swaner Preserve reported that in recent weeks there have been cross country skiers, backcountry skiers testing gear, and on Wednesday morning a kite skier going back and forth from Cutter Lane to N Old Ranch Road.
The south side of the Preserve (wetland meadow south of I-80) is not open to public access, unless you’re a volunter or on a guided tour.
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• The Preserve is protected under conservation easements and some areas are not open to the public to provide a safe habitat for wildlife. Human activity can affect animals—especially during these winter months when resources are hard to come by. Even if you don’t see wildlife, they are out there.
• If you would like to access the Preserve, try a guided nature walk, volunteer project, or the 10 miles of trails from the Spring Creek Trailhead! Go to the link in our bio for more info.
• Our staff accesses the Preserve at all times of year-sometimes on snowshoes or skis. If you have a question of if a person should be on the Preserve or not, don’t hesitate to ask them or call our front desk at 435-649-1767.