Cottonwood canyons road Resources //

Welcome to the Cottonwood Canyons resource page. Here you will find visuals such as the milepost landmark map, the Station 233 snow plow route, and other resources related to UDOT’s road operations in the Cottonwood Canyons.

Cottonwood Canyons Milepost Landmarks

For those that are frequent travelers through of the Cottonwood Canyons, many landmarks or slide zones areas that we refer to in our social media posts for updates, slides, or crashes (7 Turns, Tanners Hill, S Turns, Torpedo Hill, etc.) are familiar, but for others who are new to traveling in the canyons, that is not always the case. 
 
We’ve put together an interactive map that points to all of these landmarks in each canyon. The blue dots will give you the name and a link to the Google street view. 

Are You Ready For Winter Driving?

The Utah Department of Transportaiont (UDOT) wants you and your family to stay safe on the roads this winter. By follwing these tips and advice, you’ll be ready for winter driving. And don’t forget: Ice and Snow, Take it Slow!

You can open the PDF below to find winter driving tips in four areas:

  • Be Prepared
  • Be Aware
  • Be Cautious
  • Staying Safe Around Snowplows

Winter Weather Maintenance and Snow Plow Information

UDOT strives to provide the public with safe and clear roads. There are a variety of factors that may impact the condition of a road, including:

  • Rate of snowfall
  • Type of snowfall
  • Anti-icing strategies
  • Weather forecasts
  • Winter storm maintenance standards

Actual plow routes and equipment assignments are determined by UDOT’s Distric Engineers using the winter storm maintenance standards. Maintenance stations will provide normal services as soon as available resources permit during unusual or extreme winter conditions.

Snow Plow Route Map

Cottonwood Canyons Snowplow Route Map