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In spring, summer and fall, Tibble Fork is crowded with photographers snapping incredible pictures. Why? Because it's insanely beautiful up there! We've been up there to take pictures plenty of times so when we heard you could go sledding there in the Winter we immediately added it to our Winter Bucket list.

It's a little bit of a drive but I promise you it's worth it!

The scenery is breathtaking but that's not the only reason Tibble Fork makes for an awesome sledding hill.

There are a few different areas all around Tibble Fork that you can choose to sled. Each area is a different skill level. I love that you can take a range of ages and everyone can have fun.

My kids loved this long, gradual hill the best.

We also loved the fact that there was an area just off to the side of the hill where I could safely sit and watch with the baby. My oldest loved this area for making snow angels while she waited for her turn.

It is perfectly dreaming up at Tibble Fork always but especially in the Winter. We hope to see you on the sledding hill.

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Helpful Tips
  • Tibble Fork is up American Fork canyon. Just type in Tibble fork into your gps, it'll lead you right there.
  • All the roads to get there are well paced and cleared so you should have no problem getting there. Our mini van made the trip just fine.
  • The canyon fee is $6 per car
  • Latrines available
  • Lots of parking
  • The long, gradual slope is on the south side of the bridge.

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