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Get up to speed before you hit the road!

Winter weather driving can be challenging, especially in our canyon. Check out these quick tips to make sure you’re ready to roll.

Winter driving tips


It happens every year. The snow starts piling up, and skiers and boarders let their stoke get the best of them and forget the basics of winter driving. Don’t let your thirst for powder derail your next visit before you even get here.

Plan Ahead!

Before traveling to Lee Canyon, check NV Roads for the latest traffic conditions, road weather conditions, closures, tire restrictions, and more.

Check the Forecast

In the days leading up to your trip, it’s essential to monitor the weather forecast. Conditions change fast up in the mountains & regularly checking the forecast is a great habit to make part of your routine. See our weather forecast here.

Keep the Following Items in Your Car

Before you leave home, make sure your car has a full tank of gas & you have the following items: proper traction devices, warm clothes, extra food & water, phone charger.

Follow These Winter Driving Tips

  • Leave plenty of time to reach your destination safely.
  • On snow and ice, go slowly, no matter what type of vehicle you drive.
  • Leave extra room between you and the vehicle in front of you.
  • Brake early, brake slowly, brake correctly, and never slam on the brakes.
  • Maintain a safe distance behind snow plows and do not pass them.

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