From the Parking Area, just head due west toward the mountain. The roads more than likely will be groomed or packed by snowmobiles (luckily this area doesn't seem to be overrun by them). In about 10-15 minutes you'll reach an "intersection" of sorts. Generally speaking, you don't need much more guidance -- either head for the slopes, or follow the roads wherever you feel like. But here are my notes on the area...
Telemark Skiing or Snowshoeing: Going straight ahead towards the mountain for about 10 minutes brings you to a Trailhead sign. The Great Western Trail runs through here as well (profiled on the trailhead map), going up to the summit ridge and down the Skyline Trail to North Odgen Pass. From the Trailhead, I followed existing snowshoe/ski tracks upslope for about 1/2 to 3/4 mile (about 300 ft elevation gain), to a nice north-facing slope and got in a few turns, in excellent powder snow considering recent warm weather and elevation. The tracks followed the summer trail route, which probably is the easiest and safest way to go up, especially if you're headed up higher.
XC Skiing or Camping: At the intersection, the main road runs north/south right at the base of the mountain. Going left (south), the road goes over steeper/more hilly terrain. Going right (north) had more gently sloped roads. I skiid up this northerly road for an hour before turning around, but the road appears to keep going for a good while. Also about 45 minutes up the road another side road takes off to your left, going up a small side canyon. This might be an excellent out-of-the-way winter camping area. I imagine there are other similar places further up the road as well.
For more info on trails in the area, contact the U.S. Forest Service at (801)625-5306.