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Full sized 2013-2014 Snowmobile Maps (25" x 24"). (PDF Format)

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Black Hills, Bear Lodge and Beartooth
Black Hills
This trail system is maintained through cooperative efforts of the Wyoming Department of State Parks & Cultural Resources, Division of State Parks, Historic Sites & Trails; the U.S. Forest Service and South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks. Fifty-five miles of groomed trail connecting to the Black Hills system in South Dakota. Facilities and services available along the trail and in Sundance and Newcastle. Rentals are available at Dampier’s Lodge and Trailshead Lodge. Expect snow depths from 1 feet to 4 feet.

Elevations: 5,000 feet to 7,000 feet
Season: December 15 through March 15 - WEATHER PERMITTING
Season temperatures: +40° F to -20° F

Bear Lodge
This trail system is maintained through cooperative efforts of the Wyoming Department of State Parks & Cultural Resources, Division of State Parks, Historic Sites & Trails, the U.S. Forest Service, and local snowmobile clubs and trails.

Seventy-eight miles of groomed, and 9 miles of ungroomed trails located north of Sundance. Machine services and repair available in Sundance. Food and lodging in Sundance and Hulett. Snow depths average 1 feet to 4 feet.

Elevations: 5,000 feet to 7,000 feet
Season: December 15 through March 15 - WEATHER PERMITTING
Season Temperatures: +40° F to -20° F

Beartooth Mountains
This trail system is maintained through cooperative efforts of the Wyoming Department of State Parks & Cultural Resources, Division of State Parks, Historic Sites & Trails; the U.S. Forest Service and the local snowmobile club.

The system includes 30 miles of groomed trails and 34 miles of ungroomed trails. The grooming season runs December through March but excellent spring riding continues through May. Spectacular scenery highlights the link between Cooke City and Red Lodge, Montana. Three to ten feet of packed powder remains through the season. Complete facilities and services are available in Cody, Powell and Cooke City. Rentals available in Cody and Cooke City.

Elevations: 7,500 feet to 11,000 feet
Season: December 15 through March 15 - WEATHER PERMITTING
Season temperatures: +30° F to -30°

Bighorns
This trail system is maintained through cooperative efforts of the Wyoming Department of State Park & Cultural Resources-Division of State Parks & Historic Sites, the U.S. Forest Service and local snowmobile clubs.

North
One hundred ninty-three miles of well-marked and groomed trails; additional 22 miles of ungroomed trails and thousands of acres of unbroken powder meadows. Gas, food and lodging available in most trail areas. Complete facilities and services in Sheridan, Greybull and Lovell. Rentals available in Sheridan and at Bear Lodge Resort. Snow depths vary from 1 to 10 feet.

Elevations: 7,500 feet to 10,000 feet
Season: December 15 through March 15 - WEATHER PERMITTING

South
One hundred forty-nine miles of well-marked and groomed trails and 27 miles of ungroomed but signed trails; international signage. Route closely follows U.S. 16 over Big Horn Mountains. Gas, food and limited lodging at both ends of trail system. Complete facilities and services available in Buffalo and Worland. Rentals available at Big Horn Mtn. Resorts, South Fork Inn and Deer Haven Lodge. Snow depths average 1 to 6 feet.

Elevations: 6,000 feet to 10,000 feet
Season: December 15 through March 15 - WEATHER PERMITTING
Season temperatures: +30° F to -20° F

North Wyoming Range
The Wyoming Range trail system is maintained through cooperative efforts of the Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources/Division of State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails, the U.S. Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management, Lincoln County and local snowmobile clubs.

The Wyoming Range is the area between Alpine and Kemmerer. This area has approximately 337 miles of trails. The main trails are groomed every week and the secondary trails are groomed every other week or as needed. Snowmobiling is allowed in Alpine, Afton and Kemmerer, Pinedale, Big Piney and LaBarge all offer access to trailheads on the east side of the range. This area offers deep snow, beautiful scenery and fantastic off-trail riding. Rentals are available in Pinedale, Alpine and Thayne. Snow depths run from 3 feet to 12 feet.

Elevations: 6,000 feet to 10,000 feet
Season: December 15 through March 15 - WEATHER PERMITTING
Season temperatures: +30 degrees F to -30 degrees F

South Wyoming Range and Uintas
The Wyoming Range trail system is maintained through cooperative efforts of the Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources/Division of State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails, the U.S. Forest Service, the Bureau of Land Management, Lincoln County and local snowmobile clubs.

The Wyoming Range is the area between Alpine and Kemmerer. This area has approximately 337 miles of trails. The main trails are groomed every week and the secondary trails are groomed every other week or as needed. Snowmobiling is allowed in Alpine, Afton and Kemmerer, Pinedale, Big Piney and LaBarge all offer access to trailheads on the east side of the range. This area offers deep snow, beautiful scenery and fantastic off-trail riding. Rentals are available in Pinedale, Alpine and Thayne. Snow depths run from 3 feet to 12 feet.

Elevations: 6,000 feet to 10,000 feet
Season: December 15 through March 15 - WEATHER PERMITTING
Season temperatures: +30 degrees F to -30 degrees F

Casper and Sierra Madres
Casper Mountain
This trail system is maintained through cooperative efforts of the Wyoming Department of State Parks & Cultural Resources, Division of State Parks, Historic Sites & Trails; the Bureau of Land Management; Natrona County and the local snowmobile club.

This system holds forty-six miles of marked, groomed trails with international signage, including extensive ungroomed play areas. Complete facilities and services available in Casper. Snow depths can range from 1 foot to 3 feet.

Elevations: 7,000 feet to 7,800 feet.
Season: December 15 through March 15 - WEATHER PERMITTING
Season temperatures: +40° F to -20° F

Sierra Madres
This trail system is maintained through cooperative efforts of the Wyoming Department of State Parks & Cultural Resources, Division of State Parks, Historic Sites & Trails; the U.S. Forest Service and the local snowmobile club.

This system holds fifty miles of groomed and 60 miles of ungroomed trails. There are facilities and services at Encampment. Snow depths range from 2 feet to 8 feet.

Elevations: 7,000 feet to 10,000 feet
Season: December 15 through March 15 - WEATHER PERMITTING
Season Temperatures: +30° F to -30° F

Snowy Range This trail system is maintained through cooperative efforts of the Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources, Division of State Parks, Historic Sites & Trails; the U.S. Forest Service and local snowmobile clubs.

Full services are available in Laramie, Saratoga and Rawlins. Limited facilities are available in the mountains. Guided tours/rentals are available in Laramie and on the mountain. Snow depths of 12 feet are possible.

Elevations: 7,000 feet to 11,000 feet
Season: December 15 through March 15 - WEATHER PERMITTING
Season Temps: +30 degrees F to -30 degrees F

North Continental Divide
South Continental Divide
This trail system is maintained through cooperative efforts of the Wyoming Department of State Parks & Cultural Resources Division of State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails; the U.S. Forest Service; the Bureau of Land Management and local snowmobile clubs.

The Continental Divide Area follows the Wind River Range and includes trail systems in the Lander, Pinedale, Dubois, Togwotee Pass and Gros Ventre areas. The Continental Divide Snowmobile Trail (CDST) runs from Lander (the southeast end) to West Yellowstone (the northwest end). It generally parallels the Continental Divide and actually crosses the divide four times. The variety of terrain, trail, snow and scenery is unequaled anywhere else.

You have two options for travel in this area. One option is to proceed west into Idaho, and then north to West Yellowstone, Montana. This section of the trail is 95 miles, making the total distance between Lander, Wyoming and West Yellowstone, Montana a total of 365 miles. Or, you can proceed north through Yellowstone National Park via Old Faithful and into West Yellowstone. This route is 74 miles.

The Lander area has 75 miles of trails through scenic-forested mountains. Excellent ice fishing can be enjoyed in beautiful mountain lakes along the trails. Average snow depth runs from three to six feet. Complete services and facilities are available in Lander and gas, food and lodging are available in the South Pass area.

The trail between Lander and Pinedale is extremely varied. Expect high mountains with scenic views. Visibility up to 150 miles is possible. Dense forest trails with snow-covered trees take riders from one huge open play area to another with six to eight feet of snow depth. The trail from Irish Canyon Trailhead to Pinedale (approximately 30 miles) is in the highway right-of-way, but even this section is beautiful and fun to ride. Low snow conditions are possible in the Boulder to Pinedale section. It is another 12 miles into Pinedale. The longest stretch between fuel stops is between the Lander trailheads and Boulder (approximately 90 miles). Snowmobiling is allowed in Pinedale with the restriction that you can cross Main Street but cannot ride down the street.

From Pinedale north to the Upper Green River Trailhead, the CDST is in the highway right-of-way again for about 30 miles. The Pinedale area trail system has 135 miles of trail through some of the most scenic country in the West. The snow at the higher elevations can be six to eight feet deep. All services are available in Pinedale and gas, food, lodging, rentals and guides are found close to the Upper Green River Trailhead.

The Dubois area boasts of some of the best and most scenic riding in the world on 150 miles of beautiful trails and thousands of acres of off-trail riding. Snow conditions are good with a snow depth of from one to ten feet and one of the longest seasons. All services can be found in Dubois as well as gas, food, lodging, rentals and guides along the CDST north of Dubois.

The Gros Ventre area has approximately 70 miles of groomed trail and is located just east of the Tetons. This trail system provides easy access to the Togwotee, Dubois and Pinedale areas from Jackson. The parking area at Lower Slide Lake is 20 miles from Jackson. Snowmobiling is restricted to the trail in most places because this is a very sensitive wildlife area. Please note and obey restrictions as posted on the trail. The Gros Ventre Valley is very special with spectacular views of the Tetons and the possibility of seeing elk, moose, deer, mountain sheep, coyotes and bobcats. The lower end of the trail can experience low snow conditions. At higher elevations, it can reach five feet.

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