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Wyoming Snowmobile Trails & Information
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Snowmobile Region Map
Wyoming has over 2000 miles of groomed and ungroomed trails.
The majority of the these trails are signed. Within our system we have a great diversity of trail riding and scenic qualities. There are numerous meadows with powder riding throughout the system. Snowmobile trail grooming season is generally mid- December through April 1, pending adequate snowfall and available funding.
Snow Reports are available through this site and will be posted each Wednesday by noon. Our system includes eleven major areas and fall within four regions which includes geographic locations such as Northern, Continental Divide, Southwest, and Southeast. Each of these areas have unique qualities. Please refer to the region map for more information.
Wyoming law requires that all snowmobiles must have either a current Wyoming Resident or Nonresident user fee decal prominently displayed on the outside of each snowmobile. Each permit is thirty-five dollars ($35.00) and may be purchased at one of the several Permit Selling Agents located throughout the state. Additionally all commercial snowmobile operated in the State of Wyoming must have a commercial permit, which is one hundred five ($105.00) dollars. Commercial permits must be purchased through our Cheyenne office.
There are several on-trail businesses that cater to winter recreation. Many of these businesses provide lodging, food, snowmobile rentals, guide services, and much more. Other services are available in cities surrounding snowmobiling areas. Also included in this site is safety information. Please be considerate of other trail users. Remember everyone is out to have fun. Enjoy your experience in Wyoming. Please check out the Road Reports prior to your departure. If you have any questions about snowmobiling in Wyoming, please e-mail us.
Safey & Education
Grooming operations will begin in most areas by mid– December, trails are maintained through April 1 providing there is adequate snowfall, use and available funding. Please call 307-335-8229 with questions.