Snowy Range Snowmobiling

Snowmobiling in Snowy Range

The Snowy Range has more than 166 miles of groomed trails and 136 miles of ungroomed, but signed, trails. Numerous meadows with deep powder snow attract riders along the entire system. Unlimited public land is available for great snowmobiling throughout the entire Medicine Bow National Forest.

Full services can be found in Laramie, Saratoga and Rawlins. Limited facilities and services are available along the trail, however, food, lodging, fuel and restrooms are readily available. Other attractions include scenic lookouts and warming huts. Guides, tours and rentals are available in Laramie and the Snowy Range Ski area. There are 12 permit-selling agents located in this area to meet your needs. Six roadside parking areas are available that provide easy access on and off the trail.

Elevations: 7,000 feet to 11,000 feet
Season: November through May
Season Temperature: +30 F to -30 F

This trail system (see map) is maintained through cooperative efforts of the Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources/Division of State Parks and Historic Sites, the U.S. Forest Service and the local snowmobile club.

Questions and comments may be directed to:

Special Links:
Trail Map

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