Located in Washington, the snowmobiling in Snoqualmie offers a half-dozen good snowmobiling options. The best Snoqualmie snowmobiling based on popularity are considered to be Mount Baker NRA SnoPark, John Wayne Pioneer Trail, Glacier Creek SnoPark, Anderson Creek SnoPark, and Canyon Creek SnoPark. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Snoqualmie snowmobiling trail below.
East of Bellingham and north of Concrete, the Mount Baker National Recreation Area SnoPark provides access to two trail systems, Schriebers Meadow and Blue Lake. The Schriebers Meadow system has 18 miles of groomed trail. The Blue Lake trail system has 16 miles of groomed trails.
East of Seattle, the 108 mile John Wayne Pioneer Trail is open to snowmobiling and follows the former roadbed of the Chicago-Milwaukee-St. Paul-Pacific Railroad stretching from the Cascades to the Idaho border. The 100-mile portion from Cedar Falls (near North Bend) to the Columbia River near Vantage is managed as Iron Horse State Park.