Located in North America, the snowmobiling in US offers over thirty snowmobile trail rides from which to choose. The best US snowmobiling based on popularity are can be found in New York, Wisconsin, Colorado, New Hampshire, and Washington. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a US snowmobiling region below.
On the Illinois Canal State Trail, snowmobilers may use 61 miles of groomed trails following the canal towpath which is open 24 hours a day after a 4 inch accumulated packed base. The snowmobiling access points with parking for the Illinois Canal State Trail are located at Buffalo Rock, Gebhard Woods and Channahon state parks.
In the north central part of the state is the Peace Garden Trail which runs through the Turtle Mountains creating a beautiful scenic snowmobile ride. The Peace Garden Trail Association has 350 miles of marked groomed snowmobile trails. This trail system connects with the Canadian trail system at Carbury Port and at the Peace Gardens. The International Peace Gardens and the Lake Metigoshe State Park are located on the trail system.
North of Weld, the 5,000 acre Mount Blue State Park has 35 miles of challenging snowmobiling trails through Maines rugged western mountains. The snowmobile trails connect with ITS89 and Avon. Keep an eye out for moose and other wildlife.
North of La Grange in southeastern Wisconsin, the 21,000 acre Southern Unit of Kettle Moraine State Forest has a 51 mile Horse-Snowmobile Trail. The route is blazed with orange diamond markers. The snowmobiling trail is divided into several distinct systems.
Northwest of Truckee and west of Sierraville, the Little Truckee Summit - Yuba Pass Winter Trail System has over 150 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. These trails are maintained by the California/Nevada Snowmobile Association.
Northeast of Mammoth Lakes, the Orange Diamond Trail System are 200 miles of groomed snowmobile trails across elevations from 7,000 to 10,400 feet. The trails are blazed with orange markers, and many of the routes are groomed. There is a variety of trerrain from forested snow-covered roads to open play areas.
Near West Yellowstone in the Gallatin National Forest, there are hundreds of miles of groomed snowmobile trails at elevations ranging from 6,700 to 10,000 feet. This region is very popular due to trips into Yellowston National Park on closed park roads past thermal features and wildlife.
East of Logan in Bridgerland, the Hardware Range / Monte Cristo snowmobile complex is extremely popular with regional sledheads for awesome boondocking. This snowmobile complex has 180 miles of well-groomed routes. There are several snowmobiling trailheads for Monte Cristo / Hardware Ranch Complex - South, providing access to this complex.
Northwest of Marquette near the town of Houghton, the Houghton County area has a 177 mile snowmobile trail network. The Houghton County snowmobile trails are part of the Michigan snowmobiling trail network and there are four nice loops within the county. These trails are regularly groomed.
Northwest of Marquette and northeast of Houghton on the upper peninsula, the Keweenaw Peninsula juts 100 miles into Lake Superior and has 233 miles of excellent groomed snowmobile trails. Don't miss riding the snowmobiling on Bill Nichols Trail or the awesome views from the Brockway Mountain Trail.