Seeley Lake Snowmobiling

The 5th most popular snowmobile trail in Montana.

North of Missoula tucked between the Mission Mountains and the Swan Range on scenic MT 83, Seeley Lake is one of western Montanas most popular year-round recreation areas with over 230 miles of snowmobile routes at elevations ranging from 4,200 to 7,100 feet. Starting from town, snowmobilers can fan out in nearly every direction to scenic lookouts, cozy lodges, cafes and backcountry lakes for ice fishing.

Popular trails include Double Arrow Lookout, with views of the Swan Range and Clearwater Valley; Elsina Lake, site of Sunday cookouts with the Seeley Lake Driftriders Snowmobile Club; Seeley Lake-Ovando, a favorite for those who like to dine and dash; Marshall Lake, a scenic 15-mile loop and Holland Lake, a high elevation ride that rewards its finishers with a friendly lodge and cabins on a beautiful lake.

Overall, Seeley Lake is the 5th most popular snowmobile trail of all 33 snowmobiling rides in Montana.

Seeley Lake Snowmobiling Map

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Local Contact(s):  Lolo National Forest (406) 677-2233; High Basin Sports (406) 677-3605; Montana Visitors (800) 847-4868; Seeley Chamber (406) 677-2880; Montana Snowmobile Assoc. (406) 264-5393; MT Avalanche Info (406) 587-6981.

Best Season:  Dec. - Mar.

Average Difficulty:  Mixed

Base Camp:  Placid Lake State Park CG; Pines Hide Away; Rich Ranch (406) 677-2317

Luxury Loding:  Double Arrow Lodge (800) 468-0777; Lodges at Seeley Lake (800) 677-2376; Bob Marshall Wilderness Ranch (406) 745-4466

Breakfast Restaurant:  Elkhorn

Reference Source:  click here http://www.fs.usda.gov/lolo/

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Date Updated:  7/26/2016

ID:  13218

Seeley Lake Snowmobiling Map

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