West Yellowstone Snowmobiling

The 2nd most popular snowmobile trail in Montana.

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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.

Overall, West Yellowstone is the 2nd most popular snowmobile trail of all 33 snowmobiling rides in Montana. Several of the better snowmobile trails are nearby West Yellowstone including Yellowstone National Park, Grand Loop Road, Togwotee / Gros Ventre and Big Sky Snowmobile Trail.

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Local Contact(s):  Gallatin National Forest (406) 823-6961; West Yellowstone Visitors (406) 646-7701; Montana Visitors (800) 847-4868; Yellowstone Expeditions (800) 728-9333; Rentals (406) 646-9332 or 646-7802; MT Avalanche Info (406) 587-6981

Best Season:  Dec. - Mar.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Stage Coach Inn (800) 842-2882; Hibernation Station (800) 580-3557; Yellowstone Lodge Motel (877) 239-9298

Luxury Loding:  Yellowstone Lodge (406) 646-0020; Mammoth Hot Springs (307) 344-7311; Old Faithful Snow Lodge (307) 344-7311

Breakfast Restaurant:  Running Bear Pancakes, West Yellowstone

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

Article Source:   Best West Yellowstone Snowmobiling Review https://www.trailsource.com/?type=SNOWMOBILING&id=13423

GPS:  44.663, -111.1

Date Published:  5/19/2016

Date Updated:  7/18/2016

ID:  13423

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