Best Jackson Hole Snowmobiling

The 2nd most popular snowmobile trail in Wyoming.

  Wyoming, US


  July 1, 2016

Northeast of Jackson in the Bridger-Teton National Forest, there are 17 miles of groomed snowmobile trails at elevations ranging from 6,500 to 9,000 feet.

To reach the Lower Slide Lake snowmobiling trailhead from Jackson, head north on US26 towards Moose Junction. At Gros Ventre Junction, turn right on Gros Ventre Road to Kelly. In Kelly, veer left and then turn right still following Gros Ventre Road to the Lower Slide Lake parking area. A 4WD vehicle is highly recommended. Keep an eye out for moose, elk and buffalo on the road.

Tip - When snowmobiling Jackson Hole, the State of Wyoming requires residents and non-residents to display an annual Wyoming snowmobile registration decal. The annual fee revenues are used by the Snowmobile Trails Fund for trail grooming and maintenance. The decals may be purchased by calling (877) 996-7275.

Overall, Jackson Hole is the 2nd most popular snowmobile trail of all 16 snowmobiling rides in Wyoming.

Local Contacts:  Bridger-Teton National Forest (307) 739-5500; Local Tourism (307) 733-3316; Wyoming Tourism (307) 777-7777; Avalanche Report (307) 733-2664.

Best Season:  Dec. - Mar.

Base Camp:  Rusty Parrot Lodge (800) 458-2004; Alpine House; HostelX (307) 733-3415

Luxury Loding:  Teton Tree House, Wilson (307) 733-3233; Snake River Lodge (800) 445-4655; Amangani (877) 734-7333

Breakfast Restaurant:  Jedadiah's; Snake River Inn; Shades Cafe

Reference Source:  click here

GPS:  43.6384, -110.5222

Date Published:  5/19/2016

Date Updated:  7/1/2016

ID:  13433

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