Casper Mountain Snowmobiling

South of Casper in the Medicine Bow National Forest, the Casper Mountain / Muddy Mountain area has 46 miles of groomed snowmobile trails at elevations ranging from 7,000 to 8,000 feet. In addition, there are extensive ungroomed play areas along the route from Bear Trap Meadows east to the Ponderosa Warming Hut and also to the south to the Muddy Mountain Warming Hut. The peak time to snowmobile at Casper Mountain is February.

To reach the Bear Trap Meadows snowmobiling parking area from Casper, head south on SR251 for about 10 miles.

Cooked Pine Loop (A) - 3.2 miles

Old Mine Trail (AA) - 1.3 miles

Starwallow Trail / Mills to Chuddy Mtn Trail Ā© - 8.1 miles

Aspen Trail (CC) - 3 miles

East End Road/Ponderosa Road/Pitchpin Canyon Trail (D) - 11.3 miles

Tepee Canyon Trail (T) - 2.5 miles

Lookout Trail Loop (F) - 3 miles

Circle Drive (LL) - 3.3 miles

Lower Bench Loop (M) - 7 miles

Gazebo Loop (N) - 2.3 miles

Corral Creek Loop (O) - 8.1 miles

Note: 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. Decals may be purchased by calling (877) 996-7275.

Casper Mountain Snowmobiling Map



Local Contact(s):  Local Visitors (800) 852-1889; Wyoming Tourism (307) 777-7777; Wyoming Snowmobile Assoc. (307) 733-7359; Casper Mountain Motorsports, Casper (307) 266-4930.

Best Season:  Dec. - Mar.

Average Difficulty:  Moderate

Base Camp:  Medicine Bow Lodge (307) 326-5349; Mountain Meadow Cabins (307) 742-6042

Luxury Loding:  Snowy Mountain Lodge (866) GO-SNOWY

Date Published:  

Date Updated:  7/17/2016

Casper Mountain Snowmobiling Map


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