Big Sky Snowmobile Trail

The 9th most popular snowmobile trail in Montana.

  Yellowstone, Montana, US


  August 15, 2016

South of Bozeman and north of West Yellowstone, the Big Sky Snowmobile Trail is a 120 mile groomed snowmobiling trail system. The trail runs from Bozeman to West Yellowstone, and range from 4,750 to 9,500 feet. South of Big Sky, Buck Creek Ridge provides miles of excellent play area. North of Big Sky, there are the Brackett-Fairy Lake and Olsen Creek-Bangtail Ridge trails. There are five main snowmobiling access points for the Big Sky Snowmobile Trail.

Overall, Big Sky Snowmobile Trail is the 9th most popular snowmobile trail of all 33 snowmobiling rides in Montana. Several of the better snowmobile trails are nearby Big Sky Snowmobile Trail including West Yellowstone, Togwotee / Gros Ventre, Yellowstone National Park and Grand Loop Road.

Local Contacts:  Gallatin National Forest (406) 823-6961; West Yellowstone Visitors (406) 646-7701; Montana Visitors (800) 847-4868; Rentals (406) 646-9332 or 646-7802; MT Avalanche Info (406) 587-6981; Gallatin Valley Snowmobile Assn (406) 586-3437

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

Date Published:  5/19/2016

Date Updated:  8/15/2016

ID:  17004

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