Located in the US, the snowmobiling in Colorado offers over twenty awesome snowmobile riding trails. The best Colorado snowmobiling based on popularity are considered to be Kebler Pass, Winter Park, Rabbit Ears Pass, Grand Lake, and Monarch Pass. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Colorado snowmobiling trail below.
West of Denver and east of Vail, the Vail Pass area has moderate to varying terrain with steep and deep snow for snowmobiling. There are snowmobile trails and open powder fields. There is a parking area and a small fee to help maintain the Vail Pass snowmobiling trails.
West of Salida, the Monarch Pass snowmobiling area has hundreds of miles of groomed and ungroomed terrain. Look for a snowmobile trailhead for the Monarch Pass Snowmobile Area at Old Monarch Pass.
North of Kremmling and east of Steamboat Springs, the Rabbit Ears Pass snowmobiling area has 250 miles of groomed snowmobile trails at elevations ranging from 8,000 to 10,000 feet. The snowmobile trails head both north and south from the pass.
Southeast of Walden and south of Gould, there is an 80 mile snowmobile trail network rolling around 9,000 feet elevation. The routes run through forest and meadows to above treeline. This trail network connects to the south with the Grand County trail network.
Southwest of Walden, there is a snowmobile trail system running up to Buffalo Pass at the Continental Divide that is open to snowmobiling. The trail system consists of four trails and interconnects with the Rabbit Ears Trail System.
Southwest of Gunnison and north of Lake City, this popular area has moderate to advanced terrain with trails and open powder fields. The snowmobile trails are maintained by the Lake City Continental Divide Snowmobile Club.