Best Montana Snowmobile Trails

Montana has 33 snowmobiling rides.

  September 19, 2018

Located in the US, the snowmobiling in Montana offers over thirty snowmobile trail rides from which to choose. The best Montana snowmobiling based on popularity are considered to be Cooke City, West Yellowstone, Seeley Lake, Red Lion - Georgetown Lake, and Bloody Dick Trail. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Montana snowmobiling trail below.



Where Can I Snowmobile In Montana?



POPULAR CITIES


FEATURED:  West Yellowstone

  Yellowstone, Montana

  July 18, 2016

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.


FEATURED:  Lolo Pass

  Missoula, Montana

  August 21, 2016

Southwest of Missoula in the Lolo National Forest, the Lolo Pass region with 250 miles of groomed snowmobile trails bridges both the Lolo and Clearwater National Forests high in the Bitterroot Mountains. Don't underestimate the size or the ruggedness of the Bitterroots! The Lolo Pass Winter Sports Area (Idaho Park-n-Ski permit required) is open to snowmobiling from December through March. This heavily forested area provides access to over 200 miles of groomed snowmobile trails at elevations ranging from 3,200 to 6,500 feet.


FEATURED:  Marias Pass Trail Complex

  Montana

  August 8, 2016

West of Cut Bank and East Glacier, the Marias Pass Trail Complex has 45 miles of groomed snowmobile trails (and 35 miles of ungroomed) straddling the Continental Divide from 5,280 feet to 8,000. The popular snowmobiling trails originating at Marias pass are Two Medicine, Skyland and Pike Creek. These are rugged snowmobile trails on the Lewis & Clark and Flathead National Forests south of Glacier Park and north of the Great Bear Wilderness.


FEATURED:  Garnet National Winter Recreation Trail

  Missoula, Montana

  July 25, 2016

Northeast of Missoula, the Garnet Byway provides a 12 mile snowmobile journey through the Garnet Mountain Range. The Garnet National Winter Recreation Trail follows existing roads which are closed in the winter. The Byway, as well as 43 miles of adjacent trails, are marked and groomed for snowmobilies from January 1 through April 30. Along the route, enjoy outstanding views from overlooks and visit a preserved ghost town.


FEATURED:  Wise River / Elkhorn Hot Springs

  Beaverhead-Deerlodge, Montana

  July 6, 2016

South of Wise River in the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest, the Wise River / Elkhorn Hot Springs area has 23 miles of groomed snowmobiling. The trailhead is located 7 miles south of Wise River.


FEATURED:  Twin Lakes

  Beaverhead-Deerlodge, Montana

  June 25, 2016

North of Ennis near the Twin Lakes, the North Meadow Creek route is a 12 mile groomed snowmobile system with several side loops. The first four miles are easy, and then the trail narrows and winds through timber.


FEATURED:  Lincoln

  Helena, Montana

  March 29, 2018

Northwest of Helena and east of Seeley Lake in the Helena National Forest, the Lincoln area has a 250 mile network of snowmobile trails. The trails rannge in elevation from 4,575 to 8,200 feet. The eight major snowmobile trails start right from Lincoln where riding is permitted on the streets.


FEATURED:  Haugan-Lookout Pass

  Missoula, Montana

  July 27, 2016

Northwest of Missoula and DeBorgia in the Lolo National Forest, the Haugan-Lookout Pass area has 150 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. Many of the trails make great family rides.


FEATURED:  Big Sky Snowmobile Trail

  Yellowstone, Montana

  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.


FEATURED:  Skalkaho Pass

  Beaverhead-Deerlodge, Montana

  August 14, 2016

South of Missoula and southeast of Hamilton, the Skalkaho Pass area has 25 miles of groomed snowmobile trails accessing open play areas and ungroomed trails. The Skalkaho-Sleeping Child-Rye Creek Area has 31 miles of groomed snowmobile trails, looping through higher elevations.