Located in the US, the snowmobiling in Oregon offers over twenty awesome snowmobile riding trails. The best Oregon snowmobiling based on popularity are considered to be Mt. Bachelor, Diamond Lake, Hoodoo, Paulina Lake, and Jubilee Lake Trail. For a detailed trail description and printable trailhead map, just select a Oregon snowmobiling trail below.
East of Roseburg and north of Crater Lake in the Umpqua National Forest, the popular Diamond Lake area has 300 miles of groomed snowmobile trails at elevations ranging rom 5,100 to 8,300 feet. This trail system connects to the north with the Crescent Lake trail system and to the south with the Crater Lake / Annie Creek trail system.
West of Bend in the Deschutes National Forest, the Mount Bachelor area has 200 miles of groomed snowmobile trails at elevations ranging from 4,000 to 8,000 feet. The trails roll through pine forest and up to the treeline on previously volcanic terrain. While snowmobiling around Mt Bachelor, keep an eye out for cross-country skiers who also use these trails.
South of Bend and east of La Pine in the Deschutes National Forest, the Paulina Lake area has 175 miles of groomed snowmobile trails at elevations ranging from 5,000 to 8,000 feet. The Paulina Lake snowmobiling trail system is maintained by the Lodgepole Dodgers snowmobile club based in La Pine.
South of Bend and northeast of Roseburg in the Deschutes National Forest, the Crescent Lake area has an extensive snowmobile trail system. This system connects to the south with the Diamond Lake trails and the Crater Lake - Annie Creek trails.
Southeast of Roseburg and west of Crater Lake in the Rogue River National Forest, the Thousand Springs Sno Park provides access to 40+ miles of snowmobile trails. The trails connect to the north with the Diamond Lake trails.
Souttheast of Portland and Government Camp, there is an extensive snowmobile trail network southeast of Mt Hood. The Mt Hood snowmobile trail system is accessed by either the Frog Lake Sno Park or the Skyline SnoPark.
Northeast of Bend and southwest of Sisters in the Deschutes National Forest, the Three Creek Sno Park provides access to miles of ungroomed snowmobile trails. The trail system runs south to Mt Bachelor trail system.
Northwest of Bend and Sisters in the Deschutes National Forest, the Santiam Pass Winter Recreation Area has miles of snowmobile trails maintained by the Mt Jefferson Snowmobile Club. The trailhead is northwest of Sisters
East of Bend and south of Canyon City in the Malheur National Forest, the Idylwild Sno Park provides access to the southern half of the John Day snowmobile trail system. The sno park is on US395 south of Seneca.