Carbon County Wyoming has some of the best snowmobiling offerings anywhere. Explore over 500 miles of groomed and ungroomed trails with terrain to please users with skill levels ranging from the novice to the expert. Snowmobiling occurs in primarily three recreational areas, each offering excellent trails and conditions.
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A) Snowy Range - Snowy Range is the largest and most developed, extending across the width of the Snowy Range and encompassing a good deal of its length. The area is accessed from Saratoga, Riverside, Encampment and Elk Mountain, Wyoming. A great place to spend your winter vacation.
Total Miles: 306 Groomed: 170 Ungroomed: 136 Elevations: 7,000 feet to 11,000 feet Season: November through May Season Temperature: +30 F to -30 F Snow Depth: Up to 12 feet For more information Visit Website
B) Sierra Madres This area is accessed from Baggs on the West and Encampment on the East. This area borders the wilderness and is some of the most beautiful county in the world. Another great place to spend your winter vacation. Recommended for boondockers who love champagne powder by SnoWest Magazine, Feb 07!
Total miles: 110 Groomed: 50 Ungroomed: 60 Elevations: 7,000 feet to 11,000 feet Season: November through May Season Temperature: +30 F to -30 F Snow Depth: Up to 8 feet For more information Visit Website 27 miles from Clark, CO to Hog Park Reservoir
C) Shirley Mountains Shirley Mountains is a remote area north of Hanna and Medicine Bow comprised of BLM administered public land. Public access to the area is available along the Shirley Mountain
Loop Road on the East and North side of the mountain.
Ungroomed: 90 No services available. Please respect private land.
Detailed maps of snowmobile trails available at the Wyoming State Snowmobile Program director in Cheyenne, at 307-777-7550, or by clicking this link WyoTrails and requesting area trail maps to be sent to you.