Play In The SnowSnowmobiling

The Northern Bighorn’s 218 miles of trails are continuously rated in the annual ‘Top 15’ by SnoWest Magazine.

Deep snow, spectacular scenery and the vastness of the West draw snowmobilers from far and wide to the Bighorn Mountains. Riding opportunities are both challenging and endless in these rugged and inviting mountains, offering some of the most enticing snowmobiling in the world.

“You can throw snowmobilers into that rough and tumble mix–because we like a rollicking good time on a snowmobile and Wyoming definitely delivers. You just about can’t go wrong riding a snowmobile anywhere in the Cowboy State. The snow is light and dry and that leads to power riding that many snowmobilers crave. Add to that some of the best hill climbing the West has to offer—along with some of the best trails—for those who don’t like that part of the rough and tumble riding. …you can be sure you won’t be disappointed when it comes to snowmobiling in Wyoming” as stated in SnoWest Western Guide 2006.

Trail Systems

Northern Bighorns

Elevation: 7,500′ to 10,000′
Season: November through April; peak season is January and February
Season Temps: +30 degrees F to -30 degrees F.
Snow depths: 1 – 10 feet

Thousands of acres of meadows, 22 miles of un-groomed trails and 218 miles of well marked, groomed trails all await off of Highway 14 in the Bighorn Mountains. Gas, food, and limited lodging are available in trail areas while complete facilities and services are available in Sheridan, Greybull and Lovell. Snowmobile rentals are available in Sheridan and at Bear Lodge.

Several Permit Selling Agents are in the Northern Bighorns for your convenience.

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