There aren’t many snowmobilers in the North American
snowbelt who don’t dream of taking at least one sledding trip to the West.
Many snowmobilers make an annual trek West.
Regardless of whether it’s your first or hundredth trip, in
the West you’ll find plentiful snow, a decent amount of groomed trails,
thousands more miles of ungroomed trails, lots of wide open spaces, challenging
mountains and scenery that is jaw dropping.
Snowmobilers head west for different reasons, most of which
were just listed, but nearly all who ride the West agree it is an experience
they won’t soon forget.
Here at SnoWest
Magazine, we love to ride the West. Yes, we live here but we also take full
advantage of what snowmobiling the West has to offer.
We love to discover new riding places and try riding spots
we haven’t been to for a while. We ride all winter long, which spans several
months thanks to the long riding season the mountains offer. We still have a
ways to go when it comes to riding all the places there are to snowmobile—but
we’re working on it (with a smile on our face).
Once again we present our exclusive SnoWest Travel Guide, an annual project for us and one we love to
share with others.
We believe you’ll discover this to be the most comprehensive
guide to snowmobiling the western United States
that you’ll find anywhere.
Every year we double check our facts, update the information
and find new places to include in this guide. We’ve tried to include every
major riding area in the West. We include contact numbers and websites so you
can find more information if a certain area piques your interest. Maybe there’s
a new area you haven’t been to you’d like to try. Or a sledding hotspot you’ve
heard others talk about and you just need to experience it yourself. We believe
you’ll find the information you need right here in the following pages.
We hope you enjoy reading over all the various areas as much
as we enjoy putting it together.