Snowmobile Trails Cascade/Smith’s Ferry Idaho

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Cascade/Smith’s Ferry


Elevation: 4,800-8,000 ft
Snowfall: 140-200 in
Groomed Trails: 300 mi
Nearest Town: Cascade, Smith’s Ferry
Information: Cascade Chamber of Commerce - 208-382-3833
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 Off-Trail Riding RATE IT   B
 Scenery RATE IT   A
 Services RATE IT   C
This area is one of the prettiest in the state and the snowmobiling is equally as awesome. Although there are 250 miles of groomed trails in this area of western Idaho, there are 400 total. The system connects with the McCall system to the north and Garden Valley system to the south. The Winter Wonderland Trail leaves the mountain meadows of Smith’s Ferry, weaves past the towns of Cascade and Donnelly and crosses the mountains before reaching McCall.


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