Snowmobile Trails Bear Lake Idaho

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Bear Lake


Elevation: 6,000-8,700 ft
Snowfall: 100 in
Groomed Trails: 350 mi
Nearest Town: Montpelier, Preston, Soda Springs, Paris
Information: Bear Lake Convention and Visitors Bureau - 800-448-BEAR
Webcam:
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 Trail Riding RATE IT   A
 Off-Trail Riding RATE IT   A
 Scenery RATE IT   A
 Services RATE IT   B
Southeast Idaho, home to the famous Bear Lake, is also home to some fine snowmobile riding. This corner of Idaho is brushed often with snow storms that dump lots of snow early, providing a riding season from November through April. In addition to the 350 miles of trails, there are even more miles of ungroomed but marked trails. The riding area extends from the Idaho/Utah border north to Soda Springs.
   Beaver Creek Lodge
11808 North Hwy 89
Logan Canyon Utah UT , ID
800-946-4485
Located on the Utah/Idaho border in the Cache Valley area and ranked in the top 15 best places to snowmobile by SnoWest Magazine.Featuring Ski-Doo's new 800 REV XP and REV 600 snowmobiles.Enjoy miles of snow in elevations ranging from 7200-9700 ft.
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