Riding Our National Parks

Cruising through (some of) America's national treasures

February 2005 Feature Mary O'Byrne and Lane Lindstrom Viewed 1010 time(s)

America's national parks and monuments provide adventurers, vacationers and sight seers alike with an opportunity to recreate, summer and winter. While nearly every single national park and monument sees the majority of its visitors during the summer months, a handful offer the unique opportunity to see these national treasures during the winter from the seat of a snowmobile.
It was in November 2001 when SnoWest first presented exclusive information on which national parks and monuments allowed snowmobiling. Most snowmachiners know about riding in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, as well as Crater Lake National Park, but did you know there are nearly a dozen parks across the western United States where snowmobiling is allowed? 

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