Best Snowmobile in Colorado

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Colorado, Gunnison County

03 :48 hrs
17.2 mi
1036.9021 ft

The Little Cimarron Trail is located off Highway 50. The first 12 miles are on a groomed trail until it reaches a group of private cabins. The trail then turns into an ungroomed climb up Firebox Creek to open meadows at over 11,000 feet. Snowmobilers should take caution here because of the avalanche chutes.


Colorado, Hinsdale County

03 :43 hrs
15.9 mi
816.1941 ft

This trail is great for both beginners and experienced riders. It is groomed and well marked making it easy to follow. You’ll find open meadows to play in as well as some steeper areas with hill climbing for those more experienced riders. Winter scenery and views are awesome with possible wildlife sightings.


Colorado, Mineral County

03 :41 hrs
16.3 mi
646.32007 ft

This trail can be accessed from both ends of the trail. From Creede the parking area is up Forest Service Road 504. This trail is for more experienced riders. There are several areas for play all along the trail, both meadow and steep climbs.


Colorado, Archuleta County

01 :50 hrs
8.7 mi
190.58813 ft

Located north of Pagosa Springs, this trailhead begins at the intersection of Highway 84 and 160. It follows Forest Road 684 and has a few creek crossings. There are some meadows and side roads for exploring. Be sure to check conditions and avalanche danger before you leave.


Colorado, La Plata County

03 :01 hrs
13.7 mi
927.8489 ft

This trail begins at Lemon Reservoir. If there is not enough snow to park at the reservoir, you’ll need to par along one side of the road higher up. The main road is groomed to the end of the summer road. From there you can explore the backcountry in terrain that is not groomed. Always check avalanche danger and conditions before you leave.


Colorado, Mineral County

02 :06 hrs
9.4 mi
801.199 ft

This adventure follows a road that borders the Weminuche Wilderness boundary. It is perfect for all experience levels but is popular with families because of the ease of riding and areas to picnic and play. There are play areas in the last two miles near the end of the trail. The trail is surrounded by beetle killed trees and burned trees so do not ride on a windy day.


Colorado, Montezuma County

01 :47 hrs
8.7 mi
573.8259 ft

This trail follows Roaring Forks Road which is located in the Hermosa Creek Wilderness area. Parking is located off Hwy 145 and the trail heads east of the highway up Roaring Forks Creek. It connects with other trails and offers miles of exploring and beautiful winter scenery. Always check avalanche danger and conditions before you leave.


Colorado, Moffat County

01 :36 hrs
7.7 mi
644.26587 ft

County Road 11 is located off Highway 13 and is part of the Craig Snowmobile Trails. There are over 105 miles of marked and groomed trails in the Routt National Forest that are maintained by the Northwest Colorado Snowmobile Club. This trail can range in difficulty from beginner to experienced. It also connects to other trails in the area.


Colorado, Gunnison County

04 :53 hrs
21.8 mi
964.2622 ft

This adventure follows the Alpine Plateau Road to Arrowhead Inn. There are several side trails that branch off the main road for exploring. The trails are not groomed but follow forest service roads. Plenty of terrain for playing. Ride with caution and be sure to check the avalanche danger before leaving.


Colorado, Grand County

01 :48 hrs
8.5 mi
338.35693 ft

Beginning at the Idleglen Parking area, this trail rides explores wide roads with trails that twist through the woods. There are high alpine meadows and big views of the continental divide. Check the local weather report and the Colorado Avalanche Information Center for detailed information on backcountry conditions.

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