|Approach Trail (The In and Out)||12/2/19: A skiff of new snow, 20 F and cloudy. Skate and classic.|
|Yellowstone’s Riverside Trail|
Snowmobile Reports – West Yellowstone
Trails Groomed by West Yellowstone, MT • 406-646-7750 or 406-646-7701
Snowmobilers: When using any of the plowed parking areas please be courteous and considerate of others. Move to another riding or parking area if there is no room in the lot and please don’t block other users from exiting.
There are NEW Permit Prices & Updated Regulations for 2019/2020. Please see below for specifics:
- Resident Trail Pass $20.00/2 years
Montana registered snowmobiles, snow bikes (converted motorcycles). Required to ride on groomed snowmobile trails.
- Non-Resident Snowmobile Temporary Use Pass $35.00/1 year
Non-resident snowmobiles & snow bikes (converted motorcycles). Required to ride on groomed snowmobile trails.
- NEW: Non-Resident Trail Pass $35.00/2 years
Non-Resident exempt vehicles: fat tire bikes & e-bikes. Required to ride on groomed snowmobile trails.
Warning! Extreme Avalanche Danger! Use caution at all elevations!
|Trail||Last Groomed||Snow is finally here! Trails to begin being groomed soon…|
|Madison Arm Trail|
|Power Line West of Town|
|South Plateau Trail||Be Aware of the Park Boundary! Snowmobiles must not cross into the Park!|
|—– Whiskey Trail|
|—– Black Bear Cut Off|
|South Plateau to Jct. 23||Be Aware of the Park Boundary! Snowmobiles must not cross into the Park!|
|—– Whiskey Trail|
|Two Top Loop Trail via South Fork|
|Two Top Loop Trail via Mosquito|
Snowmobile Reports – Idaho
Trails Groomed by Fremont County, ID • 208-624-7266 • website
Remember all snowmobiles, regardless of their state/province of origin, are required to purchase an Idaho snowmobile registration. It is the law. All recreation vehicles operating over snow in the winter are required to purchase a snowmobile sticker (A summer OHV sticker is not valid for this activity in the winter). The sticker pays for grooming, plowing of the parking lots and all snowmobile related activities. Without your contribution to the county grooming programs, grooming and parking lot plowing will cease to exist.
NOVEMBER 26th, 2019: Although the weather forecast predicts new snowfall for the Island Park area over Thanksgiving Day, the existing snow depth is currently minimal. The good news is, however, the Caribou/Targhee National Forest is open to snowmobiling starting Thanksgiving Day — if you can find the snow.
|Big Springs Loop|
|Black Canyon Trail|
|Cave Falls Trail||— Idaho’s corner of Yellowstone NP!|
|Chick Creek Trail|
|Fish Creek – Lower|
|Fish Creek – Upper|
|Flagg Ranch Trail/Grassy Lake|
|Island Park Business Area (Island Park Village to Last Chance)|
|Highway 47/Mesa Falls Scenic Byway|
|South Antelope Trail|
|Two Top Trail/Twin Creek|
|Valley View /Targhee Pass Trail|
|Warm River Trail|
|Warm River Springs Trail|
|West Henry’s Lake Flat|