• Snowmobiling

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    If your idea of a great time involves fast machines roaring through heaps of snow, check out our 255 miles of groomed trails with innumerable off-trail opportunities on wide-open ridges, rolling parks and steep climbs. Access to some of Colorado’s most scenic wintertime vistas (at 12,000+ feet) will take your breath away!

    Kurt-Miller-winter-snowmobiling-pics13IT IS RECOMMENDED TO CONSULT LOCAL SOURCES CONCERNING DIRECTIONS AND TRAIL CONDITIONS BEFORE RIDING.
    REMEMBER!!!!! NEVER RIDE OR SKI ALONE AND LEAVE RIDING LOCATION INFORMATION WITH FAMILY, FRIENDS, OR WITH YOUR LODGE OWNER.

    A FREE map is also available from both the Powder Busters and the Silver Thread Outdoor Club. The clubs  sponsors group rides throughout the season and loves new comers and visitors to the area to join them.  Please contact the club for more information.

    IMAG0846Snowmobile Trails

    Most of the trails follow Forest Service roads and can be used in the winter by snowmobiles and cross country skiers.

    PB1 - Willow Park/Del Norte Peak
    Parks and Valleys are plentiful to play in and at close observation you will possibly see a variety of wildlife. Restroom and picnic tables available. Loops with PB2-Beaver Creek/Cross Creek
    Elevation: 8,250- 12,400ft.

    PB2 - Beaver Creek/Cross Creek
    Parking is at far end of the reservoir, with restrooms. There is a possible 23 mile loop on FSR 359 for experienced ridersonly. Intercepts with PB1 for a 90 mile loop.
    Elevation: 8,700 - 11,500 ft.

    Kent-Miller-snow-mobile-Fox-Mountain-GroupPB3 - Fox Mountain/Park Creek Road
    Trailhead is 3 miles up Park Creek Rd. 380. Eight miles to the end of the trail, large meadows at the top to play, return on same route.
    Elevation: 11,530 ft.

    PB4 - Pass Creek/Tucker Ponds
    Trail is 13 miles, with meadows to play in at 7 miles. Several side trips that are not groomed. After the big meadow at 7 miles, the remaining 6 miles has side hills and is a steep winding trail not for beginners.
    Also Recommended for Cross Country Skiing
    Elevation: 9,200 - 11,380 ft.

    Kurt-Miller-winter-snowmobiling-pics2PB5 - Big Meadows
    Parking just off the highway. First stop is 2 miles in at the lake, good ice fishing, then continues for 13 more miles, mostly trail riding, some side trails and a few meadows.
    Also Recommended for Cross Country Skiing
    Elevation: 11,600 ft.

    ST-330/329
    Depending on show you may unload at the FS gate or trailer up 2 more miles to Elk Park. Follow trail for 6 miles to a 4 way jct. take the trail to the left, to reach Blowout Pass, and up to Bennett Peak for high marking.

    ST-603
    Parking is variable either down low or driving all the way up to the radio tower on Aqua Ramon. The top of the trail is Rincon Ridge with lots of areas to play in.

    ST-610
    Parking depends upon snow conditions. Once you get to the top there are numerous trails and meadows to ride in and on.

    ST-612
    This is a connection trail between ST-610 and ST-611.

    Kent-Miller-Getting-Air-snow-mobilingST-613
    This is a short trail between ST-610 and ST-612. Several places along the trail to practice jumps.

    ST-625
    This is a connecting trail between ST-630 and ST- 611, there is a park at the west end for riding.

    ST-630
    This is a connecting trail between ST-610 and ST-630 with lots of play areas.