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Snowmobiling is King in Wyoming and the Big Horn Mountains!

Photo by Norm Mullis

Quiet and unspoiled, the Big Horn Mountains offer unlimited
snowmobiling opportunities. But, regardless of the season, this spectacular region is a must-stop any time of the year.

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bulletDramatic changes in elevation from the valley floor of 4,000 feet to towering peaks over 13,000 feet guarantee amazing snowmobiling adventures.


bulletLike coasting along the backbone of mountain ridges ... Cutting through thick stands of pine ... Riding in open parks and meadows, where you can open'er up and fly.

bulletThe southern Big Horn Mountains have a total of 188 miles of trails. Experienced snowmobile riders will want to try the Paint Rock Trail ~ 52 miles of trailers winding along the Cloud Peak Wilderness border.

bulletMost of the trails are accessible from the highway, and trailer parking is not a problem. The Battle Park and Belly Ache Flat areas both offer wide open playgrounds for snowmobilers to have fun.

bulletSnowmobiling is self-supported by way of machine registration fees, gasoline taxes and registration ~ of which all fees collected go toward funding and development of trail maps, grooming, signs and maintenance. As a result of Wyoming's own enthusiasm for this great winter pastime, its conditions and offerings to snowmobile enthusiasts from across the globe are second to none.

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