The Rocky Mountains' Best Snow
Not all snow is created equal! With an annual snowfall of well over 600 inches each year, the East side of the Wyoming Range offers 330 miles of the best snow in the greater Rocky Mountain region. Whether you are looking to conquer the steeps, sidehill across 10,000 foot summits, or tear through 10 feet of fresh Rocky Mountain powder, these slopes will prove to be unlike anything you have ridden before.
Offering terrain for moderate to advanced riders, the Pinedale, Wyoming area has earned its reputation as the ultimate playground in high-mountain, deep-snow snowmobiling. Serving as the gateway to the Wyoming and Wind River mountain ranges, Continental Divide Snowmobile Trail, and Bridger-Teton National Forest, Pinedale is the snowmobile capital of the west.
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Deep Snow Routes
Deep snow means increased avalanche danger. The best way to stay safe in avalanche country is to stay informed, be prepared and never ride alone. For up-to-the-minute avalanche information, visit the Bridger-Teton Avalanche Center. Stay safe out there!See Forecasts