Southeast Idaho Snowmobile Trail Maps
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Idaho laws prohibits the use of snowmobiles on
public and National Forest roads which are plowed and maintained
for use by four-wheeled vehicles. Our maps show many of our main
ungroomed trails but most PUBLIC unplowed roads can be used by
snowmobiles. All coordinates on our maps use NAD83 for
use with your GPS unit. Maps are in Adobe PDF format.
Snowmobile Trail Descriptions
Bear Lake - Fish Haven/St. Charles Snowmobile Trails
Beautiful Bear Lake has a network of 350 miles of groomed trails and
has extensive additional mileage in marked, ungroomed trails. Changes in
elevation offer terrain varying from mountainous to open meadow. Off the
groomed trails, you can seemingly ride forever in wide open places or climb
the mountains for a spectacular view of Bear Lake and the surrounding hillsides.
The St. Charles-Fish Haven Loop is one of the most popular in the area.
Other trails include: Paris; Mink Creek; Bloomington; Georgetown - Montpelier
Loop; Crow Creek; Stump Creek; 8 Mile Meadow Creek; and Ant Canyon. Several
parking areas make the trails easily accessible.
Preston Area Snowmobile Trails sport groomed trails that connect
to the Bear Lake Snowmobile Trails. Some riding areas include Cub River
Canyon, Paris Meadows, Midnight Mountain, Green Basin with a very nice
warming cabin, Copenhagen Basin, Egan Basin, Franklin Basin, and Whites
Canyon. Great snow, competition type hill climbing, or a great
scenic ride along the river or ridge line.
Soda Springs Snowmobile Trails
This area has more than 250 miles of trails on forest service land
through scenic forested mountains and onto the powdery valley floors
of Soda Springs. Visitors can also view the unique water geyser that
throws water more than 100 feet into the air. Warming huts, restrooms
and parking areas are available. There are 17 trailheads between Montpelier
and Soda Springs Districts alone, with no crowds and no fences!
Pocatello Area Snowmobile Trails
The Bannock County grooming program maintains 250 miles of groomed
snowmobile trails in Bannock, Power and Caribou counties. The two
main areas are Scout Mountain-Mink Creek area and the Inman-Pebble-Toponce
area. One warming shelter and parking is available at each.
Portneuf Range - Inkom/Lava Snowmobile Trails
These trails feature spectacular views of Mt. Bonneville and the Portneuf
River area near Lava Hot Springs. Tour hundreds of miles of groomed
trails through uncrowded forest terrain. Natural hot water pools
welcome winter enthusiasts after a long day in the cold. Visitors
can find local accommodations and a variety of snowmobile activities
from this central resort location.
Blackfoot - Bone & Wolverine Snowmobile Trails
This trail is part of the Bone trail system, a 200-mile network of
trails in the area southeast of Idaho Falls and northeast of Blackfoot.
Wolverine Creek Snowmobile Trail connects to the Long Valley Snowmobile
Trail northeast of Blackfoot.
Malad Area Snowmobile Map
Snowmobile trails course across hundreds of miles of wide open space
as they lead travelers through this snowy valley or onto groomed
trails along mountain ridges and rolling hills. This winter area,
located on the Idaho/Utah border is easily accessible from Interstate
15. Local facilities provide visitors with cozy lodging after a day
in the powdery playground.
Cottonwood - Downey/Swan Lake Snowmobile Map
This groomed trail is east of Downey and Swan Lake in southern Bannock