Snowmobiling is a high adrenaline way to explore Colorado’s backcountry. More than 3,000 miles of trails dot the Colorado Rockies—from alpine meadows to sporty climbs, rolling hills to above-treeline excursions. Many of the trails are groomed and maintained so you can choose the level of your own adventure.
Steamboat Springs is snowmobiler’s heaven. Champagne powder snow, stunning views, and trails that snake through Routt National Forest make for an unparalleled snowmobile experience. Grand Lake near Rocky Mountain National Park also has an extensive network of groomed snowmobile terrain. Explore Roosevelt National Forest and Arapaho National Forest and expect stunning vistas of Grand Lake, Shadow Mountain Lake, and the surrounding peaks.