Snowmobiling Routes

Search our snowmobiling routes below, or for more information please contact the Forest Service (307) 745-2300 or State Parks (970) 434-6862

1A North - Continental Divide

Location: Rabbit Ears Pass to Buffalo Pass. Route description: Start at Dumont or Muddy Creek trailhead. Open meadows and dense forests. Very popular route. Length: 15 miles. Level of Difficulty: More difficult.

1A South – Continental Divide

Location: Rabbit Ears Pass to Rock Creek on Gore Pass. Route description: Start at Muddy Creek or Gore Pass. Longer, less crowded trail. Numerous non-maintained routes in the Gore Pass area. Length: 26 miles. Level of difficulty: More difficult.

1D Buffalo Pass

Location: Dry Lake to Buffalo Pass. Route description: Limited parking at Dry Lake. Multiple use area. Crowded on lower sections with skiers and snowcats. Opens up above the switchbacks. Stay on groomed route until after switchbacks. Length: 8 miles. Level of Difficulty: More difficult.

1E Grizzly Creek

LocationGrizzly Creek Guard Station to Buffalo Pass. Route description: Access Grizzly Creek from Colorado 14 in North Park. Alternative access to Buffalo Pass. Length 8 miles. Level of difficulty: Easier.

1F Sawmill Creek

Location: Intersection of 1E to Rabbit Ears Pass. Route description: Forms a 40-mile loop with 1A and 1E. Length:16 miles. Level of difficulty: Easier.

1G Round Lake Cutoff

Location: Round Lake to 1F trail. Route description: Route not groomed or maintained. Know where you’re going. Have map and compass. Length: 4 miles. Level of Difficulty: Most difficult.

5A South Walton Peak

Location: Muddy Creek or Dumont Lake to South Walton Peak. Route description: Nice views as route climbs South Walton Peak. Be aware that nearby North Walton Peak is for non-motorized recreation. Length: 6 miles. Level of Difficulty: More difficult.