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Snowmobile Adventures

Snowmobile TOURS

Mccall, idaho guided snowmobile tours & snowmobile rentals.

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Join Brundage Mountain’s professional backcountry guides to experience the mountain like you never have before. Brundage offers McCall area snowmobile tours to scenic locations like Clow Point, Granite Lake, Brundage Reservoir, Goose Lake, and the Brundage Mountain Lookout. Full-day guests can choose a trip to Hazard Lake or Upper Payette Lake. Experience fun terrain and exceptional views of the Goose Creek drainage, Salmon River Mountains, Payette Lakes and more.

Tours and rentals are offered 7 days a week beginning December 20th.

*Please note: we do not currently offer children’s sized gear. Prices listed do not include sales tax. Sales tax will apply.

The Machines

Our Ski-Doo snowmobile fleet features the Summit Adrenaline 650 and Expedition Sport 2-Up 600

Already familiar with McCall, Idaho snowmobile touring? You can enjoy a hassle-free day when you rent a backcountry or powder snowmobile. Park in the private lot at Brundage Mountain where your machines will be staged and ready to ride, and you can ride directly into the backcountry.

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Guided Trips with Personal Sleds

Do you own a snowmobile but would appreciate having a guide introduce you to the expansive backcountry beyond Brundage Mountain? Brundage offers guided trips with your own sled.

Full Day Guided Burgdorf Hot Springs Trip

Burgdorf hot springs, located 30 miles from the resort, are one of Idaho’s most famous hot springs! Full day guided Burgdorf hot springs trips can be accommodated, based on availability. After booking a snowmobile guided trip with Brundage, guests will need to reserve the 12pm time slot at Burgdorf Hot Springs for the same day. Burgdorf Hot Springs has limited availability and does book quickly. Advanced reservations to Burgdorf are required. A $35/per guest surcharge is added to these trips, due to the length. Guests should be ready for a longer day of snowmobile travel. 

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Guided snowmobile tours, cancellation policy.

If Brundage Mountain cancels your trip for any reason, you’ll receive a full refund. If you cancel your trip 72 hours in advance (or more), you’ll receive a full refund.

If you cancel your trip less than 72 hours in advance, you may reschedule for a different date in the current season at no additional charge. Once a trip has been rescheduled, you are no longer eligible for a cancellation refund.

Snowmobile FAQ

HOW OLD DO I NEED TO BE TO RENT OR DRIVE A SNOWMOBILE? 18+ with a valid drivers license. DO WE HAVE TO USE A GUIDE? No, a guide is not required. With the extensive trail system in our area, the majority of our guests choose guided tours. WHAT SHOULD WE WEAR? Warm, waterproof sled/ski/snowboard gear. Including: snow boots and winter gloves, a base layer, a pair of ski/snowboard socks, a mid-layer (sweater, sweatshirt, or fleece), and waterproof and windproof outer layers. Helmets are required and provided on every trip, as well as pants, jackets, and avalanche beacons. WHAT'S INCLUDED WITH THE TOURS? Jackets, pants, helmets, and avalanche beacons for all riders. There is one shovel per sled. Half-day tours include a snack, and full-day tours include a lunch. WILL RIDING INSTRUCTIONS BE PROVIDED? Yes. We have knowledgeable guides who will give an orientation and instruction prior to your ride. They will offer assistance when needed. Riding a snowmobile for the first time may seem a bit intimidating, but it doesn’t take long to get comfortable and have a great time. WILL WE BE ALLOWED TO RIDE OFF TRAIL? Yes. There will be plenty of opportunities to take advantage of off trail riding. DO YOU RECOMMEND RIDING DOUBLE OR SINGLE? The choice to ride single or double depends on the rider’s age and level of confidence in operating a snowmobile. Participants under the age of 18 must ride as a passenger. Combined driver + passenger weight must be less than 300 lbs per manufacturer’s instructions. Most riders, even beginners, prefer riding single over double because it’s more comfortable and easier to maneuver. HOW EARLY SHOULD WE ARRIVE? It’s a good idea to arrive 15 minutes before your trip time to check in at at the West Lot. PARKING MAP SHOULD WE TIP THE GUIDE? Yes. It’s standard practice to tip your guide(s), as with any other service business. Suggested minimum tip is $50 per rider or 10% of the entire trip. Cash is preferred, but cards or alternative methods (Venmo, PayPal, etc.) are also acceptable. IS PRIOR EXPERIENCE REQUIRED FOR SNOWMOBILING? No, prior experience is not required. Our first priority is your safety. Our guides are certified in CPR, First Aid and Avalanche Awareness. We will provide an equipment overview and safety orientation prior to riding. For non-guided snowmobile rentals, we recommend riders have some prior experience. IF WE'RE RENTING, WHERE CAN WE TAKE THE SNOWMOBILES? There is a trail system adjacent to Brundage Mountain that you can explore. Snowmobiles cannot be loaded onto any vehicle or trailer and transported off-site. Renters must ride the snowmobiles straight from the Brundage Mountain Resort pickup point and return them to the same place. WHAT IF WE BRING OUR RENTAL SLEDS BACK LATE? Each late rider will be issued a $25 late fee for every 15 minutes that they are late. The minimum recovery fee is $300. WHAT IF THE SNOWMOBILE IS DAMAGED DURING THE TOUR? The driver assumes all financial responsibility for any damages to the machine. Damages can range from small repairs (such as a cracked mirror) to the total cost of the snowmobile (approximately $14,000).  Prior to tour departure, guests are required to sign an “Equipment Rental Contract” assuming liability for the risk of loss or damage to the equipment rented.                                                                                                                                                                                              

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Experience the Ride with a Guided Adventure!

Welcome to CM Backcountry Rentals & Adventures, Guided Snowmobile Tours! McCall, Idaho is known for it’s outdoor beauty and the best snowmobiling in the Northwest. With hundreds of miles of groomed snowmobile trails and destinations to see it makes an unbeatable place to explore. 

With many destinations to snowmobile too it’s hard to choose which one to do in a day. Some of the more popular destinations to travel to is Burgdorf Hot Springs where you can enjoy an afternoon in a naturally maintained hot spring with gravel bottoms, heated dressing rooms, and 150 gal/min fresh geothermal water flow. They also have overnight packages available where you can stay in their authentic rustic cabins. Another great destination is the Secesh Stage Stop where you can enjoy a hot meal and a nice fire to warm up before your ride back. With many more places to go the choice is yours for your adventure for the day. 

CM Backcountry Rentals & Adventures would love to show you an experience of a lifetime in the backcountry of McCall, ID. Book your experience as soon as possible, as our schedule for the winter season fills up fast! We do daily guided tours, book any day you wish!

Guided Trail Tour

Plus sales tax.

Minimum (2) persons required for Guided Trail Tour and they may ride double on a single 2-up snowmobile

Guests can expect to see scenic sites like Burgdorf Hot Springs, Secesh, Warren, and many mountain ranges in between. 

  • Tour times: 10am-5pm
  • (2) sets of riding gear
  • (1) 2up snowmobile
  • lunch is not provided but can be arranged

Guided Mountain

$225 per person.

If you have the skills and don’t need the training but want to see the epic zones that McCall, ID has to offer then a guided mountain trip is just what you need. 

  • Adventure times: 10am-5pm

Requirements:

  • 2 or more in your party or join in on a pre booked trip
  • Avy gear is required and available for rent.

My ultimate goal when starting CM Backcountry Rentals & Adventures ten years ago was to be able to share my passion and love for snowmobiling with other people. Being able to see other people experience the sport of snowmobiling and seeing them fall in love with a new adventure is something truly special. I grew up riding snowmobiles from the young age of six years old. From the moment I sat on a seat of a snowmobile, I fell in love with the sport. Growing up, I put snowmobiling first and everything else second. I dedicated my time to become the best snowmobiler I could possibly be. Now that I have been lucky enough to make snowmobiling my career, I push harder and harder every winter to make myself and others around me better. I strive to set an example on the mountain while riding and to show people what they are capable of on a snowmobile. The riding clinics we offer here at CM Backcountry has been a dream of mine for many years, I enjoy teaching people and exploring the backcountry from the seat of a snowmobile. Hope to see you out on the snow this year with CM Backcountry. 

Hi, my name is Tim McMahon, aka barbershop. I’m from Helena, Montana in the summer and living the dream here in McCall during winter. I’ve been around snowmobiles ever since I could remember, whether it was wrenching on them or riding them they have been a big part of my life. In the last few years I had started thinking about turning my hobby into a career. I was lucky enough to get a chance to come work for Cody and Shelby at CM Backcountry the last 2 seasons and have loved every minute of it. Being able to guide has been a dream of mine ever since I started the sport and it sure hasn’t disappointed. The first thing I think everybody notices when coming to McCall is how cool the landscape and terrain is. Whether you’re hitting the jungle or heading for a soak at Burgdorf, the views and riding are epic. I am super happy to be coming back for the 2020-2021 season and look forward to all the adventures and fun we have and seeing new and old faces. Have the time of your life and book a trip to ride with us here at CM Backcountry!

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With over 500 miles of scenic snow-covered trails to explore, McCall Idaho snowmobiling is a popular winter activity for locals and visitors alike.

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Our equipment is not only of the highest quality but at an affordable cost! Cheap Thrills Rentals will surely be your destination for adventure gear!

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Mccall Area Snowmobilers

McCall Area Snowmobilers Club is proud to represent miles of groomed trails, and back country beauty! One stop place to get trail maps, weather and videos.

McCall offers over 500 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. Endless miles of ungroomed backcountry trails are also available to snowmobilers. Local snowmobile shops and outfitters can provide you with rentals and gear. Warren Wagon Road takes snowmobilers up to Burgdorf Hot Springs and beyond.

Gliding over pristine snow-covered valleys or navigating through the forest on a snowmobile is an exhilarating way to spend a crisp winter day in McCall. With more than 500 miles of groomed snowmobile trails and endless backcountry terrain, the scenic area around McCall is a winter paradise for snowmobilers.

Where to go Snowmobiling 

  • Brundage Mountain area  – There are several groomed and ungroomed trails to explore north of McCall that take you along Payette Lake, Brundage Mountain, Brundage Reservoir, and Goose Lake.
  • Warren Wagon Road – This scenic trail will take you northeast of McCall along the Warren Wagon Road to Burgdorf Hot Springs as it meanders through the forest. 
  • South of McCall - A variety of trails south of McCall will take you along the Weiser River, past Tamarack Resort, and near the shore of beautiful Lake Cascade.

Prohibited areas and access points in McCall - Snowmobiling is prohibited on Idaho state highways. The one exception near McCall is Highway 55’s Lardo Bridge, which is the only way snowmobilers can get across the Payette River. Meadows Road and sections of Bear Basin Road are also off limits to snowmobilers. Snowmobiles cannot be operated within the city limits between 10 pm and 8 am. Boydstun Street, Lick Creek Road, Warren Wagon Road, Samson Trail, and Mission Street are the 5 access points for McCall snowmobiling.

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Be sure to take some time to explore the McCall Idaho snowmobile shops and outfitters listed on this page.

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Snowmobiling in McCall, Idaho 2023 Guide

Here at onX, we have a passionate group of sledders who hit the backcountry hard every year. When building features, we are looking through the lens of real-time feedback to give fellow snow enthusiasts the tools and data they need to be safe in the backcountry and have fun doing the sport we love. Snowmobiles are built more and more capable every year, which means we’re capable of going farther and deeper into the mountains than ever—so reliable navigation such as onX becomes even more crucial.

People often hyper-focus on Avy Danger when it comes to staying safe in the snow, but backcountry safety has two parts: snow + terrain conditions and navigation. Riders really can’t risk getting lost in the wintery backcountry, and here’s why a trusted platform like onX Offroad can help you avoid those situations and make informed decisions while snowmobiling.

“It’s all about knowing what you can’t see—being able to see terrain from the palm of your hand is crucial” – Rory, GM of onX Offroad

Can You Snowmobile in McCall, Idaho?

Snowmobile trails in McCall, Idaho cover hundreds of miles—earning its title for one of the best snowmobile hubs in the North West.

From easygoing routes to top-tier backcountry terrain, McCall offers much more than just snowmobile trails. Snowmobile travel combines the best of sightseeing and adventure, which makes for a thrilling way to explore the beautiful scenery of McCall. Here is our top 6 list of the most recommended trails in McCall, ID.

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#1: Warren Wagon Rd

  • Parking lot: Francis Wallace
  • Groomed: Yes

This trail will get you into the heart of some incredible backcountry access. You’ll find the hard-core sledding crowd at this trailhead because you can get into the steep country fast. Park and unload at one of the two main parking areas at the North end of Payette Lake. From there, follow Warren Wagon Road until you pass a gate—then, you can ride as far as your sled can go. If you’re feeling up for a ride with a hot soak at the end, this is also the trail for riding into Burgdorf Hot Springs. Be sure to plan smart for that ride; it’s a long one.

#2: Goose Lake Trail

  • Parking lot: Titus

The seemingly endless terrain opportunities of Goose Creek let you choose exactly the type of riding day you want. From here, you can access thousands of miles of trails and stitch together multiple loops or go for a simple out and back. The parking lot is just shy of Brundage Mountain Ski area, which starts you at a higher elevation access point—so Goose Creek is usually a safe bet on days when the parking lots are muddy down low. If you’re chasing those tasty lakebed powder turns, this is also the closest trail + parking lot for heading to Brundage Reservoir and Goose Lake.

#3: Thorn Creek

Thorn Creek starts in the same parking lot as Goose Lake. Instead of heading North as most people do, take Thorn Creek South towards town to explore awesome open meadows such as Bear Basin. We recommend this trip be an out-and-back trail since making a loop here tends to be lengthy.

#4: Brush Creek Trail

  • Parking lot: Brush Creek

Brush Creek Loop is a groomed loop where conditions tend to stay nicer than the three trails mentioned above. This trail is one of the shorter loops—so if time is not on your side, Brush Creek is a great option for a quick half-day ride. The parking lot is on your right-hand side after you pass East Side Road. To access the trail, ride back down Warren Wagon, turn onto East Side Rd, and follow that back until you hit Brush Creek.

#5: Green Gate Trail

  • Parking lot: Green Gate

Green Gate Trail is another great option if you are limited on time, and the trailhead is the closest to town. You’ll be presented with two simple options: turn right or turn left—the rest is up to you. Green Gate let’s you tailor your timing, and it’s easy to navigate your way back. This trip is best suited for out-and-backs, as loops here are likely out of the cards for most.

#6: Ecks Flat Trail

  • Parking lot: West Face

From the parking lot at West Face, you can access a lower-elevation trail on Ecks Flat Trail. Ecks Flats can be a good option when the high country is socked in but you’re still looking to get out on the trail. Keep in mind, this trail mainly goes through private property and offers another short to medium loop. Ecks Flat is a less popular spot than those mentioned above, which means it’s usually a good option for escaping the crowds.

Popular Rentals and Tour Operators

If you’re looking for top-of-the-line sled rentals and awesome tours, we suggest CMBackcountry in downtown McCall. We had the pleasure of joining Cody and his crew on some epic backcountry adventures and we highly recommend it. Tours here vary by experience level— go for a wild day or a scenic one depending on your style. Don’t have gear? They’ve got you covered.

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Sled Pack List:

  • Tow straps or NRS straps (in case you break something or need a tow) 
  • Siphon (in case you run out of fuel ) 
  • Tools and “clutch tool”
  • Spare belt, spark plugs, zip ties, and tie wire
  • Lighter for fire (use siphon for gas if you need to)

Truck Pack List:

  • 2-stroke oil
  • Extra beacon batteries (AAA) 
  • Spare “buddy” radio

Operator Pack List:

  • Offline maps (save these in your Offroad App in case you lose service. These could save your life.)
  • Portable phone charger
  • Avalanche beacon (check the batteries!)
  • Avalanche probe
  • Waterproof gear and lots of layers
  • Spare gloves
  • Whistle (In case the radio fails. They’re usually built into all backpacks now.)
  • Plenty of water and food

Tips for Planning a Trip

There are many factors when it comes to planning a trip. For this blog, we’re looking through the lens of a group of riders who plan to travel West to ride “big mountains” with their own machines—since that’s becoming increasingly popular these days. Timing is a major factor in planning snowmobile trips. The secret is to have enough base to not be snapping a-arms while still getting a taste of the deep snow without being socked in all day. That recipe can be hard to time, especially when you need reservations ahead of time—but for places like McCall, ID, I’ve had epic powder days as early as late December to mid-March. As most of us know, predicting conditions is near impossible—so just do your best to time your trip, and you’ll have fun with your friends and family regardless.

  • Choose the location or chase the storms. Whether returning to a yearly favorite or exploring a new one, navigation should be top-of-mind when venturing into uncharted territory. Be sure you have your onX Offline Maps downloaded before you head outside of cell coverage to ensure you have your maps for the whole ride. We also have Snotel sites in the app—arguably the most accurate way to read snow conditions.
  • Gear list mentioned above. Be sure to have spare parts if you’re traveling across the country to hit one of the hot spots out West. Many of the towns out this way have odd shop hours, and parts can be hard to find due to low inventory. I smoked two belts on a big trip one year and had to drive two hours one way to be able to ride the next day. Some may have the luxury of bringing an entire backup sled which is great if you can swing that.
  • Pick a Snow Lot. Do your research ahead of time on where major access points are in the area you choose. Most sled hotpots have multiple access points, but as snowmobiling grows in popularity, it can lead to thousands of people stacked in one lot. Be sure to have a plan B lot in mind.
  • Book hotels way in advance. With growing popularity comes more and more sleds in every hot spot. Small mountain towns vary on hotel, motel, and house rental offerings, so you’ll want to book as far in advance as you can.
  • Text friends or family Waypoints for the zone you’re riding that day. I know this one can be tough because sleds travel so far and fast, but even a general area Waypoint for the zone you plan on being in is a great safety measure to at least have a direction where you were headed that day.
  • Make sure you know where your non-ethanol fuel stops are (Yes, that’s in the App too). Most days, we’re getting out of the mountains late, and the last thing we want to do is gas up the sleds for the next day. McCall, for example, has two major gas stations with non-ethanol fuel that tend to get super crowded. Some small towns out here will have one and one only, and the line in the morning can be brutal. Another option, of course, is to bring your own fuel, but that depends on whether you have a fuel cell in a trailer. It’s easy to burn 10 gallons of fuel, especially on deep powder days, so I want to avoid bringing a bunch of jugs for multiple sleds.
  • Boot dryers or ways to dry your gear. On multi-day trips, stepping into wet boots and gear the next day isn’t much fun. 
  • Enough oil. As mentioned, small mountain town shops and gas stations usually have their inventory picked over. Bring enough oil to last the whole trip. Also, if your group has a mixed lineup of sleds, always have a spare oil jug (or five), something like Amsoil that can be used across the board if you need it.

Final thought: Have a blast, chase powder, stay safe—and remember, these are the good ol’ days

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onX saved my ass story

Every year we try and have an annual sled trip with some of our closest friends. A few years ago, we were just outside of Driggs, ID exploring some new terrain and a big storm rolled in. The kind of storm where snow is blowing so hard, it’s almost going up. We were 20 miles or so from the truck and our tracks on the way in completely vanished so we couldn’t just follow them out. One of our buddies ended up having a saved track from the parking lot from the previous day and was in the same area we were in the second day. We were able to follow the track out in a blizzard, pitch dark, and with 10 other people to worry about. onX saved the day that trip.

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With our backcountry tours, you’ll be able to explore West Mountain Road and the many groomed trails. It’s ideal for newbies, families, and those who simply want a more personalized experience for McCall Idaho snowmobiling.

Single and two-seater backcountry rentals will provide you with a half day or full day of fun so that you can enjoy the ultimate snow day.

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Stunning Backcountry

If you're searching a way to wander off the backcountry trail and have a snow-filled experience around Brundage Mountain, we can get you onto the right tour. This area is known for having the best snowfall in all of Idaho, and you'll be able to explore the backcountry terrain with ease.

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Whether you want to take a trail off Warren Wagon Road or elsewhere, we'll be sure to tell you all about the groomed snowmobile trails that work best for your level of expertise. It will allow you to have the most fun without a worry in the world.

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When you book any of our backcountry rentals, we'll make sure you have all the gear you need. Including boots, outerwear, helmet, gloves, and boots to get you out there without freezing.

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Unforgettable

Snowmobiling can be an unforgettable experience for the entire family. We'll ensure you get views of some of the most natural wonders that McCall, Idaho has to offer. You'll never want to spend a winter anywhere else!

The Benefits Of McCall Snowmobile Rentals

When you work with us at Cheap Thrills Rentals, we offer only snowmobile rentals tours that allow you to explore all that the area has to offer, including Secesh Meadows, Burgdorf Hot Springs, and Warren. We’ll outfit you with the riding gear that you need to properly explore the Idaho backcountry.

With our snowmobile rentals, we’ll ensure that you get the best views of Brundage Mountain while also telling you more about what the backcountry has to offer. With a trip to Payette National Forest, for example, you’ll be able to see Payette Lake – and possibly even Sharlie, its very own legendary sea monster.

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From white-knuckle adventures to family-friendly cruises, there’s a snowmobile trail for all experience levels.

Each winter, Idaho’s backcountry transforms into a playground of crisp powder perfect for snowmobiling. Everything from white-knuckle adventures to family-friendly scenic cruises with trusted guides is available in Idaho’s snowy winter paradise. With spectacular views and thousands of miles of snowmobile trails, the top snowmobiling destinations across the state will surely exercise your throttle thumb.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

You don’t need to search high and low to find some of the best snowmobiling in Idaho—incredible opportunities to go “sledding” await all across the state. Here’s a list of spectacular spots to snowmobile throughout Idaho.

Top Snowmobiling Destinations in Idaho

Snowmobiling in Idaho. Photo credit: Bear Lake Visitors Bureau.

The one location that makes the top of many snowmobilers’ lists is Bear Lake. And, how could it not? With crazy beautiful mountain backdrops and week-long snowfalls, it’s the perfect destination for a high-powered adventure. Explore more than 350 miles of groomed snowmobile trails and wide-open valleys.

For those seeking an adventure, a day’s ride up to St. Charles Peak, at 9,700 feet, delivers thrills with large basins and deep powder. Enjoy additional groomed trails at Beaver Creek, Swan Falls and Fish Haven Canyon.

Visit Bear Lake Valley CVB or Southeast Idaho High Country Tourism for more information.

A mother and children looking out at a frozen Big Springs at Island Park, Idaho.

This is Idaho’s version of “Island Life.” Set within the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, Island Park is known for being a winter retreat—a place to refuel (both literally and figuratively).

With more than 950 miles of groomed trails that make for some of the best snowmobiling in Idaho, powdery snow, straightaways and thick backwoods, you’ll have no trouble finding your own secluded spot. 

A snowmobiler heading through trees at Island Park, Idaho.

Tour breathtaking scenery on the region’s groomed trails, which extend up to West Yellowstone, Montana. Then, boondock in endless powdery meadows, and hit the steep-and-deep—all within a stone’s throw of the nation’s first national park.

Mesa Falls is a must: Cruise along this snow-covered scenic byway to view the 10-story Upper Mesa Falls, where water spills into the Snake River below. The glistening snow and ice at the falls make this a particularly magical spot.

A frozen Big Springs, Island Park.

Closer to West Yellowstone, riders head to Two Top Trail for hill climbing, powder bowls, ghost trees and remarkable views of the Tetons and Yellowstone. Experienced mountain riders climb Lionhead Trail, which follows the east side of the Continental Divide and rises 10,000 feet—rewarding sledders with deep snow and panoramic vistas.

For more information, explore an in-depth guide to snowmobiling in this area .

Two snowmobilers on a winter trail surrounded by snow-covered trees.

Smooth, untouched snow and vast dramatic landscapes are in no short supply in northern Idaho’s Priest River Valley. Suit up with Selkirk Powder’s guided snowmobile tours, and ride miles of snow-stuffed backcountry surrounded by jaw-dropping views. 

Book a two-hour ride along groomed trails with incredible views of Lake Pend Oreille and around the headwaters of the Middle Fork of the East River. This outfitter also offers a longer trip that skirts summit ridges before dropping 4,000 vertical feet into the valley, where you’ll travel through magnificent towering trees along the East River.

You can find more information on the Selkirk Powder website to book your guided tour.

Snowmobiling in SIlver Valley, Idaho.

There’s backcountry exploration suitable for all types of riders in Silver Valley. Three groomers (Eastern Shoshone, Western Shoshone and Avery) prep more than 1,000 miles of winding snowmobile trails that carve through some of northern Idaho’s most scenic terrain. 

Groomed, boondocking and steep-and-deep rides can be enjoyed in Mullan, Kingston, Pinehurst and Wallace. To learn more about the top snowmobiling in northern Idaho’s Silver Valley, check out the Visit North Idaho website .

Two snowmobilers on a winter trail at Brundage Mountain Resort.

Snowy evergreen forests and sweeping vistas beckon riders to the Payette National Forest, a winter wonderland just outside of McCall with seemingly endless powder and 500-plus miles of groomed trails.

If you’re more into steep-and-deep, take the Copet Creek Trail to Brundage Reservoir and extend your trip on the groomed trail over to Goose Lake. For guided trips and riding clinics, check out outfitters in McCall that provide all-inclusive experiences.

Two snowmobilers on a winter trail at Smiley Creek Lodge.

Every year, winter rolls out the white carpet for those looking to scour hundreds of miles of groomed snowmobile trails near Stanley, with stunning views of the snow-covered peaks of the iconic Sawtooth Mountains. An expansive groomed trail system—more than 185 miles—and plenty of off-road areas bring you to spectacular settings like Redfish and Alturas lakes and incredible heights of more than 10,000 feet.

Opportunities to head into fresh powder and rugged mountain terrain are everywhere, making this one of the top locations for snowmobiling in Idaho. Smiley Creek Lodge near Ketchum offers guided half- and full-day trips that depart from its lodge at the southern terminus of the groomed system and from Stanley . Weave through densely wooded trails from Smiley Creek to Redfish Lake, and enjoy Idaho’s natural frozen beauty. 

For additional details about guided trips, visit the Smiley Creek Lodge website .

Home of the University of Idaho, Moscow is an ideal home base for sledders who want to explore the area, with more than 300 miles of top-notch trails for snowmobiling in Idaho.

Conquer the summit of Moscow Mountain, or enjoy wide-open views along 250 miles of snowmobiling trails between Bovill and Elk River. Just outside of Harvard, set out on trails near Strychnine Creek and North Fork Creek.

Find resources to plan your snowmobiling trip in the Palouse Ranger District winter recreation guide .

8. Cascade & Boise National Forest

The lakeside town of Cascade features 300 miles of groomed trails , plentiful off-trail boondocking and challenging backcountry terrain.

Just south of Cascade is Smiths Ferry and the Wellington Snow Park —home to 400 miles of trails (250 of which are groomed). Ride to Ola, Warm Lake and even Stanley, or take the Winter Wonderland Trail, which weaves past Cascade and Donnelly and crosses forested terrain at elevations of 8,000 feet before reaching McCall.

Snowmobiling Tips & Frequently Asked Questions

There are a wide variety of Idaho outfitters ready to guide you on your snowmobiling getaway. Check out the Idaho Outfitters & Guides Association or the Idaho Outfitters and Guides Licensing Board to find the right outfitter for your trip. Learn more about Idaho’s expansive snowmobiling trail system and the requirements for bringing your own machines into the state from the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation .

Most outfitters will provide helmets and goggles with your snowmobile rental. Beyond the basic advice to avoid cotton and prioritize layers, the Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation recommends the following proper clothing to wear while snowmobiling .

Kids may ride on snowmobiles in Idaho. Age and weight restrictions may vary by outfitter. However, to rent or drive a snowmobile in the state, you must have a valid driver’s license. Children may ride on the back of a double-rider snowmobile with a legal driver.

The Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation requires all snowmobiles to display a registration sticker. Residents and non-residents can purchase a snowmobile sticker for owned snowmobiles on the Idaho Parks and Rec website .

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Ultimate 4-day McCall, Idaho Winter Itinerary

Plan an adventurous McCall, Idaho winter vacation that includes skiing, snowmobiling, soaking in hot springs, fat biking & more.

Discover the best things to do in McCall Idaho in winter including cozy places to stay, fun winter activities, best restaurants, and more.

Sitting on the shores of glacier-formed Payette Lake in the Cascade Mountains, McCall Idaho is one of my favorite mountain towns in the West. Between the gorgeous forested landscapes, four seasons of outdoor recreation, and the unpretentious vibe, I’ve considered moving here more than once, especially for the hard-to-beat McCall, Idaho winters.

McCall is home to two ski resorts, over 500 miles of groomed snowmobile and Nordic trails, hot springs, and good beer to boot. You want in, don’t you? BFT’s Director, Linda, and I spent 4 days in McCall experiencing the best that winter has to offer.

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Getting to McCall, Idaho

McCall is located two hours north of Boise along highway 95. The scenic drive follows the Payette River, which is the training ground for some of the world’s best whitewater kayakers during the summer and is absolutely gorgeous in the winter.

The easiest way to get to McCall is to fly into the Boise Airport (BOI) and rent a car. If you visit McCall, Idaho in winter, you should consider springing for an SUV rental that can handle any snow or ice you might hit on the drive.

While I do recommend having your own car, if you aren’t comfortable driving, contact Sawtooth Transit , which provides a fee-based shuttle service from the Boise Airport to McCall. Once you are in McCall, the town offers free public transportation, which you can flag down anywhere on the established route, and there is also a shuttle that runs a few times a day to and from Brundage Ski Resort during the busy winter season.

4-Day McCall, Idaho Winter Itinerary

Day 1: boise to mccall.

Catch an early flight to Boise in order to make the most of your first day. The twisty road to McCall hugs the Payette River and I recommend doing the drive in daylight so you can enjoy the view and see where you are going! The drive will be much more enjoyable that way.

I’d suggest grabbing a sandwich or a quick bite in Boise before you head up so you can jump right into the action. Uncle Giuseppe’s Italian deli is a good option right before you turn up Highway 95.

Jug Mountain Ranch

The first stop on your McCall, Idaho winter itinerary is Jug Mountain Ranch, which is just a smidgeon south of McCall.

Jug Mountain Ranch is a privately owned community but they have an extensive free trail system open to the public year-round. Whether you are a beginner mountain biker out to enjoy the smooth-rolling singletrack or an expert looking for technical features and fast downhill terrain, Jug Mountain Ranch has something for everyone, even in the winter.

During the snowy months, Jug Mountain Ranch grooms the trails for fat biking, which is basically mountain biking with big, beefy tires that provide traction on the snow. It was my first time trying fat biking and it was a blast cruising through the ponderosa forest with views of the valley. What’s even better is Jug Mountain’s trail system is dog-friendly, which is awesome for those of you who want to road trip with your dog .

The Jug Mountain Pro Shop rents fat bikes that will provide maximum efficiency on the trails.

Jug Mountain’s trails are great for winter hiking , snowshoeing , and nordic skiing as well.

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Where to Stay

The Shore Lodge is an option and if you visit mid-week outside of holiday weekends you can get a pretty good deal on a room. However, McCall also has countless condos and cabins for rent that are especially suitable for groups. You might even score one with a lakefront view.

We stayed at McCall’s Park Street Penthouse which was conveniently located a block from the center of McCall.

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Day 2: Tamarack Ski Resort

It’s time to hit the slopes! McCall has two ski resorts to choose from: Brundage and Tamarack. Both have ample terrain and a mom-and-pop feel, so you can’t go wrong with either. For the best views, I recommend Tamarack which is located just a few minutes south on the highway.

The first thing I noticed when we pulled into Tamarack was the fact that there were only about 20 cars in the parking lot. Score! Lift tickets are also relatively cheap and they have a rental shop on-site, making your day on the slopes as easy as it gets.

The mountain was impressive too. Two days after a big storm there was still tons of fresh powder to be had. While most resorts get quickly skied out these days, I couldn’t believe how much untracked snow we found at Tamarack, and with 2,800 vertical feet, the mountain offers plenty of terrain to explore.

For those that prefer to stay on trail, the wide groomers were smooth and offered something for every skill level.

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Where to Eat

There are several places to grab lunch at Tamarack. For weekend visitors, the Mile High Catina is the place to be. While they were closed during our visit, word on the street is that you can get three street tacos and a beer for $11.

Other places to eat at Tamarack include The Reserve which is open daily and Clear Water Coffee where you can get a cup of joe and baked goods or a sandwich.

Once your day of skiing is over, make the short drive up to McCall. For dinner, head to the Shore Lodge , one of the classiest joints in town. In fact, it’s so classy that it was recently named the third best resort in the US by Conde Nast Traveler.

But no need to dress up for dinner, the Cutwater Grill offers a casual-ish menu and delectable cocktails with views of Payette Lake.

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Day 3: Snowmobiling & Hot Springs

Get ready for quintessential McCall, Idaho winter activities: Snowmobiling and hot springs! Each are fun on their own, but combining these two classic McCall winter activities is even better.

Burgdorf Hot Springs opened its doors in 1870 after geothermal water was discovered by local miners. Lucky for us because Burgdorf is one of the coolest hot springs resorts I’ve ever been to! Located thirty miles from McCall, the only way to reach Burgdorf in the winter is by snowmobile as the road is covered in snow.

While you can rent snowmobiles in town and take the direct route up Warren Wagon Road, we chose to explore on a guided snowmobile adventure leaving from Brundage Mountain . Our guides Jake and Robbie led us along backcountry ridges, through winding rows of powder-pillowed pine trees, and deep down into the valley before catching up with the main drag where we cranked the throttle to 50mph.

It was the perfect combination of practicing some technical riding skills before getting fast and furious.

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Arriving at Burgdorf was just the icing on the cake of an already exhilarating day. Fed by natural geothermal springs, the water at Burgdorf stays a balmy 100 degrees all year round offering the perfect tonic for soothing your muscles after a long day on the trail.

If one day isn’t enough, you can rent one of their cute onsite cabins and stay overnight, allowing you to access the pools for a midnight soak. (No alcohol is allowed at the pools).

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You’ll need to get an early start to grab breakfast before the snowmobiling tour. Cafe 6 Three 4 has a relaxed and fun atmosphere and they serve unique and tasty breakfast items. They have a couple of quick grab-and-go breakfast sandwiches, burritos, smoothies, and pastries, but I’d suggest taking the time to sit down and smell the fresh-brewed coffee while sampling a breakfast bowl or burrito.

Lunch is included on your snowmobile tour.

For dinner, after you clean up, walk down to the Sushi Bar for some tasty rolls or a poke bowl. The fish is super fresh and what’s really cool is the owner is committed to sourcing the most sustainable fish possible. Pro-tip: If you’re nice and chat up your server, you might get lucky and be offered the local’s menu which features some extra special rolls.

Day 4: Spa day

It’s time to wrap up your time in McCall but not before you treat yo’self. The Shore Lodge has one of the best spas around, and your muscles will thank you after those long days of skiing and manhandling snowmobiles.

The Cove Spa has a set of salt-water immersion pools where you can melt away any stress you have about leaving this lovely little mountain town. For an extra treat, opt for the Swedish-Style Vintage McCall massage or the Trail Blazer for deep-tissue lovers.

The Cove at Shore Lodge in McCall Idaho // Discover the best things to do in McCall Idaho in winter including cozy places to stay, fun winter activities, best restaurants, and more.

No one wants a massage on a full stomach, so skip breakfast or grab something small at the coffee shop at the Shore Lodge. The spa also has a room-service menu where you can have food and beverages (mimosas anyone?) delivered to the immersion pool lounges.

To get one more taste of town before you head back to Boise, I recommend grabbing lunch at the Salmon River Brewery . You won’t find a better elk burger and the rosemary fries are ridiculously good. The beer is obviously the main attraction, so if you’re the passenger on the drive down, a beer sampler is probably in order.

What to pack for your McCall, Idaho winter getaway

  • Winter layers
  • Ski gear if you plan on skiing or snowboarding
  • Winter boots – the Oboz Bridger Waterproof Boots are a Bearfoot Theory favorite
  • A bathing suit for soaking in the hot springs

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Summers in McCall Idaho

If you’re not a winter-lover, summers in McCall are glorious as well. Go river rafting, water skiing, fly fishing, cliff jumping, hiking, mountain biking…pick your vice. With hundreds of lakes and some of the best whitewater in the country, countless ways to get your adrenaline pumping lie at your doorstep.

  • Read Next: Best Summer Activities in McCall, Idaho
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I hope this 4-day McCall winter itinerary shows you what makes this small Idaho town such a fun winter destination. My guess is after a long weekend visit, you might contemplate moving here, just like me!

Have you been to McCall, Idaho in Winter? What are your favorite activities? Leave a comment below and let us know!

Discover the best things to do in McCall Idaho in winter including cozy places to stay, fun winter activities, best restaurants, and more.

With two decades of hiking and seven years of van life under her belt, Kristen has dedicated her life to helping people experience the positive effects of nature. As a pioneer in the outdoor blogging space, she founded Bearfoot Theory in 2014 and has since authored more than 350 blog posts about outdoor travel, hiking, camping, and van life. Her work has been featured in National Geographic, Outside Magazine, and Backpacker, and when she’s not on the road, she lives in Park City, Utah with her partner Ryan, their son, and two adventure pups.

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What a perfectly timed post to find as I’m heading to Idaho this week and McCall is among the destinations I might hit up. Some hot springs were already on my to do list, but I might have to add the fat biking! Never tried that before but it looks sweet.

We were just there, had a great time viewing the ice sculptures and walking about the town. Thanks for sharing, we will certainly set up our 4 day adventure next January.

I’m glad you enjoyed the Alpine Cabin at Jug Mountain. I actually helped work on that place. Amazing little chunk of heaven up there.

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McCall Idaho Snowmobiling

There are few destinations across the United States, or the globe for that matter, that rivals the dry powder snow conditions and terrain that McCall , Idaho has to offer. While there are a lot of great winter sports in the area, those conditions are best experienced on their plethora of groomed snowmobile trails.

The thrill and action behind the adventure of snowmobiling will leave you coming back to this sport year after year and making plans well in advance to ensure your trip will be as memorable as possible. So if you are new to the area, or a seasoned Sled Head, DoneRight Management has several homes and cabins that will accommodate your snowmobile trailers and trucks with sled decks.

Just 2 hours north of Boise, it’s a breathtakingly scenic drive along the Payette River into the beauty and splendor of a winter wonderland . McCall and Donnelly is loaded with hundreds of miles of groomed trails and thousands of miles of every imaginable terrain possible and accessible, the area translates to a memorable experience for every level of rider. McCall has four groomers who maintain over 750 miles of trails to ride from dawn to dusk as well as thousands of acres of powder-covered backcountry.

Once you’ve settled into your vacation rental, unpacked your bags and maybe cracked a cold one or two, it’s time to decide which trailhead to launch your adventure depending on where you are staying and the riding conditions you are seeking.

Staging areas Near McCall

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Close to the heart of McCall are 5 staging areas close to the snowmobile trailhead.

Francis Wallace

The most well known trailhead is heading out from the Francis Wallace parking lot. Known as Francis Wallace, the parking lot is a short 20 to 30 minute drive north along Warren Wagon Road heading out of McCall skirting along Payette Lake , just past North Beach.

On busy days and holiday weekends, there is overflow parking called Brush Creek, considered as the extra lot near Francis Wallace. And on plenty of occasions, when both lots are filled to capacity, trucks with sled trailers park along designated portions of Warren Wagon Road.

Both Cheap Thrills and CM Backcountry Snowmobile rental companies have their sled rentals depart from the Francis Wallace parking lot for their half-day and full-day sled rentals. For the fortunate ones who make plans on staying at one of the cabins available overnight or for the weekend at either Burgdorf Hot Springs , Secesh Stage Stop, or one of the cabins in the historic town of Warren, Francis Wallace parking lot has two rows designated for overnight parking.

If you have sleds, and are not renting snowmobiles, the Green Gate parking lot is the closest snowmobile parking lot to McCall, just a few miles up on Warren Wagon Road. Some may know it as the Yahoo Coral Parking lot.

Here you’ll have plenty of space and easy access to the hundreds of miles of groomed trails to get you to the backcountry for the deep powder experience mostly all within the Idaho forest service and BLM lands areas.

Goose Creek

Additional snowmobile parking for the western region of Valley County and New Meadows are Gordon Titus Parking Lot, aka the Goose Creek High Elevation lot near Brundage Mountain Resort and the West Face Parking lot off Highway 55.

The Wallace Lane Parking lot in New Meadows connects into the Goose Lake trail system as far as Hazard Lake. There is also a lot north of Tamarack Falls on West Mountain Road west of Donnelly. From these parking lots, you can hit the trails that lead you to granite lake, which is a world of fun when it’s frozen solid with a fresh blanket of snow layered on top.

Snowmobile Renters

Several options for snowmobile rentals are available in McCall, Donnelly and Cascade.

There are now several companies providing snowmobile rental sleds for trail riding, backcountry deep powder sledding, and guided tours.

A few options include:

  • Within McCall city limits, snowmobile rentals can be arranged at CM Backcountry Rentals or Cheap Thrills .
  • Snowmobile rentals and guided services can be arranged at CM Backcountry Rentals and Brundage Mountain Resort.

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What do we need to bring for our guided snowmobile tour?

Dress in layers, having excellent thermals is a must, a baklava mask and headgear will keep you toasty warm, especially on cold days. Bring gloves and boots, full body suites are also available.

Is prior experience required for snowmobiling?

A sense of adventure is all that is required for snowmobile rentals, trail sleds require virtually no experience, whereas backcountry sledding is reserved for people who are willing to take lessons and invest time into developing the necessary skill sets required to access backcountry deep powder snowmobiling.

How old do I need to be to snowmobile?

You need to be old enough to hold on to the handle bars and have complete command of the unit at all times, understanding that this sport can inflict serious injury or death.

How long is the tour?

Most guided trail tours are either 4 or 8 hours long, and most backcountry snow tours are 8 hours long.

What is the difference between a powder snowmobile and a touring sled?

The powder sled is a power machine built for backcountry off trail excursions, and touring sleds are the Cadillac’s of the snow, comfy and easier to operate.

Will I need to walk my snowmobile?

At some point, once you have parked your vehicle in the lot, you will find the rental company and walk over where your rental sled waits for hands on operational instructions from the agency.

When do we arrive at your location for our guided snowmobile tour?

Plan on being at the rental agency location 1 hour prior to your departure time to fill out the paperwork and receive the additional information and tutorial provided by the guided snowmobile rental agency.

What is the difference between the guided tour and the self-guided tour?

If you are adventurous and prefer heading out without the expertise and local knowledge that a guided tour will provide, then the self-guided tour will enable you the freedom to venture out into the wilds with no limitations.

What is the age limit to ride a snowmobile?

Recognize that snowmobiling is an active sport, requiring decent physical endurance and capabilities. If you are too young, lack or possess certain physical strengths, then it would be wise to reconsider this activity. Likewise, as we tend to age, know your limits and physical capabilities that would potentially over extend your ability and compromise your life.

What are the snow conditions like?

The central Idaho Mountains are known to have some of the best snow conditions in the country as being dry, super powdery and light most of the time.

Maximizing Your Snowmobile Trip

Take it slow & easy.

Snowmobile trails lead you to a winter wonderland backcountry adventure with crazy deep powder everywhere you turn. As wind your way up the snow covered Warren Wagon Road 33 miles up to Secesh, there you can rest and fuel for your sleds at the Secesh Stage Stop, along with great burgers, fries, and a really cold one to wet the whistle.

13 miles past Secesh is Warren, once the capital of Idaho back in the 1800’s, you will find jovial hospitality at the infamous Baum Shelter Restaurant.

Take a Trip to the Burgdorf Hot Springs

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Are you willing to step back in time? The 1800’s awaits you at the Burgdorf Hot Springs, known to many as one the country’s best hot springs, and bring your sense of adventure with you. This is a relic, a gem of history that you will need to book and reserve a cabin in advance to stay overnight in order to use the hot springs.

Until further notice, the day use of the hot springs is not available to the general public, just paid overnight stays. From the Burgdorf Hot Springs, you can grab something to eat, down a cold one, or fuel up your sled at the Secesh Stage Shop just 5 miles away. Warren is 18 miles or so from the Hot Springs, great grub, gitchy cool 1800’s  Baum Shelter bar & grill.

The McCall area has thousands of acres in the Payette National Forest to years of snowmobiling fun for all ages and abilities.

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SnoWest Magazine has called the McCall area some of the West’s premier snowmobiling country. With more than 500 miles of groomed trails, and the opportunity to explore untouched snow play areas along the way, there is unlimited riding potential.

The vast and diverse riding opportunities available in the region have brought world-class athletes and riders to explore some of the best winter terrain around. Make no mistake about it, world class athlete or not, snowmobiling is a doable sport for almost anyone. Whether you want to rent and ride your own machine or hire a seasoned guide to show you the ropes, the McCall area can accommodate both options.

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The McCall Area Snowmobile Club has helped identify “Play Areas” that make great destinations for experienced riders to explore off-trail.

Association Cabin/Twin Lakes P.A.

Nice meadow at the cabin on the west side of the groomed trail with a small hill to practice climbing and side-hilling. With more ex-perience, wander west and south to the eastern faces of the neighboring ridge and drop into Twin Lakes that has a few chutes for the medium to expert rider. Or venture north of the cabin into Coral Lake bobbing in and out of the trees and gently climbing. This area is just north of Granite Mountain and the Seasonal Closed Cat-Ski Area. You can climb the “Boulevard” on the west side of Goose Lake and go up towards Granite Mountain Lookout and drop into Twin Lakes but be sure to abide the closure signs (Jan 15 – March 31) for the Cat-Ski Program. At the top of the Boulevard the cat-ski road splits with one going north and the other south. The trails are closed to snowmobile use beyond this point. West of this intersection is open for snowmobiles going westerly to Granite Mountain Lookout. If in doubt, stay on the main groomed Goose Lake Road trail until Association Cabin and avoid the Granite Mountain Boulevard.

Duck Lake P.A.

North of Association Cabin is Junction B that goes over to Junction C and is groomed when snow amounts warrant. When groomed, beginner and intermediate riders can follow the trail, playing along the way, and get into Duck Lake, ride over the ridge to the east, drop into Duck Meadow, and continue over to the groomed Fisher Creek Trail. Play areas and terrain to satisfy beginner to expert, depending on snow levels. If it has not been groomed, this terrain is more suitable for intermediate to expert riders.

Black Tip P.A.

Once a snowmobiler is on the Fisher Creek Trail, they can ride south and west and get onto the east face of Slab Butte. This is a great play area through the trees and challenges to get up on the east face. Option A: continue north to Fisher Creek Saddle with play areas above and below the road for the intermediate and expert riders. Option B: continue east of Fisher Creek Trail and challenge yourself to get into Ellis and Horton Lakes and beyond. North of these lakes is mountainous terrain for the advanced intermediate and expert riders. The ultimate challenge is Black Tip, which is a jagged conical mountain peak of rock and sheds the snow all winter. Hence, it looks black against the snowy background. Not the highest of peaks, but very noticeable. The terrain surrounding it is what is the challenge. Avalanches are a major concern in the area of Black Tip. At the southern end of the Black Tip P.A. is Granite Lake that can be reached by taking the right fork at Junction Wand heading north. You will pass through Sater Meadow, which is a great play area for beginners. Continue up the trail to Granite Lake and play along the shores of the lake.

Hard Lake P.A.

From Association Cabin, continue north on the main groomed trail to the Warming Hut at the Hard Creek Trail head. It is located on the east side of the trail near a USFS vaulted toilet. From here, one can boondock easterly into the Hard Creek drainage and follow it up to Hard Creek Lake. North and east of this lake are Upper Hazard Lake and a couple of challenging treed bowls to play in.

Hazards P.A.

Continue north of Upper Hazard Lake and play in the meadows and hillsides as you continue to Main Hazard and possibly on to Big Hazard or follow the main groomed trail to Main Hazard Lake and then go north or south of there. The ridge north and east of Big Hazard Lake is Lava Butte and can provide some great powder and tree riding for the advanced intermediate and expert riders.

Clayborn P.A.

Clayborn area is at the north end of the groomed trail past Association Cabin. This is a large area consisting of nice open areas for beginners and mountain lakes to peek into for the intermediate and expert riders. You won’t want to leave until you have tracked it all up, so bring extra fuel to get you back to the parking lot.

Pearl Creek P.A.

From Francis Wallace or Brush Creek Parking Lots, travel the main groomed trail to Junction I. Turn east and follow it easterly going straight past Junction Z. Once at the end of the groomed trail the area is great for the intermediate and expert riders to hone their skills. Boondock a little further east, without going over the ridge, and head southerly. A good GPS, or map skills, will get you into Pearl Lake. From here you can head easterly to the ridgeline and look down in Marge Lake. Or, keep heading southerly to find Brush Lake. These areas have great terrain for the advanced intermediate to expert riders. Snowmobilers riding in this area beyond the end of the groomed trail should be proficient in map and compass usage or GPS usage.

North Fork Meadows P.A.

Northerly on the main groomed trail (Warren Wagon Road) until you are about a mile north of Upper Payette Lake there is a large meadow west and below the road. There is an ungroomed road that goes into the meadow or some folks boondock off of the main trail down to it. This is a great area for beginner and intermediate riders. It is large and flat. Caution: there is a creek that meanders through the meadow and is not always frozen.

Deep/Trail Lakes P.A.

There is an old logging road on the east side of the main trail just south of the Cloochman Saddle Road. Take this old logging road easterly to the end and find your best spot to boondock into Frog, Trail, and Deep Lakes. Several bowls are above these lakes for the adventurous riders. Not for beginners. Beware of Avalanche terrain.

Cornice Point P.A.

Take the Cloochman Saddle Road off of the main trail and head westerly. Once you get to the first bridge, head northerly and there are some nice draws and ridges to play on. Or, continue north on the main trail over Secesh Summit until you find the first road that goes westerly. Follow this road to the end and continue boondocking westerly until you pull up into the basin that holds Josephine Lake. This is a great area to practice boondocking and play in a number of pockets and bowls.

War Eagle P.A.

This particular Play Area is basically following a mountain road that is not groomed but can take you into California Lake and War Eagle Mountain/Lookout. Intermediate riders can make it into California Lake by basically following the ungroomed road. Intermediate riders can possibly make it to War Eagle Mountain/Lookout by boondocking easterly of the road just a couple miles prior to getting to the lake. This route is best for advanced intermediate to expert riders. Once at the Mountain/Lookout continue easterly following the road, the best that you can, and continue easterly until you tie into the main groomed trail that takes you into Warren. This Mountain/ Lookout trail is hard to find at times due to snow conditions and drifting. A GPS would be a great tool on this trip.

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Layers! Non-cotton layers provide excellent warmth and protection while allowing you to shed or add layers for varying weather conditions. Helmets are included. Snowmobile jackets, full suits, and boots are available to use if needed. Sizes are limited.

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