–Jackson Hole, Wyoming
If you would rather snowmobile through hundreds of miles of lovely forest, then Jackson Hole may be the perfect place for your next get away. The area offers picturesque scenery, with several ski resorts, a hot spring pool, and nearly endless trails to explore. To find out more information about trails and permits, stop by any one of these approved snowmobiling permit agents: Action Snowmobile and RV, Jackson Hole Cycle, Leisure Sports, Teton County Parks & recreation, and Wyoming Adventures.
–West Yellowstone, Montana
West Yellowstone is known as one of the top places for snowmobilers, people have named it the ‘Snowmobiling Capital of the World.’ Besides a consistent average of 15-inches of snow each season, this region of Montana offers visitors with gorgeous views, with plenty of snowmobile friendly terrains. For the best panoramic views overlooking Yellowstone, be sure to plan a lot of extra time, because there are over 300-miles of groomed, marked, and patrolled snowmobile trails.
So, you’re looking for wild and untouched land, yet want spectacular and mesmerizing scenery to trek through? Well, Alaska is the place for you. While there are countless regions of Alaska that are both gorgeous AND snowmobile friendly, Petersville is a popular destination. It’s popular because of its amazing views of mountains and pure wilderness, but also for its close proximity to Denali National Park and the famous Mount McKinley.
Let me know your favorite snow attraction destinations below in the comments section… Let’s hope I can make it out to one of these brilliant locations, for some good ol’ fashioned fun. =)
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