Grand County boasts more than 1,000 miles of snowmobiling trails throughout the county, centered on these towns: Grand Lake, Granby, Kremmling and Winter Park/Fraser. We've created a quick guide to these snowmobiling hotspots. For a list of outfitters, consult our snowmobiling landing page.
Grand Lake consistently ranks in the top 10 for snowmobile destinations in the United States and has earned the title of the "Snowmobile Capital of Colorado."™ This is in large part due to their 300 miles of trails and numerous play areas available for all abilities. The town is so smitten with snowmobiles that you can even ride down the streets of Grand Lake legally. For more information call 970-627-3402 or visit the chamber's website.
Granby offers a few outfitters and snowmobile rental agencies, which is a good thing considering the town's central location within easy reach of Grand County's choice trails and public lands, such as the areas around Lake Granby, at the foot of the Indian Peaks, and south near the Byers Peak area. For more information call 970-887-2311 or visit the chamber's website.
Seriously love snowmobiling? The public lands in and around Kremmling boast some of the best ungroomed trails in the West. Some of the hotspots in the area include:
The Winter Park and Fraser Snowmobile Trails are located in the Arapaho National Forest on the east and west side of Highway 40 near the towns of Fraser and Winter Park. The area offers a variety of riding, from trail riding to meadows, and steep mountain play areas. For more information call 970-726-4118 or visit the chamber's website.
For more information about snowmobiling on BLM land in Grand County, consult the local BLM's website.
Ready for your first snowmobile adventure in Grand County? Check out our beginners guide to find out what to bring, where to go and more.
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