Trail Reports

West Yellowstone, Montana, is a winter adventurer’s paradise with over 50 kilometers of groomed Nordic ski trails and more than 400 miles of groomed snowmobile trails that can all be accessed from the edge of town. Trail reports include snow conditions and the trails most recently groomed to help you plan your excursion. 

West Yellowstone Ski Trail Reports

Rendezvous Trail Passes

Adult Day Pass: $15/day.

Adult 3-Day Pass: $30.

Individual Season Pass: $100

Family Season Pass: $190. 

Youth 12 & Under, Ski for Free.


West Yellowstone Snowmobile Trail Reports

Trails Groomed by West Yellowstone, MT
(406) 646-7750 or (406) 646-7701

When using any of the plowed parking areas please be courteous and considerate of others. Move to another riding or parking area if there is no room in the lot and please don’t block other users from exiting.

Montana Resident

Resident Trail Pass $20.00/2 years

Montana registered snowmobiles, snow bikes (converted motorcycles). Required to ride on groomed snowmobile trails.

Non-Resident

Non-Resident Snowmobile & Trail Temporary Use Pass $35.00/1 year

Non-resident snowmobiles & snow bikes (converted motorcycles). Required to ride on groomed snowmobile trails.

DUE TO DECREASED FAIR SHARE CONTRIBUTIONS AND EXCEEDINGLY HIGH MAJOR-REPAIR COSTS, THE GROOMING PROGRAM WILL NOT BE GROOMING AFTER MARCH 19th.

TRAILGROOMEDCOMMENTS:

BPA/Railroad02/23/24
Big Sky02/25/24
Cougar Creek02/25/24
Horse Butte02/25/24
Lionhead02/24/24
Madison Arm Trail02/25/24
Little Snowy02/25/24
Power Line West of Town02/25/24
South Plateau Trail – Whiskey Trail – Black Bear Cut Off02/25/24Be Aware of the Park Boundary! Snowmobiles must not cross into the Park!
South Plateau to Jct. 23 – Whiskey Trail02/25/24Be Aware of the Park Boundary! Snowmobiles must not cross into the Park!
Two Top Loop Trail via South Fork02/25/24
Two Top Loop Trail via Mosquito02/24/24
Junction 802/25/24

Idaho Snowmobile Trail Reports

Trails Groomed by Fremont County, ID
208-624-7266
Website

Remember all snowmobiles, regardless of their state/province of origin, are required to purchase an Idaho snowmobile registration. It is the law. All recreation vehicles operating over snow in the winter are required to purchase a snowmobile sticker (A summer OHV sticker is not valid for this activity in the winter). The sticker pays for grooming, plowing of the parking lots, and all snowmobile-related activities. Without your contribution to the county grooming programs, grooming and parking lot plowing will cease to exist.

Please note, every effort is made to groom the trails according to the schedule. However, we reserve the right to make changes without notice.

TRAILGROOMED
Baker Draw02/23/24
Big Springs Loop02/14/24
Black Canyon02/22/24
Cave Falls02/11/24– Idaho’s own corner of Yellowstone National Park
Chick Creek02/21/24
Eccles02/23/24
Fish Creek, Upper02/23/24
Fish Creek, Lower02/20/24
Flagg Ranch
Green Canyon02/06/24
Henry’s Lake Flat
Highway 47
Mesa Falls Scenic Byway
02/23/24You cannot drive to Mesa Falls in a vehicle via Bear Gulch!
Island Park Business Loop02/23/24Island park village to last chance
Lakeside02/20/24
Lower Centennial02/06/24
Meadow Creek02/23/24
Railroad02/22/24
Rea’s Pass02/23/24
Robinson Creek02/20/24
Sawtelle02/22/24
Stamps Meadows02/13/24
Two Top/Twin Creek02/23/24
Warm River02/23/24
Warm River Campground02/23/24