The Bighorn Mountains are known for their vast wilderness areas, high elevations, and abundant snowfall. With elevations ranging from 4,000 to over 13,000 feet, the Northern Bighorns receive an average of 200-300 inches of snowfall each year, making it a snowmobiler's paradise. The mountain range is also home to diverse wildlife, including elk, deer, bighorn sheep, moose, and mountain lions, making it a unique experience for nature lovers.
The trails in the Northern Bighorns are well maintained and offer riders of all skill levels a chance to enjoy the scenery and the thrill of riding in the snow. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced rider, there are trails that will cater to your skill level. The trails range from easy, groomed trails that wind through the lower elevations to more challenging backcountry trails that lead to high mountain passes and panoramic views.Click here to check out our blog post about what it's like to snowmobile in the mountains!