Cody Snowmobiling: Snowmobile Rentals & Tours

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Snowmobiling

The rugged expanse of the mountain play areas in Cody, Wyoming offers endless opportunities for excellent powder sledding and hill climbing and boasts 70 miles of groomed and ungroomed trails.

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Overview

Cody's expansive mountain range, high snow fall and amazing scenery make it a perfect place for snowmobiling. The Cody County Association maintains 70 miles of groomed and ungroomed trails, a warming hut and rest rooms so everything is set for a perfect day of winter fun.

Where to go

The Shoshone National Forest offers 300 miles of scenic trails and a great place for snowmobiling. Enjoy the Continental Divide Trail in the southern half of the forest. Beartooth Mountains in Northwest Wyoming have elevations of 7,500-11, 00 feet and provide some exciting trails.

Rentals and Fees

Snowmobiles can be rented, purchased, maintained and repaired in Cody and Powell, Wyoming. Snowmobile user fees are required by the Wyoming State Law for grooming and maintenance purposes. Non residents must display a decal which can be ordered by calling, 307-777-6560 and costs $15.

Hire a Guide

There are a number of businesses in Cody that offer snowmobile rental and can organize fully qualified guides and tours.

Safety Precautions

A license and safety certificate is required to operate a snowmobile on a ploughed street and an adult must always be present. Click the Snowmobiling Safety tab to view a safety checklist.

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