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  • Snowmobile

  • Big Timber is the perfect basecamp for some epic snowmobile adventures. Some of the best riding under Montana’s open sky is found in the Crazy Mountains and the Boulder River Valley. Enjoy stunning scenery, deep untouched backcountry, rugged ridgelines, old mining country, and groomed trails all in one place. With a long snowmobile season and breathtaking landscapes Sweet Grass County is a sled heads playground. 

    The beautiful Boulder River Valley offers trails for a variety of skill levels. The groomed Boulder River Snowmobile Trail is located South of Big Timber and runs 16 miles along designated wilderness. The Boulder Canyon Trail runs 25 miles along the Boulder River cutting through the scenic Absaroka and Beartooth ranges to the old mining town of Independence. The Dry Fork Trail runs 7 miles to Dry Fork Pass offering plenty of powder play with a scenic view at the end. 

  • Sled Safely

    Be avalanche aware! Always check the Montana avalanche report before you head out. Visit avalanche.org.

    Know Before You Go

    Groomed trails are maintained by the local snowmobile club, Sweet Grass County Recreation Association. Check trail specifics before you ride, as some trails are not groomed as frequently as others. Snowmobilemt.org/resources/#grooming

  • Know the Rules

    To operate a snowmobile on public land legally, you must register your snowmobile and display the registration decal.

    For any snowmobile not registered in Montana, you must have a current nonresident permit to operate your machine legally on Montana public lands.

     To operate a snowmobile on a groomed snowmobile trail a Montana resident must purchase a Trail Pass decal and it must be clearly visible.

    Anyone wanting to ride on specifically designed roads must have a driver’s license or a snowmobile safety certificate.