With over 500 miles of groomed trails and thousands of acres of backcountry terrain it is no surprise that West Central Idaho is quickly becoming a hot bed for snowmobilers and snowbikers. Visitors travel to the area from all over the region to take advantage of the endless terrain and untouched powder.
There are many benefits to choosing the West Central Mountains of Idaho for your next snowmobiling and snowbiking trip. The area provides excellent lodging, restaurants, shopping, and activities for everyone in your group, plus the abundant terrain provides opportunities for riders of all skill levels. For those new to the sport or those looking for a smoother ride, there are miles of easily accessible groomed trails. For those more advanced riders, there are acres upon acres of hillslopes and valleys that will prove to be a challenge for even the most experienced rider. It is up to the individual rider what kind of winter adventure he or she wants to take, so check out the trail maps, grooming and avalanche reports, and start planning your own mountain adventure today!
Plan your route: Trail Map
Trail Conditions: Valley County Grooming Report
Play it Safe and always check the Avalanche Report before you venture into the back country!
Rent a Snowmobile or Snowbike:
Brundage Mountain Resort: Offering snowmobile rentals and guided tours!
Ready to meet like minded folks and hit the trails together? Check out these Upcoming Events, visit this site regularly for updates.
Backcountry Ski by Snowmobile or Snowcat
Perhaps your desire is to take advantage of all that untracked powder on your skis or snowboard. Well you are in luck! Guided tours and overnight trips are available all winter by our local pros. The experts will take you to some of the best backcountry skiing in the region. Spend the day or make it a true adventure and spend the night in a backcountry yurt.
If gas powered recreation isn’t your thing, don’t worry, there are a plenty of other opportunities for adventure in McCall. Hit the slopes for alpine skiing or snowboarding, glide the trails on Nordic skis, take a soak in a hotsprings, show off your gracefulness at the ice skating rink, or even catch a horsesleigh ride and meet some of the local elk.