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Nearly 500 miles of groomed trails provide access to thousands of acres of off-trail riding in northern Valley County. Riders of all abilities can find open play areas offering gentle slopes, as well as challenging hillsides to tempt even the most adventurous of the “high-markers”. The diversity of terrain has earned Valley County as one of the top 10 snowmobile destinations in the Northwest by SnoWest Magazine.

Fire up your sled and explore the groomed trails, breathtaking bowls and more back country powder than you can cover in a lifetime. Rentals are available from several area businesses.

It is important to note that all snowmobilers must have a current Idaho State registration and a valid drivers license to operate on groomed trails (see equipment requirements under Rules of the Road.) Registration stickers may be purchased at snowmobile dealerships, county offices and the Idaho State Parks and Recreation office. Sticker sales help to fund the massive grooming effort that makes Valley County one of the premier riding destinations!

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Snowmobile Safety

Valley County is ranked 5th in the nation as a destination spot for snowmobiles, skiers, and snowshoer's. Idaho and Valley County host more groomed snowmobile trails then any other Western State. The Sheriff’s Office in cooperation with the United States Forest Service provides avalanche assessment of the snow conditions in Valley County. Check out the current conditions at the Boise and Payette National Forest Avalanche Center. Also see Safe Riders the snowmobile safety awareness website.

We want all winter recreation users to make sure they have to proper gear with them. Please remember snow safety and to travel in pairs at least. We hope all recreationists wear an Avalanche Transponder

Check out this link for information regarding laws and requirements of Snowmobile operation. Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation Avalanche Awareness for Snowmobilers.

General Information
Valley County Recreation Director
Larry Laxson
Recreation Planner
Dave Bingaman
Recreation Coordinator
Danny Amen