Bear Lake Valley Map

Snowmobiling in the Bear Lake Valley


The Bear Lake valley and its surrounding mountain ranges have over 350 miles of groomed snowmobile trails and wide open play areas with no crowds and no fences! There are many connecting groomed trails that take you by spectacular wonders. You may discover a cascading winter waterfall or follow an almost-frozen stream. You may even catch a glimpse of a wintering elk or moose! Off the groomed trails, you can seemingly drive forever in wide opens places or climb the mountains for a spectacular view of turquoise Bear Lake and the surrounding hillsides. The snowmobile season starts in late November and extends into April. The variety of terrain and spectacular scenery offers snowmobilers of all ability levels the chance to find challenges and fun! 

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Notice for Snowmobilers Riding in Idaho:
Register Your Snowmobile! - Idaho law requires all snowmobiles to display either a current resident or a current non-resident registration sticker. Violators will be subject to a citation under code 67-7103.

Idaho Parks and Rec - Online snowmobile registration, rules and info
Utah State Parks - Online snowmobile registration, rules and info

Registration Available at the Following Vendors:
Bear Lake County Courthouse, Paris, Idaho - 208-945-2155
Paris Country Store, Paris, Idaho - 208-945-2292
Bear Lake Sports, Montpelier, Idaho - 208-847-2119
Bear Lake Chevron, Garden City, Utah - 435-946-3604 

Northeast Utah Printable Snowmobile Trail Map
Northeast Utah Interactive Snowmobile Trail Maps - Zoom into Northern Utah
Southeast Idaho Printed Snowmobile Trail Maps
Bear Lake Idaho Area Interactive Snowmobile Trail Maps

Find Snowmobile Rentals, License Vendors and Gear Stores.

Logan Canyon, Utah 84028

Lodging - Enjoy gorgeous views of the trees, mountains and meadows that surround us.  Snowmobile Rentals, Horseback Riding, RZR Rentals

(435) 946-3400 or (800) 946-4485
Fish Haven, Idaho 83287

Trail head for snowmobiling, ATV riding and mountain biking. Head west on Fish Haven Canyon Rd 1.2 miles to parking area.

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