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More than 380 miles of well-marked, groomed trails offer snowmobilers nearly every kind of terrain imaginable for winter fun. The base elevation is near 4,200 feet and climbs close to 10,000 feet in the fabulous Trinity Mountains and the open high-mountain prairies and rolling hills of Cat Creek. A network of groomed trails is located north of Hwy. 20 near Anderson Ranch Reservoir in southwest Idaho. Popular paths include Trinity Lakes, Pfifer Creek, James Creek, Wagon Town Loop, Burnt Creek and Idaho City. Trails also lead to Featherville, Deer Creek, Smith's Prairie, Rocky Bar, Atlanta, Fall Creek, and Pine. Several locations in the Anderson Ranch Recreation Area offer lodging, food, gas and RV facilities. Contact the Mountain Home Ranger District for maps and information.

Location

Southwestern Idaho, N. of Mountain Home

Nearest City

Pine

Mailing Address

2180 American Legion Blvd
Mountain Home ID, 83647

Attraction Type(s)

Seasons

Winter

Hours

Daylight

Fees

Free


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