Snowmobile Trails

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We have so many snowmobile trails, it’s hard to know where to start. Here’s a list of our favorite trails, with information on difficulty, length, trip type and directions.

Jones Pass Road Snowmobile Trail

This route follows the crest of the Continental Divide above tree line. It is a moderate to steep climb that winds through trees on a narrow road.

  • DISTANCE: 6.5 miles one-way
    ELEVATION / GAIN / LOSS: 1,200, start 10,400, end 11,600
  • LEVEL: Advanced
  • AVALANCHE: Contact Colorado Avalanche Information Center: 970-482-0457
    GETTING THERE: I-70 Empire Exit #232, take Hwy. 40 past Empire past Berthoud Falls, take a left at the Henderson Mine exit, go 2 miles to the mine and parking area, you will see signs for Jones Pass. After about ¼ mile, Butler Gulch Trail shoots off to your left. Parking is on Henderson Mine Property, please be respectful.
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Fall River Reservoir Snowmobile Trail

You can see Mt. Flora, Mt. Eva and James Peak on the Continental Divide from this trail.

  • DISTANCE: 3.2 miles one-way
  • ELEVATION / GAIN / LOSS: 1,600, start 9,200, end 10,800
  • LEVEL: Intermediate
  • AVALANCHE: Minimal
    GETTING THERE: I-70 to the Fall River Road exit #238. Take this road approximately 6 miles up to the 2nd switchback, veer off to the left of the 2nd switch back and enter the dirt road. Park to the east of this switchback. The trail follows the drainage.

Stevens Gulch Snowmobile Trail

Surrounded by private property. Please stay on the road and do not trespass. The road ends at the Grays Torreys Peak Trailhead.

  • DISTANCE: 4 miles one-way
  • ELEVATION / GAIN / LOSS: 2,400, start 9,000, end 11,400
  • LEVEL: Intermediate
  • AVALANCHE: MINIMAL
  • GETTING THERE: I-70 to the Bakerville exit #221. Parking is on the south side of the interstate where the road begins.

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