Continental Divide Snowmobile Trail

 The Continental Divide Snowmobile Trail is an unique and extensive trail system provides more than hundreds of scenic trails through the Bridger Teton National Forest. Because of the high location on the Continental Divide, sometimes more than 13,000 feet, snow depths range from 5-10 feet. The Continental Divide trail is consistently rated in the top 5 best trails in 12 western states by Snowest Magazine readers with the highest marks being given to scenery. The Pinedale area snowmobiling season typically runs from early December through mid April. January through mid-April is generally considered to be the best time. Most trail days are sunny. The terrain is quite variable, ranging from flat to gently rolling sagebrush prairie to very rugged forested mountains.

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Latitude: 43.022354 Longitude: -110.01752 Elevation: 7567 ft
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Trail Difficulty

Easy - Suggested for all riders

Trail Distance

25 miles to Upper Green Parking Lot and approx 30 miles trail ride to Green River Lake/Square Top

Trail Rules and Restrictions

Snowmobile must be registered with the State of Wyoming.

Pinedale Ranger District   (307) 367-4326

Avalanche Center for Northwestern Wyoming: 307-733-2664

Trailhead Access and Parking

Take scenic drive on Highway 191/189 to Highway 352 toward Cora, Wyoming.  Approx 25 miles to end at Upper Green Parking Area and Sledding Hill. Green River Lake/ CDST Trail access point.  Follow trail for approx 25 miles to view elk feed ground and Green River Lake and Square Top Mountain.

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