Craig Snowmobile Trails
With 105 miles of marked and groomed trails, snowmobilers visiting Craig never get bored.
Maintained by the Northwest Colorado Snowmobile Club, the trails range in difficulty from beginner to experienced rider. They can climb as high as 10,000 feet and usually have four to 10 feet of snow during the winter. Located in the nearly 1.2 million acres of Routt National Forest, the trails are also home to a variety of mountain wildlife such as elk and mountain lions.
To access the trails:
- County Road 27: Take Highway 13 twelve miles north of Craig. Take a right on County Road 27 and follow it three miles to the trailhead.
- County Road 11: Thirteen miles north of Craig on Highway 13, take a right on County Road 11 and follow it two miles to the trailhead.
- County Road 38: Follow Highway 13 until you are 23 miles north of Craig. Take a right on County Road 38 and continue for 2.5 miles to the trailhead.
(You're in luck, too - all trailheads have restrooms!)
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Craig, Colorado includes: Hamilton, Maybell