Wyoming State Trails provides the trail maps for all of the snowmobiling areas in Wyoming.  The Continental Divide Region map covers everything from South Pass to Yellowstone National Park.  Check with local Forest Service offices or PowerSports dealerships or contact
Wyoming State Trails for maps.

                    Link to Wyoming State Trails Regional map and downloadable maps:
  http://wyotrails.state.wy.us/Snow/RegionMap.asp

or go directly to pdf here:






              TRAIL CONDITIONS:  Click on Snow Reports and Choose Continental Divide Region










 
      Also, don't forget your annual trail registration permits.  Wyoming law requires that all snowmobiles must have either a Resident or Nonresident user fee decal adhered to their snowmobile. Each decal is twenty-five dollars and may be purchased at one of the several Permit Selling Agents located throughout the state.

MAPS:    Shoshone National Forest - http://www.fs.fed.us/r2/shoshone/
      Briger-Teton National Forest -  http://www.fs.fed.us/r4/btnf/
Order map from State Trails:  http://wyotrails.state.wy.us/request/maprequest_snow.htm
             Local Powersport/Motorsport stores

PERMITS:
Riverton:  Wild West Powersports, Power Toys of Riverton, Four Seasons Sports Center, Big Horn CO-OP
Lander:     Wind River Power Sports, Lander Marine and Kawasaki
Dubois:     Full Throttle Powersports, Crooked Creek Guest Ranch, Dubois Hardware, Dubois Honda ATV,
                           Stagecoach Motor Inn, Lava Mountain Lodge, Stagecoach
                           Motor Inn, Super 8 Motel, The Sawmill, Whiskey Mountain Tackle
       Moran:      Togwotee Mountain Lodge
       Pinedale: Bucky's Outdoors, Rim Station, Sublette County Treasurer, USFS Pinedale Ranger District




[Keep Checking Here for updated maps and trail information]
Click any of these map images to open in new browser window or right click and select 'Save Picture as' to download a printable image.
         Some of the Dubois area trails system.                             Some of the Lander area trails system.
Continental Divide Trail System was Voted the #1 Trails System again this year.
Snowmobiling Ethics and Responsibilities:  Check out these documents and links for
                                                                                    Trail Safety and Ethics

    Responsible Snowmobiling (Tread-lightly Website)  (Brochure)
Code of Ethics (pdf)