Snowmobiling

Crystal clear blue sky? Check. Crisp mountain air? Check. Unmatched scenery in every direction? Check. Snow? Double check! Great. Get ready, get set, and GO! Klamath County is a slice of heaven for snowmobile aficionados with a vast variety of terrain to thrill any skill level.

Pelican Butte

At 8,036 ft., Pelican Butte's peak dominates over Klamath County. There is a trail from the base to the top allowing for great climbing, boon docking, winding through the trees and leisurely riding. From the summit, no matter which direction you look, you'll have spectacular scenery: Crater Lake National Park, Upper Klamath Lake, Chiloquin Ridge, Mountain Lakes Wilderness, Lake of the Woods, Mt. McLaughlin and Mt. Shasta. The powder can be deep and challenging. It's definitely worth the climb!

Crater Lake National Park

Snowmobile use is permitted at Crater Lake National Park on the North Entrance Road from the park boundary to North Junction, where the entrance road meets Rim Drive. Snowmobile use is limited to the unplowed roadway. The Crater Lake area is beautiful during the winter, but it can also be hazardous. Check current conditions at Crater Lake National Park, for avalanche danger, closed roads, and more.

Annie Creek Sno-Park

Near the southern Crater Lake National Park boundary, Annie Creek Sno-Park offers riders miles and miles of trails, a log-style warming shelter with a wood stove and benches, and two vaulted toilets.

Great Meadow Sno-Park

You can find over 165 miles of groomed trail for snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing at the Great Meadows Sno-Park located on Hwy 140.

Walt Haring Sno-Park

Located near Chemult, Walt Haring offers multiple snowmobile and Nordic ski trails. The trailhead sits on the eastern edge of the Cascade Range. It’s a lively ride on your snowmobile to pristine Miller Lake, just 12 miles from the Sno-Park. The snowmobile trail clearly connects to a larger network of trails.