Grand Lake is a Colorado snowmobiling dream! Bring your own snowmobile or rent one in town. Explore the scenic terrain on your own or sign up for a guided tour. Grand Lake’s 300 miles of snowmobiling trails offer something for beginner, intermediate and advanced riders.
When you’re planning a Colorado snowmobiling day, prepare for the changing weather and dress in layers of water-resistant clothing. Wear heavy-duty gloves, protect your eyes with sunglasses or goggles and bundle up with a neck gator or face mask. Carry lots of sunscreen and water. Most importantly, don’t forget your camera. There are breathtaking, snow-capped views around every turn.
If you’re signing up for a guided tour in the Grand Lake, Colorado area or renting a snowmobile, helmets and snowmobiling boots will be provided.
Visit these Grand Lake businesses for snowmobiling tours, snowmobiling rentals, snowmobiling sales, snowmobiling service and snowmobiling clothing:
Trailblazer Snowmobile Club
Lone Eagle Lodge And Snowmobile Rentals
On The Trail Snowmobile Rentals
Winding River Resort
Spirit Lake Rentals & Polaris
Spirit Lake Lodge & Snowmobile Rentals
Grand Lake Trailblazers Snowmobiling Club
Grand Lake Trailgrooming, Inc.
Grand Lake Snowmobile Rentals
Please note: All snowmobiles that are operated on public land or trails in Colorado must be registered with Colorado State Parks. The annual snowmobile registration fee, which is good from October 1 – September 30, costs $30.25.
Out-of-state residents who bring snowmobiles into Colorado must purchase a Colorado Non-Resident Snowmobile permit, which is available at a State Park Office, www.parks.state.co.us, or at authorized businesses in Grand Lake, (which are indicated above with the * symbol).