Travel Montana - Snowmobiling

Snow, lots of it!

At an altitude of 4800ft and located in the Northern Rocky Mountains, the Lost Horse Creek Lodge turns into a winter wonderland full of snow and all the fun that comes with it. Snowmobile tours are available at the Lost Horse Creek Lodge, by the hour or by the day.

Travel in comfort

Snowmobile tours leave the lodge in single and two person snowmobiles with heated hand warmers available. Take along box lunches and hot drinks prepared at our restaurant to enjoy on your day in snowcapped Montana.

Lost Horse Observation Point Triplost horse snowmobiling tours

Closed to snow during the winter, snowmobile trips leave the Lost Horse Lodge and climb up 6000ft to the Lost Horse Observation Point for incredible snowcapped views of the surrounding area. Winding roads decend from the point through snowcovered forests with moose, deer and other winter wildlife to be seen.

Skalkaho Pass Area

One of Montana's least traveled snowmobile areas is also one of its most scenic. 26 miles of groomed trails on a seasonally closed highway provide access to open areas and ungrommed trails of various skill levels up to 8000 feet above sea level. Views of frozen Skalkaho falls and snow covered peaks and canyons won't disspoint. The Skalkaho snowmobile area is reached by first travelling 2 miles south of Hamilton, then 15 miles east on Hwy 38. Snowmobile map resources.

Additional Montana Snowmobiling resources:

Bitterroot Mountain Adventures Snomobile Rentals

Snowmobiling the Bitterroot

Bitterroot Snowmobile Trail Maps

Montana Snowmobiling Website -

Snowmobiling in Montana - State Website

Bitterroot Ridgerunners - local snowmobile club