The Pagosa Springs area tranforms into a winter wonderland for snowmobilers.  With hundreds of miles of groomed and maintained trails and backcountry options every direction you go, you'll love exploring our mountains in the winter.
 

Guides / Outfitters

Third Generation Outfitters

275 CR 139 Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
970-219-7523

Wolf Creek Snowmobile Tours

Quality Resort - 3505 W. Hwy 160 Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
(970) 731-4141

Licenses

Pagosa Ranger District: San Juan National Forest

180 Pagosa Street Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
970-264-2268

Trails

Colorado Snowmobile Association

WHAT IS THE COLORADO SNOWMOBILE ASSOCIATION?

In 1970 a group of avid snowmobilers sought a way to expand their riding pleasure and pool of fellow enthusiasts across the beautiful, rugged mountains of the great state of Colorado. In so doing they formed the Colorado Association of Snowmobile Clubs, Inc. This very forward thinking crowd saw the advantage of banding together in number, not just to fellowship and ride, but to create a like minded group of enthusiasts to speak up for their beloved sport. The group soon began to morph into the Colorado Snowmobile Association and become an outspoken group for the rights of winter motorized recreationists and protection of access on public lands. CSA became a 501(c)3 not for profit corporation in 2000. In short, this allows donations to CSA to be tax deductible. The non-profit purpose for CSA is to ensure safety and conservation in motorized winter recreation. CSA is passionate about its mission to

Advance, Protect, and Preserve the sport of snowmobiling in Colorado.

The emphasis on the pleasure of riding was not lost as time progressed. Through a partnership with SnowGoer Magazine the Rocky Mountain Snowmobile Expo has changed venues and grown better each year showcasing the best riding destinations in the Rocky Mountain West, the best sleds, accessories, clothing and trailers on the market.

PO Box 262 Milliken, CO 80543