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
Wolf Creek Snowmobile Tours
Our guides typically spend over 250 days a year in the backcountry allowing us to provide you with unparalleled knowledge of the area! We want everyone to have the best experience possible, which is why we offer more tour options and trails than any other guide service in the area. We offer two types of tours: Family Tours and Private Tours.
Snow Country Snowmobile Tours
We are committed to providing a deluxe snowmobile, safe outing and memorable experience for every guest.
Enjoy a variety of options from Scenic Tours to Advanced Backcountry Riding with the best guides and snowmobiles in the industry. Snow Country's guides are professional snowmobilers, specializing in backcountry riding, first aid, avalanche training, and snowmobile mechanics.
Trust a third generation family owned and operated tourist business and take advantage of snowmobiling at its best!
Wilderness Journeys Pagosa
Wilderness Journeys Pagosa, Inc. specializes in giving you a taste of beautiful Southern Colorado and surrounding regions. Whether you enjoy history, water, fishing, or just plain being in the great outdoors, we have the adventure for you! Historic train tours, Native American site tours, Scenic history/wildlife tours, Rafting, Fishing and so much more. We have guides who care about our beautiful area and it shows! Family owned and operated.
Regulations / Licenses
Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Colorado Parks and Wildlife manages the state parks system and the wildlife of the U.S. State of Colorado. The division currently manages the 41 state parks and 307 wildlife areas of Colorado.
Colorado Snowmobile Association
CSA is currently comprised of 36 clubs, 27 of which groom their portion of nearly 3000 miles system of trails in Colorado. These clubs work diligently with public land agencies to ensure access and fabulous riding in their areas. The grooming clubs own and operate their own equipment to groom, mark and maintain miles of trails through central and western Colorado and hold special use permits from either the US Forest Service or BLM to operate on public lands. Many systems support Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, dog-sledding and winter hiking/camping activities as well as snowmobiling.