Find Your High Mark- Snowmobiling in Pinedale

Pinedale is a mountain town that sits right in the middle of the most popular snowmobiling trail systems in West, the Wyoming Range, and the Continental Divide. With optimal conditions beginning in January, snowmobile season runs from early December through mid-April. The terrain in the Pinedale area is variable, ranging from flat to gently rolling sagebrush prairie to very rugged forested mountains with many trails over 10,000 feet. Here are some tips on making Pinedale your ultimate winter destination:

Gear Up
Bucky's Polaris Outdoors offers snowmobile rentals, guided trips, parts and service, snowmobile gear and apparel, and the local insight on current conditions. Prefer a guided tour? Full day and half day guided snowmobile tours can be reserved by contacting Green River Bridger Teton Outfitters and Big Country Outfitters.
 

Hit The Trails 

The Wind River Range The Wyoming Range The Hobacks The Continental Divide Yellowstone National Park

 

Grab Some Grub From Locals' Favorites
Old Stones Smoke House and Country Pizza – With hearth cooked pizzas and plate-sized ribs, this family-owned smokehouse serves up the classics with some local flair.
Los Cabos Mexican Restaurant- Serving up flavorful, traditional Mexican cuisine in large portions with top notch drinks. Free homemade chips and salsa are the perfect accompaniment to the fare. 
China Gourmet - Outstanding gourmet Chinese and Thai cuisine. The menu includes over 100 items, making this restaurant a popular choice for everyone in town. 
Wind River Brewing Company- Host to handcrafted superior brews made in-house. For those looking for more than just a great beer, their menu includes pub favorites, generous portions and much more.
 

Make Room For Some Extra Fun
Take a dip at the Pinedale Aquatic Center
Shop hop at The Great Outdoor, Cowboy Shop, & Heritage Quilts
Stay and Ski at White Pine Resort

For more great tips on making Pinedale your ultimate winter destination, go to VisitPinedale.org  or SledTheWinds (Photo credit: Visit Pinedale)