Snowmobiling Glacier Country Montana

Spend your days snowmobiling the miles of groomed and un-groomed trails atop the continental divide of the Rocky Mountains, and your nights in luxurious comfort at nearby Lone Elk Lodge. With unique condominiums housing a combined capacity of 30, you'll want to bring your entire snowmobiling team to Lone Elk Lodge, in East Glacier Park, for the trip of a lifetime and some of the best snowmobiling you'll ever find.


Snowmobiling is a great opportunity to spend time with friends and family, take in the magnificent scenery and get back to nature in a fun-filled day that's sure to rev-up plenty of joy and laughter.


Marvel at one of our beautiful Montana sunsets on your way back to our family friendly lodge to warm-up by a toasty fire after a full day on your snowmobile. Enjoy a good night's sleep in a comfortable bed before awaking to a new day of snowmobiling in the beautiful Montana backcountry.


Make East Glacier National Park Your Snowmobiling Destination

If you haven't taken your snowmobile for a ride in the backcountry of Montana's closed roads, groomed trails and off-trail adventures, you're missing out on a real treat the whole family can enjoy, so for the snowmobiling enthusiast or self-proclaimed "Sled Head," we welcome you to our vacation home, Lone Elk Lodge, for a snow-filled escape in a pristine Winter Wonderland!

Skyland Road Snowmobiling Trails

Ride nearly 40-miles of groomed Skyland Road Trails, just 7 miles from Lone Elk Lodge, where you can enjoy a peaceful adventure through an old forest fire, or the challenge of accessible off-trail snowmobiling to test your skills on the many open faces to the tops of the mountains, south of Glacier National Park. Either way, you're sure to kick-up plenty of snow and work-up a huge appetite after an inspiring day of sledding.


Snowmobiling is fun for the whole family, a group of close friends and everyone who enjoys speed, adventure and plenty of snow, along with picture-perfect days!! Groomed backcountry trails are great for all skill levels, from those enjoying trail rides to the more adventurous and skilled hill climbers.

Lewis and Clark National Forest Snowmobile Trail Data


These popular and rugged snowmobiling trails on the Lewis & Clark and Flathead National Forests, south of Glacier Park and north of the Great Bear Wilderness, originate from Skyland Road. Additional ungroomed trails in the area  connect to the groomed trails for a more advanced sled. Snowmobiles are permitted west of the Continental Divide where motorized vehicles are allowed. Motorized vehicles are not permissible in the Wilderness or National Forests.



39.5 Miles



Marias Pass, 5,280'; trails to 8,000'



Snowmobile rentals are available at J-L Rentals in Columbia Falls, 406-892-7666. A few Restaurants are available in East Glacier and Browning.



  •  · Summit Snowgoers, Box 301, Cut Bank, MT 59427,
  •  · Cut Bank Chamber, Box 1243, Cut Bank, MT 59427, (406) 873-4041,
  •  · Lewis & Clark National Forest, 1101 15th St. N., Box 869, Great Falls, MT 59403, (406) 791-7700
  •  · Rocky Mountain Ranger District, Box 340, Choteau, MT 59422, (406) 466-5341