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Welcome Members & Snow Enthusiasts!

Gunnison County SnoTrackers

Why Join The SnoTrackers?


We groom 50 miles of trail at the Kebler Trailhead and lobby to keep riding areas open

We support the Crested Butte Avalanche Center. The CBAC provides updated snow safety info.

Your Membership Counts!

Your membership dues and donations help keep the Prinoth CAT running which requires $50 per mile to maintain!

JOIN Us Today!

Keep trails groomed. Put fuel in our Cat.

We are an ALL VOLUNTEER, GRASSROOTS CREW donating our efforts to keep trails open and groomed to ensure backcountry access for ALL USER GROUPS. 

Your financial support means our grooming efforts on Kebler to Horse Ranch, Ohio Pass, and up to Irwin Area (current) are sustainable and allow us to expand our services. Our trails are open to and welcoming of many user groups, from motorized (Snow Bikes and Snow Mobiles) to non-motorized (Snow Shoers, Fat Bikers, Nordic Skiers as well as Skiers accessing backcountry lines.)

Membership opens the door for you to new riding areas. Join us in our monthly group rides where you can ride new areas with knowledgeable locals. Our group rides are family-friendly and usually end up splitting up by skill level so that everyone has an epic day of fun (and safe!) riding, no matter their riding ability.

In addition to general support of snowmobiling, we are active in the CSA Right to Ride campaign and actively represent your interest with the Forest Service. We participate in rider education and have free Snowmobile certification classes for all our members. 

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Individual Membership – $40

Family Membership – $50

Business Membership – $60

Other donations are helpful to keep our Sno Cat running

Amazing Location

Gunnison & Crested Butte

Have you been here? Well, then you’re likely coming back and if you haven’t ridden our terrain yet, let us welcome you to a world-class country. Your trip will be memorable.

Currently, our trails start at the Ohio Creek Pass parking area and extend to Lost Lake on Kebler Pass. Future plans include areas around Lost Canyon, as well as Taylor Park and Taylor Pass. Learn more about our terrain.

Discover the Great Gunnison County Trails

We’re looking forward to having you join us