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Snowmobile Program
Snowmobile Program

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Colorado Parks and Wildlife has managed the Snowmobile Program since its inception in 1977. Through a longstanding partnership between Colorado Parks and Wildlife and the Colorado Snowmobile Association (CSA)​, this program has grown substantially o​ver the years. It​ also funds the Snowmobile Safety Certification Program, the Snowmobile Program operators, helps support the avalanche warning system and provides for patrol services to ensure safe snowmobiling and registration compliance.​​​

Since 1978, the program has allocated thousands of grant dollars to successful applicants to purchase new groomers, repair existing​ groomers, conduct trailhead improvements, construction of permanent groomer and maintenance facilities and f​or the purchase of signs and trail marking materials.​​

There is a multitude​ of laws and statutes​ that help to form a guideline for the use of snowmobiles on lands that Colorado Parks and Wildlife manages. 

Groomed trails are trails that are open to all winter sport enthusiasts, including snowmobile and non-motorized uses such as hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, winter fat tire bikes, dog sledding, etc.​