Leavenworth/Chelan Region

Leavenworth is considered by many to be one of the best places to go snowmobiling in the west thanks to its high elevations (2,500-7,000 feet above sea level), the average snowfall of 150 inches annually and more than 150 miles of trails to explore.

Around Lake Chelan and Lake Wenatchee, you’ll have access to hundreds of miles of groomed trails along with awe-inspiring views. You may very well want to check out the North Central Cascades trails system with its miles of rugged terrain, while starting your day at the Lake Wenatchee Airstrip or Fish Lake area means you’re at the beginning of 186 miles of groomed trails, up ridges, through forests and over frozen lakes. South of Lake Wenatchee, the Twenty-Five Mile Creek trail system provides riders with 63 miles to explore, and on the north side of the lake, the Antilon Lake trail system has another 100 miles of groomed trails to explore.

Related Products