Winter Activities

Discover the untracked beauty of Wyoming in Winter. Whether you prefer the exhilaration of snow mobiling, or the quiet solitude of cross country skiing or snow shoeing, the vast forests of Sublette County will amaze you.

Things to Do


Snowmobiling – Revel in thousands of acres of virgin powder. Delight in hundreds of miles of groomed, uncrowded trails. Guided snowmobile rides take you through pristine forest and snow covered meadows overhung by granite cliffs. You may choose from half-day and full-day rides, with deluxe meals and heated lunch stops. Or bring your own snowmobiles and rent a remote mountain lodge for several days of fun.

 

Skiing and Snowboarding  White Pine Ski Area has 25 runs for downhill skiing and snowboarding and is adjacent to 35K of looping Nordic ski trails for all skill levels.  Two lifts service groomed downhill runs and the terrain park offers jumps and slides. Fortification Mountain rises to an elevation of 9,500 feet and offers spectacular views of the Continental Divide, Wind River Mountains, the Bridger-Teton National Forest, Fremont Lake, as well as the nearby Wyoming Mountain Range.

 

Cross Country Skiing & Snow Shoeing – Groomed and ungroomed trails are available in abundance. Base yourself at a mountain hideaway and relax for an unparalleled vacation. A wide variety of terrain and trails is available, from gently rolling to as steep as you want. Enjoy 3-12 feet of snow during your backcountry tour. Experienced guides can show you the sites and help make your day a success.


The Sublette County Outfitters & Guides Association is ready to help you plan a great winter vacation.