Snomobiler on a snomobile in the snow covered forest.There are great places and trails to snowmobile on the forest. Read more about Snowmobile Regulations here.

There are several Sno-Parks across the forest where you can park, unload your snowmobile, and head out on snowmobile trails. 

Parking at Sno-Parks at Gifford Pinchot National Forest requires a daily or annual Washington State Sno-Park Pass between December 1-March 31. After March 31 a Sno-Park permit is no longer required and plowing and grooming services stop for the season. The money from Sno-Park passes pays for plowing access roads and grooming trails. 

You can check the status of road plowing along the Wind River Highway from Skamania County Public Works.

Snowmobiling Areas

Recreation Areas

Recreation Activities