McCall Snowmobiling: Snowmobile Rentals & Tours

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Snowmobiling

With over 500 miles of scenic snow-covered trails to explore, McCall Idaho snowmobiling is a popular winter activity for locals and visitors alike.

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  • McCall offers over 500 miles of groomed snowmobile trails.
  • Endless miles of ungroomed backcountry trails are also available to snowmobilers.
  • Local snowmobile shops and outfitters can provide you with rentals and gear.
  • Warren Wagon Road takes snowmobilers up to Burgdorf Hot Springs and beyond.

Overview

Gliding over pristine snow-covered valleys or navigating through the forest on a snowmobile is an exhilarating way to spend a crisp winter day in McCall. With more than 500 miles of groomed snowmobile trails and endless backcountry terrain, the scenic area around McCall is a winter paradise for snowmobilers.

Where to go Snowmobiling 

  • Brundage Mountain area – There are several groomed and ungroomed trails to explore north of McCall that take you along Payette Lake, Brundage Mountain, Brundage Reservoir, and Goose Lake.
  • Warren Wagon Road – This scenic trail will take you northeast of McCall along the Warren Wagon Road to Burgdorf Hot Springs as it meanders through the forest. 
  • South of McCall - A variety of trails south of McCall will take you along the Weiser River, past Tamarack Resort, and near the shore of beautiful Lake Cascade.

Prohibited areas and access points in McCall - Snowmobiling is prohibited on Idaho state highways. The one exception near McCall is Highway 55’s Lardo Bridge, which is the only way snowmobilers can get across the Payette River. Meadows Road and sections of Bear Basin Road are also off limits to snowmobilers. Snowmobiles cannot be operated within the city limits between 10 pm and 8 am. Boydstun Street, Lick Creek Road, Warren Wagon Road, Samson Trail, and Mission Street are the 5 access points for McCall snowmobiling.

Guided Tours & Rentals

Be sure to take some time to explore the McCall Idaho snowmobile shops and outfitters listed on this page.

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