What is Sno Trackers?
Currently our trails start at the Ohio Creek Pass parking area, the Kebler Pass winter parking area in Crested Butte and the Erickson Springs Forest Service parking area from the north. Future plans include areas around Cement Creek, as well as Taylor Park and Taylor Pass.
As the sport of snowmobiling has increased in popularity, so does the need to understand the importance of Safe Riding. In 1995, the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association endorsed a campaign called 'Safe Riders: You make snowmobiling Safe!' The Colorado State Parks and the Colorado Assocation both offer numerous programs for beginners taking up the sport as well as for those seasoned, experienced riders.
Rides are the Sunday following the club meeting each month. Times and locations are determined at the preceding meeting. We will post this information to our Facebook Page.
Join in and explore new riding areas with knowledgeable locals. Our club rides are family friendly and we usually divide up by skill level, so that everyone has a fun and safe day out riding in our epic back-country.
Some of the areas we visit include, Black Mesa, Pitkin, Tomichi and overnights to Creede area. Learn where to go and how to access these incredible areas.
Join us every second Thursday of the Month from September to April at 6:30pm at the Almont Resort, 10209 N State Hwy 135, Almont CO 81210. (The halfway point between CB and Gunnison, it is on the West side of the road with a red roof.)
President: Bob Davison At Large: Morrill Griffith
Vice-President: James Utt Galen Betz
Secretary/Treasurer: Phil Chamberland Cory Bryndal