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We offer lodging and meals for snowmobilers.

Lodging available by the room or rent the entire Lodge for your group function! We have 8 guest rooms that can accommodate up to 16 people. Groups can rent the entire lodge for their private parties, meetings, or group functions including meals, for up to 16 people. See our rates page for detailed Rate Information.

We are close to miles of uncrowded trails in the Wyoming Range mountains. Besides incredible trail riding, there are also thousands of acres of fresh, untouched powder to play on in breathtakingly scenic mountain country. These trails receive very light pressure, so you can escape the crowds and play in the snow.

We do not take drop-ins.
Reservations must be made in advance.

Mount McDougal towers over a snowmobiler in the Wyoming Range

  • Hundreds of Miles of uncrowded Wyoming Range Trails!
  • Average 3-12 ft.snow depths
  • Loop access from Alpine to Afton, Greys River, Horse Creek, Snider Basin, Middle Piney Creek, Pine Creek Ski Area.
  • Ride from our lodge right to the trails.
  • 8 guest rooms - up to 16 guests
  • Meals served family style
  • Groups welcome!

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Triple Peak webcam

Come snowmobile trails and untracked powder!

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The pictures above are a taste of the beautiful country we have around here for winter snowmobiling! The area has many miles of uncrowded groomed trails for those who enjoy keeping to the defined path. The more adventursome will delight in all the sidehills and many logging roads that take you into untouched open country for jumps and hill climbing! The views are breathtaking! There are literally thousands of acres of deep, untracked powder to play on. Triple Peak Lodge is only 15 miles from trail access and you can snowmachine right from the Lodge. We offer rooms and meals in a relaxed, family atmosphere.
Great powder!
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Wyoming Range Trails

Wyoming Range Snowmobile Trail Map


Lodging and Meals for Snowmobilers

We're in snow country and the
snowmobiling is fantastic!

The Triple Peak Lodge is located within 15 miles of the Wyoming Range trail system, which offers over 300 miles of interconnected groomed and ungroomed trails. You can ride right from the Lodge to this trail network that runs from Alpine to Afton to within 15 miles of Kemmerer and LaBarge. This The Shoshone Room extensive trail network takes riders through the scenic Greys River drainage between the Salt River Range and Wyoming Range mountains. Trailheads entrances and parking areas are located throughout the system as well as Warming Huts and restrooms. We offer overnight accommodations and meals and can make arrangements for your snowmachines to be waiting for you up at the Lodge. We can accommodate up to 16 guests and welcome group rentals of the entire Lodge for Snowmobile Clubs or group gatherings. Trail maps are available at the Lodge.

Homesteader RoomLet us be your basecamp for convenient lodging and meals while you snowmachine till your heart's content on our fantastic snow! For those who prefer trail riding, you'll find the trails uncrowded and the scenery beautiful. The more adventurous in your group will find challenging hills and acres of off-trail riding to explore.

Our area offers deep snow, beautiful scenery, and fantastic off-trail riding. Snow depths run from 3 feet to 12 feet at elevations of 6,000 - 10,000 feet. The season lasts from late November through May, depending on the area. Even later in the spring we can have great snowmobiling up high.

Lodging for Individuals: We have 8 guest rooms in our Lodge that are available for lodging by the night for single or double occupancy. Rooms are available with or without meals. We do not take drop-ins, so please make your reservations in advance.

Groups: Our entire lodge is available for rent for your group function! We can accommodate up to 16 people and provide lodging and meals. Call or e-mail us for more information.

Triple Peak
HCR 3000, Big Piney, WY 83113

Living room of the lodge

The Wyoming Range offers 283 miles of groomed and 54 miles of ungroomed marked trails. The trail system connects from Alpine to Afton to the Viva Naughton Trailhead 15 miles north of Kemmerer and 12 miles northwest of LaBarge. Trails can be accessed from the east side from Daniel or Big Piney, from Alpine or Afton on the west, and LaBarge and Kemmerer to the south. The Pine Creek Ski Area is also accessible through the Wyoming Range Snowmobile trail system. We are also within 20 miles of the Continental Divide Snowmachine Trail.

Blind Bull Warming HutThese trails take riders along the scenic Greys River, a narrow valley with towering mountains on both sides. This area receives light trail use and wildlife is frequently seen. Warming Huts are located on the south end at Poison Creek, the LaBarge Guard Station and Smith's Fork Parking Area. On the north end of the trail system the Blind Bull Warming Hut is located at the head end of Blind Bull and Horse Creeks.

The Wyoming Range trail system is maintained through cooperative efforts of the Wyoming Department of State Parks & Cultural Resources/Division of State Parks & Historical Sites, the US Forest Servie, the Bureau of Land Management, Sublette County, Lincoln county and local snowmobile clubs. The main trails are groomed every week and the secondary trails are groomed every other week or as needed. Snowmobiling is allowed in Pinedale, Big Piney, LaBarge, Alpine, Afton and Kemmerer. All offer access to trailheads on the east side of the range.

User Fee Required
Resident and nonresident snowmobile user fees are required by Wyoming State Law. These annual user fee revenues are used by the Snowmobile Trails Fund for trail grooming and maintenance. Proof of payment is in the form of a decal which must be displayed on the exterior of the snow machine. Decals are available from licensed permit selling agents across the state. Non-residents may order maps and decal by mail or phone from the Wyoming Department of State Parks & Cultural Resources, Attn-snowmobile registration, 122 W 25th Street, Herschler Bldg. 1FE, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002. They accept major credit cards-allow 2 weeks for delivery. Phone orders can be made by calling 307-777-6560.

Wind River vista from the H Trail

Triple Peak
A year-round Bed & Breakfast in western Wyoming
HCR 3000, Big Piney, WY 83113

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