Enjoy thousands of acres of public lands!
Klamath County, Oregon is breathtaking in the winter.
Come here for all your snow sport activities!!!
Can you imagine how wonderful it is at Crater Lake National Park in the winter
with up to 25 feet of snow on the ground?!! Plus there are thousands of acres
of public lands...all just waiting for snowmobilers, cross-country skiers,
downhill skiers, snow boarders, snowshoers, ice skaters, ice fishermen, and dog
sledders to explore. There are over 600 miles of groomed trails, a ski resort
and untold hundreds of miles of soft powder trails for off-trail explorers to
revel on. For the most adventuresome, there is snowmobiling the Pelican Butte
Crater– a precipitous, heart-stopping ride! Call us and we’ll hook you up with our skiing clubs and snowmobiling clubs... they’ll be glad to show you around. Ask us, too, about the GREAT resorts that will
warm you up and feed you when you’ve exhausted yourself from pleasure!
You will be amazed by the diversity and drama of Klamath Basin vistas.
With all of our snow, we still have sun break through the clouds almost every
day of the year! Click here for current weather report. Click here for snow pack info.
The members of these snowmobile groups stand ready to show you the best places
to snowmobile in the Klamath Basin. Get a room for a few days and give them a
call...they can take you to Pelican Butte one day, Medicine Lake the next,
Diamond Lake the next and top off your snowmobiling adventures with and
off-trail tour of the less-visited Swan Lake area for the finale!!!!!
Sno-Park Permits are generally required. The cost is $20 at the Department
of Motor Vehicles 1909 Austin Street. Also available at Klamath Basin Equipment,
4304 Hwy 39, Klamath Fall
Visitors will have to have their own sleds.
Annie Creek Snow Shelter recently built at Annie Creek Snow Park. For infomation
about this shelter
Marvin is the president of the Chiloquin Ridge Riders Snowmobile club.
The only sleds available to rent are at
Diamond Lake Resort.
The scenery is spectacular!! Uphigh you can see
Mt. McLoughlin, Sisters, Mt. Thielsen,
Diamond Peak, Mt. Bachelor, Mt. Shasta,
Pelican Butte and more!)
Klamath Basin Snowdrifters www.kbsnowdrifters.org ( 90 members strong. One of the state’s oldest snowmobile groups – since 1965. Call about schedule for monthly group ride.
This club hosts rides over 1185 miles of
groomed trails in the region–to Clover Creek,
Lake of the Woods, Pelican Butte, Annie Creek,
Sun Mountain, Diamond Lake, Union Creek,
and Swan Lake. Also Gearhart Mountain,
Quartz Mountain, Fishhole Road and Aspen
Ridge. Also Crescent and Medicine Lake.
President: Keith Blackman
4180 Hwy 39
Klamath Falls, OR 97603
Public Relations: don Ambers, 541 884-6180
Secretary: Mindy Radford 541 884-5372
Chiloquin Ridge Riders
President: Marvin Schenck
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
Grooming Chairman: If people have questions about trails and snow conditions, or
grooming reports call John Briggs, 541-783-2125.
Chemult Mountain Trail Riders
President, Harry Stayner
P.O. Box 189
Chemult, OR 97731
Secretary: Tina Cornwall 541 365-2249
The local snowmobile clubs have been working hard with the government agencies to update and create a map of great day trip trails for snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. Call any of the snowmobile clubs for information about other great trail riding
opportunities in the Medicine Lake area and the north county.
There is no better place to cross-country
ski than around the rim of stunning
Snow Skiing. At the very top of
Klamath County enjoy the
Willamette Pass Ski Resort.