in North Klamath County
We can’t forget about the best Snowmobile Trails in the state of Oregon. What? Snowmobiling isn’t skiing? Hmmm. I am pretty sure there are two ski’s on the front of every snowmobile and we have the best trails hands down. All trails are groomed every year by an all volunteer group of awesome folks. Make sure you visit Oregon State Snowmobile Association for all Snowmobile maps of Oregon.
The Oregon State Snowmobile Association is an organization of individuals, snowmobile clubs, and businesses working together to preserve, protect, and enhance the sport of snowmobiling. OSSA was formed in 1972 by a small group of snowmobilers concerned about the sport. The Association saw a need for better, safer, and more scenic trails and recognized the public demand for a better trail system.
OSSA has grown to 30 snowmobile clubs, 25 of which are grooming clubs. OSSA manages the grooming program under agreement with ODOT, and in cooperation with local snowmobile clubs. Last season dedicated snowmobilers volunteered more than 28,000 hours maintaining our 6,000 mile trail system. Our groomer operators logged more than 31,000 miles of trails groomed. All clubs participate in trail clearing and trail maintenance. Oregon’s snowmobile program is recognized throughout North America as a model of volunteer accomplishment.
Maps of Crescent Lake Area and Chemult to Diamond Lake Area