About Us

Our club helps to maintain and mark approximately 100 miles of snowmobile trails on Rabbit Ears and Buffalo Pass.

To promote and protect the winter motorized use of public lands.

Company Overview
The Routt Powder Riders club helps to maintain and mark approximately 100 miles of trails located on the continental divide in northwest Colorado. Colorado boasts of 3,000 miles of some of the highest and most beautiful snowmobile trails in the world. The abundant snowfall and breathtaking scenery on Rabbit Ears and Buffalo Passes make it one of the best in Colorado and beyond. Visit our maps page or Colorado Sled City for continually updated reports on snow, weather and trail conditions for this area and around the state.

Our club consists of snowmobilers of all skill levels from beginner to expert and range in age from 12 to over 70. Many of our members have either Search and Rescue or Guiding experience, which makes them very familiar with the area. So if you want to gain more knowledge of the area or become a more confident and skilled snowmobiler, then come ride with us! Also, most of our rides are oriented so all skill levels can participate and enjoy challenging terrain while not being overwhelmed.

Meetings are held from October through May on the second Wednesday of each month. Meeting location is announced on website and through email and are usually at 6pm. Meetings are occasionally held at local restaurants where dinner is part of the meeting, so check our newsletter for updates.

The Routt Powder Riders is a snowmobile club located in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Our club is one of thirty five in Colorado that make up the Colorado Snowmobile Association. Our club maintains and marks approximately 100 miles of trails on Rabbit Ears and Buffalo Pass.

General Information

RPR Code of Conduct
1. I will respect the rights of all recreationists to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors. I will respect public and private property.
2. I will park considerably, taking no more space than needed, without blocking other vehicles and without impeding access to trails.
3. I will keep to the right when meeting another recreationist. I will yield the right-of-way to traffic moving... uphill.
4. I will slow down and use caution when approaching or overtaking another recreationist.
5. I will respect designated areas, trail use signs and established trails.
6. When stopping, I will not block the trail.
7. I will not disturb wildlife. I will avoid areas posted for the protection of feeding wildlife.
8. I will pack out everything I pack in and will not litter.
9. I realize that my equipment ability, the terrain, weather and the traffic on the trail should determine my destination objective and travel speed.
In case of an emergency, I will volunteer assistance.
10. I will not interfere with or harass others. I recognize that people judge ALL trail users by my actions.
11. Motorized trail users should pull off the trail and stop their engines when encountering horseback riders. It is also a good idea to take off your helmet and greet the riders.
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