The Northwest Colorado Snowmobile Club is proud to offer three $1000 Scholarships for 2015. Pictured left to right is Vice President Dan Hodges, Hannah Beckett, Katelyn Peroulis , Calden Scranton, and President Brad Moore. The scholarship money comes from the club's annual raffle ticket sales and poker run. Thank you to the community for supporting our yearly fund raising events. Congratulations to the students and good luck in your future schooling.



General Information
The Northwest Colorado Snowmobile Club (NOWECOS) meetings are the 1st Tuesday of each month.
Where: Craig, Colorado in the Moffat County High School Library
Time: 7:00 PM. Months of September - April.

Our Club Rides are on:
The 2nd Saturday of the month
The 4th Sunday of the month
Come join us.

Scheduled Events 2015 - 2016

Sunday - 9/13/15 - 5:00 PM Summer Picnic at Loudy Simpson Park. (west picnic area)
The club will provide ribs. Please bring two covered dishes and your own service.




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Riding Area

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Hard Copy Maps are availiable at the Black Mountain, Freeman Reservoir and Wilderness Ranch Trailhead Parking Lots.
This map is provided for you by the Northwest Colorado Snowmobile Club.
This map is intended for the enjoyment and safety of the user.

The Northern Craig Snowmobile System is located in the Bears Ears District of Routt National Forest in Northwest Colorado. Trailheads, of maintained trails leading into the Black Mountain and California Park areas of the Elkhead Mountain Range, are conveniently located approximately 10, 11 and 25 miles north of Craig on Colorado Highway 13. All trailheads are approximately 1 to 2 miles east of the Highway. Maps are availiable at the Trail Head parking lots.

AREA DESCRIPTION: Trail elevations range from approximately 7000 to over 10,000 feet, with snow depths of 4 to 10 feet from late November through April. The area has a wide variety of terrain and scenery, including steep mountains, stands of Spruce, Fir and Aspen trees, and scenic overlook points of the Yampa Valley. At the lower elevations, the trails pass through many large open parks and meadows, and over gently rolling hills. Most wildlife is located below the 8,000 foot elevation during the winter months. Elk, deer and antelope can often be seen in the fields along CO HWY 13 and the country leading to the trailheads.

NOWECOS would like to thank our Business Sponsors and ask you to support their establishments.


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Craig, CO 81626
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