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  1. SNOW ON MOUNTAINS

    TRAILS OPEN TO MAGEE

    Thursday, January 20th, grooming teams opened the north and south routes to Magee. Grooming crews worked 15 hours to open the trails. Magee is now accessible from Bunco, Fernan and 4th of July. Click on Groomed Routes for the latest information.
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Kootenai County Snowgroomer Operations

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The purpose or mission of the Snowgroomer department

Our mission is to provide the best groomed trails in the State of Idaho, in the most cost effective way possible. This will be accomplished by continually improving operational efficiencies through training, implementation of new technologies, defined travel routes, and partnerships with private and public entities.

The Snowgroomer department provides groomed snowmobile trails, located in Kootenai County and parts of Shoshone County, in the Coeur d’Alene National Forest. The Snowgroomer program does not provide towing and recovery services, trash removal, or restroom maintenance at facilities owned by the Forest Service.

Boat, Snowmobile, OHV or Motorbike registrations must be done through Idaho Parks and Recreation Department. Register online through the Parks and Rec Website , or call 1-888-922-6743 or 1-800-247-6332.

IDPR now has email customer support helpful for customers having online issues. That email address is IDPRCustomerSupport@idpr.idaho.gov.

The local Parks and Recreation Office is located at 2885 W Kathleen Ave, Coeur d'Alene and can be reached by calling 208-769-1511. Registrations may also be done at any State Park (Farragut, Heyburn, Priest Lake, Round Lake, Dworshak, or Hell's Gate).