The True North Lodge is a snowmobilers’ paradise! North Routt County is known as one of the best destinations for sledding in the country, with a very large trail network that surrounds the Lodge. The ability to park your trailer and machines at the lodge and ride out the front door adds a level of ease that is unprecedented. Go when you want, not when you need to.

Groomed trails interconnect the area, allowing you to get into the deep stuff quick, without miles of whoops. We recommend you bring your phone and use apps like Fat Map or ONX to track where you are and limit the chance of getting lost. Get to Wyoming or the top of the Continental Divide with ease! As always, bring avalanche safety gear and have a plan on where you plan to adventure. If you don’t have a sled and would prefer a guided expedition, the Steamboat Lake Outpost half-mile down the road has plenty of rental sleds.


Sitting within Steamboat Lake State Park located just north of Steamboat Springs this 1,060-acre still water offers fantastic fishing for rainbow, cutthroat, and brook trout. Hahn’s peak fills the backdrop over this beautiful lake.

Designated as Gold Medal Water by the Colorado Parks and Recreation she is one of only 3 still waters in the state that has earned that title. With an elevation of 8,025 feet, this lake is an ideal place for big trout. With a number of small streams filling the lake there are plenty of bays and channels to keep you busy.


Routt County is known for its abundant wildlife. Big bull Elk roam the surrounding National forests and ranches. There are a number of professional outfitters in the area, and over the counter tags can be purchased at the nearby Department of Wildlife office.