Snowmobile and Avalanche Resources for Idaho, Wyoming, and Montana

To provide the public with winter riding, snowmobiling, and avalanche info in the area near our store, we've compiled a list of important avalanche and winter weather resources below. - Interactive map of the western US showing current avalanche conditions and forecasts as well as information on avalanche classes, bulletins, and other resources.


Map from website.


Bridger-Teton Avalanche Center - A comprehensive source for information and data regarding avalanche advisories, avalanche events, weather, and snow data for the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

Map from website.


Gallatin National Forest Avalanche Center - A non-profit supporting avalanche awareness and education through a partnership with the GNFAC. Based in Bozeman, Montana, the GNFAC covers an area of approximately 1,720 mi2, including the Bridger, Gallatin, and Madison Ranges, the Lionhead area near West Yellowstone, and the mountains around Cooke City.

Map from website.


Please attend our annual Free to the public avalanche awareness class!

We offer a Free avalanche awareness class each year in October taught by the one and only Mike Duffy of Avalanche1! Bring your riding buddies and bring your beacon/transceiver if you have one. This is always a great course for anyone going into the backcountry this winter. Class starts at 6 and usually takes about 3 hours. This class takes place in the parts department and is usually always near the beginning of October. Please contact Matt or Brandon with any questions at 208-356-4000. We also usually have one or two more classes, one usually during our Snow Expo near the end of October. Check our Facebook page or check back here for dates and times.

Avalanche beacon training
Mike Duffy doing a beacon training in our parking lot
Avalanche Training Idaho
Mike's presentation is updated with new info and current stats each year