Trail Report

Trail Report 2017-03-25T19:48:33+00:00

We are located in Bozeman Montana and offer atv, side by side, jet ski and snowmobile rentals for Bozeman, Big Sky and Southwest Montana. These are our suggested areas for you to enjoy your rental. Summit ATR would be happy to help you find other places to meet your level of experience and make sure you are 100% satisfied.

ATVs (4-Wheelers) & UTVs (Side by Sides)

  • Olsen Creek – Located in the Bridger Mountains and is 24 miles of trails and fun. Trail Details and Directions
  • Little Bear – Located south of Gallatin Gateway.
  • Buck Creek – Located south of Big Sky and offers great sightseeing. Trail Details and Directions
  • Taylor Fork –  Located south of Big Sky with spectacular views.
  • Tobacco Roots – Located in SW Montana, about 45 miles west of Bozeman.
  • Radersburg – Smaller area with some hill climbs, play pits and various trails.
  • Pipestone – Open year-round and has about 75 miles of trails. Trail Details and Directions
  • Storm Castle – Gallatin Canyon (between Four Corners and Big Sky). Trail Details and Directions


Montana gets plenty of snow during the winter months, making it a snowmobiler’s paradise. Snowmobile season begins around December 1st and can extend into late April.

  • Olsen Creek – Located in the Bridger Mountains and is an easy place to find fields of untouched powder. Trail Details and Directions
  • Bracket Creek – 15 miles of marked and groomed trails about 20 miles north of Bozeman off of Highway 86.
  • Buck Creek- Snowmobile trail is 16 miles of marked and groomed trails. All levels of experience welcomed. Great sightseeing and snow play sites.
  • Taylor Fork – Part of the Big Sky Trail which provides some of the best backcountry snowmobiling in Montana. This trail is marked and groomed weekly beginning January 1st. You will find deep fields of snow and many hill climbing opportunities. Trail Details and Directions
  • Tobacco Roots – Located in SW Montana, about 45 miles west of Bozeman.

Personal Watercrafts

  • Ennis Lake – 45 minute drive from Bozeman. This lake is shallow, an average 8 feet deep and 20 feet at the deepest, so the water is warm.
  • Hebgen Lake: man-made lake about 15 miles long and 2.5 miles wide. Great vacation spot not far from Yellowstone National Park with spectacular views.
  • Harrison Lake – 45 minute drive from Bozeman. Popular recreational area with camp grounds.
  • Canyon Ferry – Located near Helena, MT, Canyon Ferry Reservoir is Montana’s third largest body of water and is a popular recreational destination.