Seeley Lake Driftriders

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​Welcome to the Seeley Lake Driftriders Snowmobile Club! We are a non-profit group dedicated to maintaining an extensive, top quality snowmobile trail system in the Seeley-Swan Valley. We have 365 miles of groomed trails, countless miles of secondary trails, and great areas for off trail riding. We invite you to snowmobile Seeley Lake and see breath-taking scenery, play in the powder and enjoy some good old Montana hospitality.

Seeley Lake is located in the Clearwater Valley between the Mission and Swan Mountain Ranges. Riding is available right from town or you can choose to trailer to one of our trailheads.

Our beautiful Montana location is a great place to bring your famiy or the"just the guys" group. We have a wide range of dining and lodging options to choose from. Bring your own snowmobile or rent one locally. Either way, you can be sure a fun filled adventure is waiting for you!

Contact Seeley Lake Driftriders
Board Members:

Shane Heupel - President - 2017
Bill Swain - Vice President - 2016
Shannon ZurMuehlen - Secretary / Treasurer – 2016

Directors:

Chris Lorentz – 2016
Steve Thompson – 2016
Cory Thompson – 2017
Wayne Hagen - 2017
Dan Smrdel - 2018
Karl ZurMuehlen - 2018

Safety Officer – Bob Skiles

Groomer Chairman – Mike Lindemer

Trails - Dave Sharbano

Maps - Rich Morvilius

Administrative Secretary - Kristy Pohlman

Driftriders Snowmobile Club
P.O. Box 174 
Seeley Lake, MT 59868

Phone:  (406) 677 - 7777
Text:  (406) 677- 4376

driftriders@blackfoot.net
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Club News

Winter is officially here!  Keep track of where our groomer has been, current snow conditions, and avalanche news below! 
We would like to thank each and everyone who made out annual Snow Ball Weekend a SUCCESS! A special thank you goes to the following, for your amazing donations (without you this it would not have been possible)!

 There is an upcoming class that would be great for anyone interested in attending a snowmobiling clinic. This will be held at the Rich Ranch. You can contact the Rich Ranch for further information at 406-677-2317. The will be having a one day riding clinic of the 16th, a three day clinic the 17th to 19th, as well as an evening clinic. If you are interested in learning more visit: http://sledchatter.com/1-day-clinic-with-ride-rasmussen-style-seeley-lake-mt/ ; http://sledchatter.com/seeley-lake-montana-driven-school/ 
 



















We will be having cookouts at the West Side Warming Hut starting January 23rd!  Join us for burgers starting at noon!  Donations are greatly appreciated, and help support our grooming efforts for the season!

DRIFTRIDER GEAR 50% OFF!!!!  Get yours TODAY!

We have coats, hats, hoodies, long sleeve shirts,
t-shirts, and beanies!  Support our club with your 
very own club gear!  
Grooming and Snow Report
 Click                    to get the latest Snotel Report in the North Fork Jocko.
Click                      to get the latest weather forecast in Seeley Lake.
Wondering where the Groomer has been?

Click              to see what trails have been most recently groomed in the White Groomer.

Click                to see what trails have been most recently groomed in the Red Groomer.

*SAFETY FIRST* 
Always check snow conditions before you ride.
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 Click                    to get the latest Avalanche Report in the Seeley Lake area.