The La Pine Lodgepole Dodgers Snowmobile Club is responsible for grooming and trail clearing the Newberry Monument snowmobiling area (often referred to as Paulina or 10 Mile Snow Park) off Highway 97 northeast of La Pine, OR. Click here to visit their website for grooming report updates and schedule of events – Lodgepole Dodgers.
La Pine is home to the Newberry National Volcanic Monument which offers some of the most unique snowmobiling in Central Oregon and the Pacific Northwest.
The La Pine Lodgepole Dodgers Snowmobile Club is responsible for grooming and trail clearing the Newberry Monument snowmobiling area (often referred to as Paulina or 10 Mile Snow park) off Highway 97 northeast of La Pine. OR. There are 155 miles of groomed trails in addition to many miles of non-maintained trails and some of Oregon’s best boondocking. Visit their site for more up-to-date information.
Newberry Volcano is 7985 ft (2434 m)
Major Peaks: Paulina Peak 7985 ft (2434 m) | North Paulina Peak 7686 ft (2343 m)
Location: East of Cascade Range, central Oregon, 25 miles (40 km) SSE of Bend
Volcanic Type: Shield volcano with caldera and cinder cones
Volcanic Status: Active, fumaroles in both lakes
Skiable Vertical: over 3000 ft (900 m)
Timberline: over 8000 ft (2400 m), above the highest summits
User Fees: Northwest Forest Pass required for parking (Sno-Park Permit from November-April)
Snowmobiling at Newberry National Volcanic Monument:
Six Mile Sno-Park
Ten Mile Sno-Park
Areas for Snowmobiling at Mt. Bachelor
The Mt. Bachelor trail system stretches for over 250 miles into acres of back-country full of open snowfields and old growth ponderosa pines. The rugged high mountain terrain promises exhilarating mountain views at every new bend in the trail. The Oregon State Snowmobile Association provides snowmobile trail maps. Click here to view the one for Mt. Bachelor.