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37 Snowmobiling has and forever will be the pinnacle of my life. I grew up in Spokane WA just south of Priest Lake ID. I have had the privilege to ride the trails of Priest Lake for the majority of my life. When I was 21 years old my buddy Jon Dodge hired me as a snowmobile guide and from there my career kept progressing. I now am a snowmobile test driver for Polaris Industries and get to travel all winter chasing snow. Growing up out West and now test driving for Polaris allows me to ride thousands of miles a year. I have been very lucky to experience many different riding areas over the years and I can honestly say Priest Lake is still my favorite spot to ride. Priest Lake offers a lot of different types of terrain that seem to suit any mode of riding style you prefer. For me I like to spend the majority of my time in the trees. Priest Lake has very technical tree-riding that helps me push myself to become the rider I want to be. If the trees arent what you like there are several Average snowfall in inches at Priest Lake Records from 4700 feet at the Priest River Experimental Forest Station 1911 - 1920 90.6 1930 - 1940 91.6 1950 - 1960 100.4 1970 - 1980 82.5 1996 - 1997 173.9 2002 - 2003 41.2 2007 - 2008 128.7 2008 - 2009 102.0 2009 - 2010 39.1 2010 - 2011 72.3 2011 - 2012 76.0 2012 - 2013 50.8 2013 - 2014 52.0 2014 - 2015 20.0 2015 - 2016 48.0 Note Lake level 2500 Above records 4700 Great snowmobiling riding is discovered at the 7000 where we get 10 to 15 feet more open bowls with great technical hill climbs or small rolling hills. In my opinion no matter what type of off-trail riding you like Priest Lake has it. Aside from the off-trail riding there are several hundred miles of groomed trails all around the lake. Along these trails you will see breath-taking views of the lake and a lot of wild life. The trails will also connect you to several of the great resorts around the lake great for any family outing. So whether you love steep technical off-trail mountain riding or taking leisurely trail rides with family Priest Lake will have you covered for your every need. Let is snow by Scott Rhodes LetitSnow