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Off-Road Vehicles – Snowmobiles and ATVs

Wallace is surrounded by huge swaths of U.S Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management property, providing over 1,000 miles of connected, all season trails, from wide open roads, to meandering paths, to single track blasts.

The City is Wallace is off-road vehicle friendly. Downtown streets and the county roads leading out of town permit ATV and snowmobile riding. Once you arrive, you can park your trailer at the Wallace Inn and ride from there. Door-to-door motorized recreation is the rule of the road in Wallace.

From Wallace, you can climb into the Bitteroot Mountains, and ride to the historic and scenic towns of Pritchard, Avery, Murray, Mullan, Coeur d’Alene, Pinehurst, Enaville, Clark Fork, Noxon, Sandpoint and more. With the motorized vehicle of your choice, the wildlands surrounding the Silver Valley become your playground.

Maps, guides and helpful advice are available at the Wallace Inn. We can suggest our favorite rides, trails, and haunts. The United States Forest Service office provides maps and trail updates.

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