about us

Lincoln County SnoKat Club (LCSKC) is located in the beautiful northwest portion of the state of Montana and the last best place on earth! LCSKC was formed in the mid-60s, our mission was, and still is, to develop and improve snowmobiling opportunities in the Lincoln County area. A major network of quality trails have been developed over time providing excellent snowmobiling, particular to the north and west of Libby, Montana. Lincoln County has more than 150-miles of snowmobile trails. our gorgeous, scenic trails are Located in what we like to call the "Kootenai River Country." Serviced by 17-Mile Road, just off Pipe Creek Road, a parking lot at the intersection is the starting point for the use of all 4-major snowmobile trails: Big Creek Baldy, East Fork Purcell, Purcell and Quartz Creek trails. Although separate from one another, 3-of-the-4 major trails loop together, allowing riders the opportunity to vary their routes while still bringing everyone back to a common starting point.

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Meet Our Board Members

Lenny Pauley — President 

DARREN SHORT — Vice President

Jennifer Culpepper — Treasurer

Position Vacant — Secretary


*Board and club meetings are held the first Thursday of each month in the First Montana Bank conference room. For more information please email us: Info@LCSnoKatClub.com

Interested in becoming a member of the Lincoln County SnoKat Club? follow the directions as seen below the application.

Right click on application, save to desktop and print. Please send application and payment to the address printed on application. Thank you!