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.
Meet Our Board Members
Dave Nitschke — President
Dave has been with the club since the mid-80s, serving as club president since 2012.
Mickey Carr — Vice President
Jennifer Culpepper — Treasurer
Jennifer has been with the club since 2009, serving as the club treasurer since 2011.
Emily Pauley — Secretary
Emily has been with the club since 2009, serving as club secretary since 2015.
Adam Carr — Groomer Team
Adam serves as the groomer chairperson.
Jerry Regh — Groomer Team
Jerry has been with the club since 2005, and apart of the groomer team since 2011.