The Helena Snowdrifters Snowmobile Club is located in Helena, Montana the heart of snowmobile country. We have over 250 miles of groomed trails in three different trail systems and untold miles of ungroomed trails. Our organization supports other local clubs and works hand in hand with the US Forest Service and the Montana State Fish Wildlife and Parks to promote snowmobile safety and a good outdoor experience.
Trails and Safety
Besides trail grooming for MFWP, the club provides support for safety and survival training, trail maintenance, avalanche awareness, trail and map marking, trash cleanup, weed spraying, trailhead marking, sign placement, legislative rides, legislative lobbying, poker run support, and parking lot maintenance as well as snowmobile safety instruction for children.
One of our annual events, the Helena Snowdrifters Charity Ride, formerly "Women on Snow" held on Super Bowl Sunday, has been a great success and grows each year. It is attended by riders from all over Montana. Additionally, we also conduct and provide support for fun runs, family rides, and other events such as the Trans-Montana Charity Ride.
The Helena Snowdrifters is a Montana non-profit corporation and a federal 501(c)(3) tax-exempt corporation.
President - Anna Glueckert 406-202-2044
Vice President - Chad Pfeiffer 406-439-8253
Secretary - Kristina Wood 406-431-4506
Treasurer - Dawn Anderson 406-438-1251
Board of Directors
Alternate: Mike Clark
Trails - Fred Bailey
Grooming - Jason Leckner
Grooming - Kevin Horne
Membership - Lee Benner
Grants - Jody Loomis
THE HELENA SNOWDRIFTERS SNOWMOBILE CLUB IS LOCATED IN HELENA, MONTANA, AND IS RUN BY VOLUNTEERS AND MEMBERS OF OUR LOCAL COMMUNITY. TO CONTACT THEM WITH A QUESTION OR CONCERN, PLEASE FILL OUT THE FORM AND THEY WILL GET BACK TO YOU SOON.