LANDER, Wyo. (AP) — The Continental Divide Snowmobile Trail in northwest Wyoming is ranked No. 3 in the West by snowmobilers.

The Wind River Visitors Council says the trail has been ranked in the top three for many years by readers of SnoWest magazine.

The ranking is published in the magazine's annual "Western Guide to Snowmobiling 2012," which ranks scenery, grooming, signage, map, off-trail, snow quality, crowds, terrain, services and weather.

Four Wyoming trails were ranked in the top 8 spots by snowmobile enthusiasts again this year.

The Wyoming Continental Divide Snowmobile Trail is one of the West's largest and longest trail systems. It runs more than 600 miles along the Continental Divide from Lander to West Yellowstone, Mont.