Snowmobile Tours

Yellowstone National Park

2013 / 2014 Winter Season December 15th, 2013 / March 15th , 2014 National Park Entrance Fee - $15 per snowmobile
Drivers in Yellowstone National Park must have a valid Driver's License

Old Faithful Geyser (Yellowstone)

$325.00 Single | $500.00 Double

Our most popular tour. Undaunted by summer visitors, most of Yellowstone's big game animals come down into the lower warm valleys for food and shelter. The highlight of this trip is Old Faithful, the largest concentration of geysers and hotspots. Make several stops along the way viewing wildlife and scenery and learning about the history and geological features of the Park.
Your guide will pick you up between 6 and 7am at your lodging and bring you to our office at the South Entrance of Yellowstone where you'll have breakfast and be outfitted with snowmobile gear- boots, one-piece suit, helmet, gloves, and balaclava. From Jackson, the South entrance of Yellowstone is about a 1 and 1/2 hour drive, so you'll be on your snowmobile around 9-10am.
You'll travel the 45 miles of groomed trail to Old Faithful, making several stops along the way; points of interest may include Moose Falls, Lewis Canyon, Lewis Falls, and West Thumb Geyser Basin. You'll see Old Faithful erupt and have lunch before continuing on your adventure. You'll return to your lodging around 6-7pm.

Equipment needed: winter clothing, thermals, camera, and driver’s license.
Pickup Time: 6am-7am, you will get a more specific pickup time 24 hours or more before your trip
Drop-off Time: 6pm-7pm
Breakfast:  Hot breakfast buffet at Flagg Ranch
Lunch:  We pack in lunches and eat lunch at the warming huts/yurts at Old Faithful.

Pricing:  HIGH SEASON (Dec 15 – Jan 4) $325/driver, $175/adult passenger, $150/child passenger (12 and under)
REGULAR SEASON (all other times) $295/driver, $175/adult passenger, $150/child passenger (12 and under)

Age Requirements:  You must be 16 years old with a valid driver’s license to operate a snowmobile in Yellowstone.  Passengers must be at least 5 years old.
Included: Transportation to and from your lodging in Jackson Hole, Gear (snowmobile suit, boots, and helmet), Snowmobile, Guide, Gas and oil for your snowmobile, Breakfast and Lunch.
Not included: Entrance fee into Yellowstone Park, optional snowmobile damage waiver ($20 for a $750 deductible), and Guide Gratuity.  Please bring cash for these additional fees.

Deposit and Cancellation: 100% deposit at time of booking.  24 hour cancellation/change policy (from pickup time).  If you cancel 24 hours or more in advance, there is a 5% cancellation fee.  Inside the 24 hours, the entire trip is nonrefundable.  72 hour cancellation policy for private or group trips.

To make a trip private:  For January 5th – February 12, you pay for 7 snowmobiles minimum (or how many you need) to make a trip private.  For any other time, paying for 10 snowmobiles makes a trip private.
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Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone (Yellowstone)

$325.00 Single | $500.00 Double

Undaunted by summer visitors, most of Yellowstone's big game animals come down into the lower warm valleys for food and shelter. Follow the course of the mighty Yellowstone river as it cuts through granite chasms, creating the spectacular Yellowstone Falls, chronicled by artists such as Thomas Moran and Ansel Adams.
Your guide will pick you up between 6 and 7am at your lodging and bring you to our office at the South Entrance of Yellowstone where you'll have breakfast and be outfitted with snowmobile gear- boots, one-piece suit, helmet, gloves, and balaclava. From Jackson, the South entrance of Yellowstone is about a 1 and 1/2 hour drive, so you'll be on your snowmobile around 9-10am.
You'll follow the groomed trail, 55 miles one-way, to the spectacular Yellowstone Falls. The trail follows Yellowstone Lake and you'll make stops each way for photos, wildlife viewing, and to learn about the history of the Park. This is an all-day adventure, and you'll return to your lodging around 6pm.

Equipment needed: winter clothing, thermals, camera, and driver’s license
Pickup Time: 6am-7am, you will get a more specific pickup time 24 hours or more before your trip
Drop-off Time: 6pm-7pm
Breakfast:  Hot breakfast buffet at Flagg Ranch.  Eggs, bacon, biscuits and gravy will be there to fill you up and warm you up before you start your journey!
Lunch:  We pack in lunches and eat lunch at the warming huts/yurts.

Pricing:
HIGH SEASON (Dec 15 – Jan 4) $325/driver, $175/adult passenger, $150/child passenger (12 and under)
REGULAR SEASON (all other times) $295/driver, $175/adult passenger, $150/child passenger (12 and under)

Age Requirements:  You must be 16 years old with a valid driver’s license to operate a snowmobile in Yellowstone.  Passengers must be at least 5 years old.
Included: Transportation to and from your lodging in Jackson Hole, Gear (snowmobile suit, boots, and helmet), Snowmobile, Guide, Gas and oil for your snowmobile, Breakfast and Lunch.
Not included: Entrance fee into Yellowstone Park ($15/snowmobile), optional snowmobile damage waiver ($20 for a $750 deductible), and Guide Gratuity.  Please bring cash for these additional fees.

Deposit and Cancellation: 100% deposit at time of booking.  24 hour cancellation/change policy (from pickup time).  If you cancel 24 hours or more in advance, there is a 5% cancellation fee.  Inside the 24 hours, the entire trip is nonrefundable.  72 hour cancellation policy for private or group trips.

To make a trip private:  For January 5th – February 12, you pay for 7 snowmobiles minimum (or how many you need) to make a trip private.  For any other time, paying for 10 snowmobiles makes a trip private.
 

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Bridger Teton National Forest

Grey's River, Togwotee Pass, Continental Divide and Granite Hot Springs Tours are available December 1st, 2013 thru March 31st, 2014 weather permitting.

Granite Hot Springs

$299.00 Single | $438.00 Double

This is a great trip for families and first-timers, but there’s really something for everyone on this trip! As the more cautious riders stick to the trail, you may also have some off-trail opportunities on your way to relaxing and soaking in the pristine 104-degree Granite Hot Springs. A wonderful tour for some R & R with the family that takes you through sheer Granite cliffs towering thousands of feet overhead on either side of this beautiful canyon.

4 snowmobile minimum for trip to go.

Length of Trip:   Varies by group
Pickup time:         7:30-8:30am
Drop-off time:      4:30-5:30pm
Lunch: Lunch is provided.

Pricing:  ALL SEASONS: $299/driver, $139/adult passenger, $99/powder sled upgrade

Age Requirements: Drivers must be 13 to drive a standard snowmobile, 16 to drive a powder snowmobile (600 cc).  Must be 5 years old to be a passenger.
Trip Ideal for: First time snowmobilers, wildlife enthusiasts, photographers, families with small children. 
Equipment Needed: Warm and synthetic layers, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, gloves (if you own warm and waterproof gloves), neck warmer/balaclava, camera.
Included:  Transportation to and from your lodging in Jackson Hole, Snowmobile gear (suit, boot, helmet, gloves), Snowmobile, Guide, Gas and Oil for your snowmobile, Lunch.
Not Included:  Guide Gratuity, Optional snowmobile damage waiver ($25 buys you a $1000 deductible for standard snowmobile, for powder snowmobiles the damage waiver is $35 buys you an $1150 deductible).  Please bring cash for these additional fees.
Deposit and Cancellation: 100% deposit at time of booking.  48 hour cancellation/change policy (from pickup time).  72 hour cancellation policy for private or group trips.  If you cancel 48/72 hours or more in advance, there is a 5% cancellation fee.  Inside the 48/72 hours, the entire tour is non-refundable.
To make a trip private:  $475 private guide fee.
 

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Continental Divide Trail

$259.00 Single | $398.00 Double

Explore the Continental Divide Trail System – the #1 spot in the country for snowmobiling! Famous for wide-open, powder-filled meadows, 600 miles of groomed trails, and breathtaking scenery, there is something here for everyone, from brand new riders to serious powder hounds. Get ready for breathtaking scenery and some of the best snowmobiling of your life!
4 snowmobile minimum for trip to go.

Length of Trip:   Varies by group
Pickup time:         7:30-8:30am, your pickup time will be confirmed the night before your trip
Drop-off time:      4:30-5:30pm
Lunch: Lunch is served at Togwotee Mountain Lodge’s Grizzly Grill

Pricing: 
PEAK SEASON (Dec 15–Jan 4, Feb 9-20, March 9-20) $259/driver, $139/adult passenger, $99/powder sled upgrade
REGULAR SEASON (all other times) $229/driver, $139/adult passenger, $79/powder sled upgrade

Age Requirements: Drivers must be 13 to drive a standard snowmobile, 16 to drive a powder snowmobile (600 cc).  Must be 5 years old to be a passenger.
Trip Ideal for: Anyone.  From 1st timers to Powder hounds.  Please specify when booking if you are looking for trail riding/beginner trip or off trail riding/advanced trip.
Equipment Needed: Warm and synthetic layers, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, gloves (if you own warm and waterproof gloves), neck warmer/balaclava, camera.
Included:  Transportation to and from your lodging in Jackson Hole, Snowmobile gear (suit, boot, helmet, gloves), Snowmobile, Guide, Gas and Oil for your snowmobile, Lunch.
Not Included:  Guide Gratuity, Optional snowmobile damage waiver ($25 buys you a $1000 deductible for standard snowmobile, for powder snowmobiles the damage waiver is $35 buys you an $1150 deductible).  Please bring cash for these additional fees.

Deposit and Cancellation: 100% deposit at time of booking.  48 hour cancellation/change policy (from pickup time).  72 hour cancellation policy for private or group trips.  If you cancel 48/72 hours or more in advance, there is a 5% cancellation fee.  Inside the 48/72 hours, the entire tour is non-refundable.

 To make a trip private:  $475 private guide fee.
 

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Brooks Lake Lodge

$299.00 Single | $438.00 Double

Explore the Continental Divide Trail System and arrive at Brooks Lake Lodge to dine for lunch. Brooks Lake Lodge is a delightful historic lodge set on the shores of Brooks Lake under the towering Breccia Cliffs and Pinnacle Buttes. Snowmobiling is the only way to get to this secluded gem at 9200 feet, where gourmet food, some of the best powder riding in the world, and magnificent scenery rule the day!

4 snowmobile minimum for trip to go.

Length of Trip:   Varies by group
Pickup time:         7:30-8:30am, your pickup time will be confirmed the night before your trip
Drop-off time:      4:30-5:30pm
Lunch: Lunch is served at Brooks Lake Lodge

Pricing:  ALL SEASONS: $299/driver, $139/adult passenger, $99/powder sled upgrade

Age Requirements: Drivers must be 13 to drive a standard snowmobile, 16 to drive a powder snowmobile (600 cc).  Must be 5 years old to be a passenger.
Trip Ideal for: Anyone.  From 1st timers to Powder hounds.  Please specify when booking if you are looking for trail riding/beginner trip or off trail riding/advanced trip.
Equipment Needed: Warm and synthetic layers, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, gloves (if you own warm and waterproof gloves), neck warmer/balaclava, camera.
Included:  Transportation to and from your lodging in Jackson Hole, Snowmobile gear (suit, boot, helmet, gloves), Snowmobile, Guide, Gas and Oil for your snowmobile, Lunch.
Not Included:  Guide Gratuity, Optional snowmobile damage waiver ($25 buys you a $1000 deductible for standard snowmobile, for powder snowmobiles the damage waiver is $35 buys you an $1150 deductible).  Please bring cash for these additional fees.

Deposit and Cancellation: 100% deposit at time of booking.  48 hour cancellation/change policy (from pickup time).  72 hour cancellation policy for private or group trips.  If you cancel 48/72 hours or more in advance, there is a 5% cancellation fee.  Inside the 48/72 hours, the entire tour is non-refundable.

To make a trip private:  $475 private guide fee.
 

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Grey's River Tour

$259.00 Single | $398.00 Double

With this tour you will travel the banks of the stunning Greys River to the Box Y Ranch, an historic hunting lodge, for lunch. This tour offers our guests a path less traveled and the perfect mix of on- and off-trail riding. Spectacular mountain and river vistas and potential wildlife viewing, plus abundant backcountry powder, makes this a ride you will never forget!

4 snowmobile minimum for trip to go.

Length of Trip:   Varies by group
Pickup time:         8:00-9:00am
Drop-off time:      5:00-6:00pm
Lunch: Lunch is served at the Box Y Lodge

Pricing:  PEAK SEASON (Dec 15–Jan 4, Feb 9-20, March 9-20) $259/driver, $139/adult passenger, $99/powder sled                        upgrade
REGULAR SEASON (all other times) $229/driver, $139/adult passenger, $79/powder sled upgrade

Age Requirements: Drivers must be 13 to drive a standard snowmobile, 16 to drive a powder snowmobile (600 cc).  Must be 5 years old to be a passenger.
Trip Ideal for: Anyone.  From 1st timers to Powder hounds.  Please specify when booking if you are looking for trail riding/beginner trip or off trail riding/advanced trip.
Equipment Needed: Warm and synthetic layers, hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, gloves (if you own warm and waterproof gloves), neck warmer/balaclava, camera.
Included:  Transportation to and from your lodging in Jackson Hole, Snowmobile gear (suit, boot, helmet, gloves), Snowmobile, Guide, Gas and Oil for your snowmobile, Lunch.
Not Included:  Guide Gratuity, Optional snowmobile damage waiver ($25 buys you a $1000 deductible for standard snowmobile, for powder snowmobiles the damage waiver is $35 buys you an $1150 deductible).  Please bring cash for these additional fees.

Deposit and Cancellation: 100% deposit at time of booking.  48 hour cancellation/change policy (from pickup time).  72 hour cancellation policy for private or group trips.  If you cancel 48/72 hours or more in advance, there is a 5% cancellation fee.  Inside the 48/72 hours, the entire tour is non-refundable.

To make a trip private:  $475 private guide fee.
 

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