Whether you seek the exhilaration of high-speed rides or the serenity of exploring pristine trails, snowmobiling offers a unique way to connect with nature and create lifelong memories in the great outdoors. From the vastness of Alaska to the forests of Vermont, these snowmobile tours offer a perfect blend of excitement, natural beauty and the freedom to explore the great outdoors in a whole new way.
Surrounded by the Chugach Mountains, this tour takes riders across countless miles of the Alaskan Backcountry, passing moose, mountain goats and stunning scenery along the way. The real highlight of the tour, however, is exploring the glaciers, icebergs and even venturing into ice caves for an unforgettable experience. The tour is typically offered from January through May each year.
This tour is for riders looking for an all-out, thrilling adventure that will have them booking their next trip before they’re even off the mountain. Tours are offered December through early April. On average, Steamboat Springs receives more than 300 inches of its legendary (and trademarked) Champagne Powder® snow each year. The abundant snowfall transforms the area into a winter playground like no other, offering snowmobilers the opportunity to carve through deep powder and explore the scenic landscapes of the surrounding mountains.
Green Mountains National Forest
From scenic rides along the forested trails to thrilling climbs and descents, snowmobilers of all skill levels can enjoy the beauty and excitement offered by the expansive 600,000 acres of wilderness. Guests embark on a customized, two-hour snowmobile adventure, where the route is carefully chosen based on weather conditions and tailored to their experience level. Riders can be as young as four years old, and all skill levels are welcome. Trails are open from mid-December to mid-April, as long as there is a packed snow depth of four to six inches.
Snowmobiling through the Wasatch Range in Utah provides an exhilarating winter adventure amidst stunning mountain landscapes. This tour begins on a wide-groomed road to allow riders to gradually build confidence before venturing into expansive meadows and winding trails within the pristine wilderness. The season typically runs from the end of November to mid-April.