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)

$289.00 Single | $419.00 Double

Our most popular tour. Your guide will take you by van 58 miles to Flagg Ranch near the south entrance of Yellowstone which is the starting point for Yellowstone tours. Once you have received safety instructions and park regulations you will get on the snowmobiles to begin your journey to Old Faithful.

Keep your camera handy for a chance to photograph the park's famous bison and scenic stops at Lewis Falls, West Thumb and the Continental Divide.

Refuel with a lunch timed around the predicted eruption of Old Faithful. The return trip will allow views of the Shoshone Overlook, Kepler Cascades, and Moose Falls for additional photo opportunities. Approximate tour time 6:30a.m. - 5p.m., 90 miles trail riding.

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Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone (Yellowstone)

$309.00 Single | $439.00 Double

Join us for an impressive tour of our nation's first National Park. The route to Yellowstone Canyon takes you along the northern banks of Yellowstone Lake, along the Yellowstone River and through scenic Hayden Valley.

You will want to maintain a steady pace to ensure that you have time to enjoy the scenery and learn about the unique thermal features at West Thumb, Dragons Mouth and Mud Volcano. Bring your camera to capture the majestic falls and Grand Canyon of Yellowstone River and rare wildlife photo opportunities.

Approximate tour time 6:15a.m. - 6p.m., 122 miles trail riding.

We also offer two, three and four day snowmobiles adventures to Yellowstone! Visit our Multi-day Tours page for rates and information.

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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

$230.00 Single | $360.00 Double

Our Granite Hot Springs tour gets the award for customer satisfaction! Enjoy an easy trail ride, plenty of off-trail riding in fresh powder fields, and beautiful scenery.

Bring a swimsuit and towel so you can enjoy a relaxing soak in the pool fed by natural hot springs, which averages 103 - 112 degrees. While you soak your guide prepares a delicious grilled steak lunch with all the trimmings, and if you still have the energy you can hit the playfields again on the way out.

Approximate tour time 8:30a.m. - 4:30p.m., 20+ miles of trail and off-trail riding, minimum driver age 13.

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Continental Divide Trail

$240.00 Single | $370.00 Double

Discover the pristine beauty and breathtaking scenery of the Bridger Teton National Forest as your guide leads you along the Continental Divide trail system.

Enjoy lunch and conversation at a rustic mountain lodge, and then explore a different route for additional photo opportunities on the return trip.

Approximate tour time 8a.m. - 5p.m., 60+ miles trail riding only, minimum driver age 15.

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Togwotee Mountain Pass

$230.00 Single

Renowned for deep snow, wide-open meadows and miles of groomed trails, Togwotee Pass is a favorite of local snowmobile enthusiasts and visitors.

Situated along Wyoming’s Continental Divide, exploring Togwotee Pass offers some of the country's best snowmobiling along with spectacular mountain vistas.

Approximate tour time 7:30a.m. – 5p.m., Up to 75 miles of trail and off-trail riding, minimum driver age 15, single riders only.

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Grey's River Tour

$230.00 Single | $360.00 Double

Operated by American National Park Adventures, enjoy exploring the Grey’s River, one of Wyoming’s best-kept secrets.

We will transport you to the trailhead located near the town of Alpine – 35 miles from Jackson – a short scenic drive through the Canyon of the Snake River. Then it's off to the groomed wilderness trails with several "play" areas. Greys River trails offer an awesome adventure for both beginning riders and experts. After 28 miles of trail, we come upon the rustic Box Y Ranch for lunch. After lunch we'll stop at the Elk Refuge feeding area, then it's back on the trail for 35 miles to Alpine.

Approximate tour time 7:30AM – 5:30PM Up to 60 miles of trail and off-trail riding, minimum driver age 13.

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