The snowmobile rentals we offer are perfect if you have years of experience, know Wasatch Mountain State Park well, and can handle yourself without a guide.
With our exclusive partnership with Wasatch Mountain State Park, we can base our operation on trailheads, so no trailering is needed. The check-in is at Wasatch Mountain State Park, and after a short (5-minute) shuttle ride to the trailhead, you’ll be on your machine and exploring the 60+ miles of groomed trails and 50,000+ acres of the Wasatch-Uinta Forest Service. This is not a good choice if this is your first time snowmobiling or your first time in the mountains. After you leave the trailhead, you’re on your own and should know how to navigate trails and mountains and get unstuck. This area has a lot of significant areas to ride, but conditions are unpredictable and constantly changing. We are sure to have a vehicle to meet your needs with several machine options to choose from.
Note: All unguided rentals have a required damage deposit (taken at check-in), and fuel and oil are not included in the list price.
Whether you’re a first-timer, have snowmobile experience, or want to push your comfort zone and learn new skills, our Mountain Adrenaline Riding Clinics are the perfect option. Our riding clinics focus on building your riding skills so you can be a more confident rider ready for steep and deep terrain. These clinics are kept to tiny group sizes (4-6 riders) to ensure each person gets the hands-on and personalized coaching they need to develop their skills. We have a wide selection of snowmobiles, so we’ll ensure you get the right one so you progress safely and confidently (too much power or too big a sled can make sluggish progress). Please read the sled descriptions and choose the one you feel is best for you. We will also look at sled selections at check-in to ensure you are on the right sled for your abilities. Mountain snowmobiling is physically exhausting. You will be getting stuck and helping dig out. Our different levels are directly related to the duration of how long most people can be out before they get too exhausted. When was the last time you worked out for 3-4 hours straight? If you are unsure what level you are at, or if you have any questions, please call or email us so we can fit you suitably for the best experience possible.
Our Snowmobile Adventure Tours are our most popular tours for a reason. These tours are perfect for those trying snowmobiling out for the first time and those who have gone several times and are looking for an exciting trip with no guesswork. We keep our group sizes small to ensure the personalized experience we are known for. From the beginning, our guides will help you get sized for gear, teach you how to operate and handle the snowmobile, and take you up over 2500 feet from our base camp to the peak. These tours cover a variety of terrain and riding conditions.
The tour starts on an excellent, wide-groomed road so that you can get comfortable on the snowmobile over the first few miles. Then, at the higher elevations, our options open up. There are several large meadows we can let you loose on. We also have numerous single-track trails that wind through hundreds of acres of pristine wilderness. The guide will choose the best paths for your group’s comfort and riding abilities. During our tour, you’ll see some of the most beautiful views and scenery you’ve ever seen, and our guides are your photographers so that you can snap some incredible photos. Plus, it’ll make all your social followers jealous!
The 2-hour option is more popular due to more starting time options, and it seems to be the perfect timeline to hit all of the highlight spots without being too exhausted for the ride home. Remember that snowmobiling is very physical, and you will be at a high altitude.
The Sleds: This tour utilizes our brand new Skidoo Grand Touring 600 ACE 4-stroke snowmobiles. These are the perfect sleds for on-trail comfort and ease of use. You can ride these as a single or with a passenger. The driver has a tall windshield, heated handlebars, and an adjustable ergonomic throttle. The passenger has a large backrest, and heated hand holds with wind deflectors. These sleds are stable and have a trail-tuned suspension to ensure an enjoyable smooth ride.