Jackson Hole in Winter
Anyone itching for a powder fix and obsessed with snowmobiling knows Jackson Hole Snowmobile Tours are some of the best in the world. Winter in Jackson Hole offers unlimited fresh snow with perfectly groomed trails, and all the glory of epic mountains as the backdrop. Whether you are looking for a day-long excursion or an overnight trip, there are plenty of outfitters and options that will give you the snowmobiling experience you desire.
Snowmobile Granite Hot Springs
If you’re looking for something a little out of the ordinary or just want to stay on the trail, consider taking the half-day tour to Granite Hot Springs. This tour is about 4 hours long and spans 20 miles roundtrip, ending with a memorable and relaxing soak in the famous hot springs. This is NOT your typical snowmobile tour! It’s the perfect choice for anyone looking for a fun yet relaxing day.
Continental Divide Snowmobile Tour
The Continental Divide trail system offers many miles to explore with the opportunity to experience the majestic views including Austin’s Peak and Brooks Mountain. Nestled at an altitude of 9200 feet, situated at the base of the Pinnacle Buttes northeast of Jackson Hole, this amazing location offers some of the best powder sledding in the world.
Gros Ventre Wilderness Tour
This tour is truly off the beaten path and offers a trip deep into the Wyoming wilderness, which encompasses 287,000-acres. Famous for its amazing geological features, from alpine peaks to red, purple and yellow rocky slopes, it is best known for the Gros Ventre Slide, which formed Slide Lake, back in 1925 from a huge landslide on Sheep Mountain. If you’re seeking a peaceful and remote day, this is a fantastic tour option in an interesting location.
Greys River Snowmobile Tour
The Greys River Tour offers beautiful views as you cruise along this wild river, which is 62 miles long. The river itself originates in the Wyoming Range south of the town of Alpine and flows into the Snake River Canyon. The Greys River is a fast-moving mountain stream that separates the high Wyoming Range from the Salt River Range. A local’s favorite, you won’t be disappointed with this less crowded tour through western Wyoming.
Bridger-Teton National Forest
With amazing Teton views and stunning scenery, this trip is a perfect choice for a family’s first snowmobile adventure. Known for the four W’s – “Wildlife, Winter opportunities, Wilderness, and Wild and Scenic Rivers,” the 3.4-million acres offers something for everyone, with wide-open meadows that offer many options for beginners and experienced riders alike.
Jackson Hole Snowmobile Tours are very popular and we highly recommend to book well in advance to save disappointment.
What should I bring on the tour?
- Winter clothing to be prepared for the cold, snowy conditions
- Balaclava to protect and keep your face warm
- Thermal underlayers to stay warm and dry outdoors
- A valid driver’s license to legally drive the snowmobile
- A camera to capture every memory-filled moment
What is your Cancellation & Rebooking Policy?
- Individual Tours must be cancelled with at least 48-hours prior to departure. You must call us 2 days prior to the departure time of your tour.
- Group Tours must be cancelled with at least 72-hours prior to your departure. You must call us 3 days prior to the departure time of your tour.
Do you Require a Deposit?
Are tips included?
Our professional guides word hard to keep you safe, comfortable and create a memorable experience for all of our guests.
- Individual tips are up to the discretion of guests.
- A 20% gratuity is automatically included for Private Tours and Group Tours with more than 8 guests.
Do you offer insurance in case a Snowmobile gets damaged?
Guests are responsible for 100% of any snowmobile damages incurred during their tour unless they pay for insurance. Insurance is sold in the form of a damage waiver. Please bring cash for one of two options:
- $25 for a $1000 deductible on a standard snowmobile.
- $35 for a $1150 deductible on a powder snowmobile.
** Damage waivers are considered null and void if the guest is under the influence of alcohol, drugs or driving recklessly against the guides instructions.
Are reservations required?
How old do you need to be to drive?
Is there an age minimum for kids?
Can we hire an extra driver if we have extra child passengers?
How many people do we need to book a private tour?
Are tours ever canceled?
We have a 4-snowmobile minimum requirement for group and private tours. It is a rare occurrence, but if we do not have at least 4 snowmobiles booked, we will reschedule you for a different day.
We also reserve the right to cancel tours in case of hazardous weather.