On the Grand Canyon Snowmobile Tour, guests have the opportunity to visit the biggest waterfall in Yellowstone, also known as the Lower Falls, which has a drop of 308 feet. This incredible natural wonder was originally made famous by renowned artists Thomas Moran and Ansel Adams. The magnificent animals of Yellowstone commonly migrate to the lower valleys for food and shelter during the winter seasons, making it easier for visitors to spot these beautiful creatures.
Grand Canyon Snowmobile Tour – Full Day Details
The Grand Canyon Snowmobile Tour starts bright and early between 6:00am-7:00am to give visitors the most time possible on tour. The first stop along the way is for a hearty breakfast at Flagg Ranch.
With a full day of touring, this trip is perfect for those looking for an exciting adventure that covers some of the most scenic locations in Yellowstone, including the beautiful shores of Yellowstone Lake.
Snowmobiles in Yellowstone are under strict environmental regulations. To meet these regulations, the snowmobiles used are 2017 or 2018 Ski Doo 4-stroke machines, which are environmentally friendly. Snowmobile drivers must have prior snowmobiling experience, and a valid driver’s license.
The time spent driving the snowmobile is approximately 6 to 7 hours, 130 miles roundtrip, in potentially subzero weather, so physical stamina is an important prerequisite to participate on this tour. Children passengers must be at least 10 years old, although 12 or older is preferred. For younger guests or guests with less stamina, the snowcoach tours to the Grand Canyon are a good alternative!
Adults: Special pricing is in effect for the 2020/2021 Winter Season due to Covid – please call us on 307-316-1620
Children: Special pricing is in effect for the 2020/2021 Winter Season due to Covid – please call us on 307-316-1620
Hotel pick-up, breakfast and lunch are included. The park entrance fee of $50 per person and guide gratuity are not included in the price. The park entrance fee for the group can be reduced by purchasing an annual pass. Your guide will help you make the best choice.
Does our group have to pay park entrance fees?
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?
- Individual tips are up to the discretion of guests.
- A 15% 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?
- $25 for a $750 deductible on a standard snowmobile.
- $35 for a $1500 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.
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Do you still go out if there is a storm?
Forever Resorts delivers the Grand Canyon Snowmobile Tour and is an authorized concessioner of the National Park Service and state and public agencies, and operates under special use permits with the USDA Forest Service. Yellowstone-Snowmobiles.com is a marketing arm of AdventuresJH LLC and provides online booking, customer service and sales marketing support.