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What To Expect at Shoshone National Forest on a Snowmobile

Winter wonderlands abound in beautiful Shoshone National Forest, and there’s no better way to experience the glories of the backcountry than by snowmobile. Whether you’re sightseeing with your family, as a couple or with friends – or just getting in some you time – you won’t be sorry you hopped on the back of a…

Where to Rent a Ski-Doo Snowmobile

Winter often has a bad reputation for being a long, tiresome season. In areas around Togwotee and Alpine, however, it’s a time of year that allows people to feel refreshed and invigorated — particularly when they go cruising through the backcountry on a Ski-Doo snowmobile. The Capabilities of a Ski-Doo Snowmobile A Ski-Doo snowmobile is…

How to Prepare for Your Long-Distance Snowmobile Tour

High-mileage snowmobile trips offer a thrill like no other. It takes a while to settle into the rhythm of the road, after all … who wants to give that up right when they’ve gotten into the swing of things? However, traveling long distances on a snowmobile also requires careful preparation. Extended excursions into the wintry…

Where to Take Your First Snowmobiling Experience

Snowmobiling is a thrill, few would argue that. The wind whipping in your face, the flakes flying behind you, the fall-leafed trees or barren branches going by. But the sport can also be dangerous, which is why you should think carefully about where to take your first snowmobile tour. Here is a list of our…

Where to Book a Togwotee Snowmobiling Tour

Straddling the Continental Divide, Togwotee (pronounced toe’-ga-tee) is a unique destination for those who love seeing the American landscape at its best. The mountain boasts some of the most glorious scenery in the United States. Its stunning views, flocked evergreens and sweeping expanses of unbroken snow covered meadow make for a perfect snowmobiling opportunity. But…

Snowmobile Riding Tips for Beginners

So … snowmobiling, huh? Perhaps you’ve considered snowmobiling in the past, but dismissed it as a sport for experts or the hardcore. Maybe you’ve always been enchanted by the idea, but never had the opportunity before. Or possibly, you’ve never even thought of it until presented with the possibility of our once-in-a-lifetime snowmobile tours. Whatever your story,…

​5 Winter Activities for Teens Near Jackson Hole

Teens can be tough to travel with. There’s nothing like planning what you think is the perfect family vacay, only to realize that your teen or tween would rather be home with his PlayStation. Luckily, if you’re headed to Wyoming this winter, there are a flurry of seasonal activities to capture your picky teen’s attention….

​A Guide to Snow Travel in National Parks

America’s National Parks saw record attendance in 2016, with around 330 million tourists checking out the sights. Most of them visited in spring, summer or fall, when the majority of parks see their best weather. Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park – both located near Jackson Hole, Wyoming – were among the most visited parks in the western states. While winter travel in Wyoming’s parks is restricted, the cooler months offer picturesque scenery and wildlife encounters unique to the season. Here are a few of the ways that tourists can get in on the action around Yellowstone and Grand Teton, even in heavy snow. Snowmobiling A favorite mode of transportation for winter sports enthusiasts, snowmobiles can reach upwards of 150 miles per hour! Of course, you won’t be going anywhere near that speed inside any of America’s National Parks. Since…

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