Snowmobiling Adventures in Yellowstone


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Did you know? Today's snowmobile's come equipped with heated hand, thumb and "bum" warmers to keep you comfortable and focused on the fun!

Epic powder. Amazing views. Lifetime memories.

More than a mode of transportation, snowmobiling is an open-throttle form of winter recreation. Yellowstone National Park and the West Yellowstone region are the West’s best places for gliding though the snow. And now with the greener generation of machines, snowmobiling is gentler on the environment. Aboard these quiet new machines, getting closer to Yellowstone’s remarkable wildlife has never been quite so easy (or adrenaline-rushing)!

If you’ve mowed a lawn, you have the basic skills to pilot a snowmobile; climb aboard and take a tour with one of West Yellowstone’s snowmobile outfitters. The snowmobiles utilized for guided tours are electric start, four-stroke snowmobiles that are clean, quiet and comfortable. They feature backrests, reverse gears - and for those weary of the cold - heated hand, thumb, and “bum” warmers for driver and passenger.

Ride up and over the Continental Divide, leave the trail to play in the powder, and keep your eyes and ears open – snowmobiling Yellowstone, you will absolutely encounter big-game wildlife.

The Old Faithful snowmobile excursion is a great way to see the famous geyser erupt through a field of fresh powder. Outside the park boundary on U.S. Forest Service land adjacent to West Yellowstone, discover more than 300 miles of groomed, marked, and patrolled trails that start at Park Gate Lodges. These are less-traveled trails that many prefer over the more popular national park trails.

Just turn the key and get ready for the time of your life! See our winter snowmobile packages.

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