Adventure Snowmobile Tours
Northwest Wyoming is known as one of the world's top snowmobile destinations, and there are three BIG reasons why. First, Bridger-Teton National Forest, with its 2.5 million acres (1+ million hectares) of varied mountain terrain and 600 miles (960km) of groomed snowmobile trails, make this country accessible from many vantage points. This gives our guests wide open spaces. Second, our riding area in and around Jackson Hole, receives over 600 inches of light, powdery snowfall annually – perfect for carving through chest-deep powder, climbing to endless heights, and boon dock over rolling meadows. Lastly, benefits of riding in high elevations is a longer riding season. Tours run from November to mid-April.
Greys River is a tributary of the Snake River, flowing through western Wyoming. Greys River is a rushing mountain stream that separates the high Wyoming Range (east) from the Salt River Range (west). In the winter months Greys River is stunning to see.
Continental Divide & Togwotee Pass
The Continental Divide, also referred to as North America’s backbone, cuts through Wyoming from the northwest to the south central border.
Togwotee Pass (pronounced toga-tee) is a mountain pass located on the Continental Divide in the Absaroka Mountains of the United States, between the towns of Dubois and Moran Junction, Wyoming. The pass provides the most direct access to Grand Teton National Park from eastern Wyoming.