Greys River is a tributary of the Snake River, flowing through western Wyoming. The river is about 62 miles (100 km) long and eventually flows into Snake River in the Snake River Canyon. 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.
Call 307.733.8800 to book your Greys River Tour today!
Operating Season: January 5 – April 15 (snow conditions dependent)
With the Greys River Snowmobile Tour you will experience spectacular views of mountains, Greys River, and area wildlife. A mid-day stop at Box Y Ranch, a remote and historic hunting lodge, is one lunch you won’t want to miss.
This tour offers trail and off-trail riding options.
Trail Riding Option: This option will have you exploring the wonderfully groomed trails and serenity of western Wyoming from the comfortable seat of your snowmobile. You will follow the shores of Greys River where the scenery is amazing and the ride is beyond fun.
Off-Trail Riding Option: If you are a “powder hound” and prefer an off-trail, thrilling snowmobile adventure, then come experience fresh snow in the Blind Bull Basin and other secret spots our guides know and love.
Regardless of the option selected, lunch for everyone will be served at Box Y Lodge, an historic hunting lodge snuggled away in the mountains.
|Length of Trip||9 Hours from pick-up to drop-off|
|Miles on Snowmobile||60-100 varies by group|
|Time from Jackson to Trailhead||45 minutes - 1 hour (road conditions dependent)|
|Includes||Warm and Waterproof Snowmobile Suit, Boots, Helmet, Gloves, and Lunch|
|Pick-Up / Drop-Off Times||8:15 am - 8:45 am / 5:00 pm - 5:30 pm|
|Peak Season Pricing||
$280.00 per driver
(Jan 6 - Feb 6)
|$260.00 per driver
$200.00 per passenger
$150.00 per child passenger (Ages 5 - 12)
NOTE: The Greys River Tour is offered on weekdays only but a private tour can be arranged for weekend adventures. Just give us a call.
Call 866.278.4245 to book your Greys River Tour today!
- Loose comfortable layers under ski or snowmobile gear
- Synthetic materials such as polyester fleece, or natural wool blends
- Thermal underwear, warm socks, waterproof gloves
- UV protections sunglasses
- Lip balm and Sunscreen
- Disposable hand and foot warmers
- Ball cap or knit cap, facemask, scar, or neck gator
- Cash for optional snowmobile damage waiver and guide gratuity
- Driver License for those who will be operating a snowmobile
- Lastly, don't forget your camera!
NOTE: We have fleece jackets, vests, neck gators, facemasks, as well as hand and foot warmers for sale at our office in case you forget something.