Togwotee snowmobile trail riding adventures offer 600 miles of groomed snowmobile trails and wide-open meadows around Togwotee Pass – accessible directly from the Lodge. After a day under the bright blue sky in waist-deep powder, you’ll see why snowmobile manufacturers use Togwotee for filming and advertising. Below is a list of snowmobiles for rent, which are perfect for enjoying a day on the Wyoming trails.
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This is a beginner tour that will start with detailed instruction on the operation and safe use of your snowmobile. Beginner tours are not boring tours! We will stop in meadows to allow the adventurous to "let er rip!" We will see unbelieveable scenery in the Bridger-Teton National Forest with the potential of wildlife sightings. If you are looking to hone your riding skills and move up to the intermediate tours, our guides will give you pointers to help you progress.
- Trail: Never been on a snowmobile, or only snowmobiled a few times.
- Off Trail: Has operated snowmobiles a few times but never in deep powder.
The intermediate tour is for those who already familiar with the operation of snowmobiles. Intermediate tours venture farther off trail and travel at higher speeds on trail than beginner tours.
- Trail: Rides sleds 5-10 times a year, can maintain speed and maneuver corners easily.
- Off Trail: Rides sleds 8-10 times a year, has been in some powder but not deep powder. May understand powder turns but cannot execute every time.
Advanced tours are for highly experienced riders. These tours are for regular snowmobile riders who are comfortable at high speeds for on trail tours, and are very capable off trail (for off trail tours). Advanced off trail tours require the rider to comfortably make powder turns and has some proficiency at side hilling.
- Trail: Enjoys high rates of speed and rides 15-20 times a year, has owned or currently owns their sled. Can corner at high rates of speed. Feels comfortable on snowmobiles.
- Off Trail: Has riden deep powder and can powder turn, side hill and hill climb. Not always able to execute side hilling and more technical powder turns through trees down hill.
Extreme tours are off trail and REQUIRE solid proficiency at off trail riding. You could end up in a situation where side hilling for 100 feet could be required, or where downhill powder turns through tight trees are non-optional.
- Off Trail Only Classification! Owns sled or rides 20+ times a year in powder. Can side hill for 200+ yards or powder turn on a dime. Can powder turn down hill while maneuvering through trees. Enjoys all forms of backcountry from hill climbing to boon docking.