FAQs

Snowmobile FAQs

What if I have never ridden a snowmobile?

We always review the proper operating and safety procedures with all riders. We will recommend riding areas that fit your level of riding experience. Snowmobiles have automatic transmissions making them easy to drive.

What if I can’t tow a trailer?

We will be happy to transport your ATVs or snowmobiles to a trailhead and pick you up at a designated time.

What mountain passes are nearby?

There are a variety of passes for both the experienced and inexperienced rider. These include: Marshall Pass, Cumberland Pass, Tin Cup Pass, Hancock Pass, Tomichi Pass, North Fork, Napoleon Pass, and Silver Creek. Our personal favorites are North Fork, Marshall Pass and Silver Creek.

Where can I take the snowmobile I rent?

You can take the snowmobile that you rent anywhere that you desire, as long as you return by the time your rental is due. We suggest you stay on established trails and pack out what you take in.

What is the youngest age you allow on a snowmobile tour?

The minimum requirement to drive a machine is that you be 16 years old with a valid driver’s license. Children who are 5 years old may ride as a passenger.

Is this safe for first time snowmobile riders?

YES! First time riders are not allowed to rent machines; however, they may ride on a guided tour. This is a great place to learn to ride safely with the patient professional instruction of one of our seasoned guides.

What should I wear?

Ski gear is the most appropriate clothing; warm and waterproof. We have everything you need available for rent. Our complete package includes boots, jacket, helmet, goggles, bibs. gloves, face mask, all for only $20.

Do I need a reservation?

We ask that you give us 24 notice to ensure availability. We often have tours and machines availability, so call us today. Given advance notice we can ensure the right number of guides and machines for your trip.

What gear do you provide?

We provide helmets. You can rent boots, bibs, gloves, goggles and balaclavas from All Season Adventures.

What should I bring?

The best gear to wear snowmobiling is your ski gear. Warm boots, gloves, ski jacket and pants will work great. Our $20 gear rental package include boots, bibs, gloves, jackets, and balaclavas. Helmets and goggles are provided.

ATV FAQs

What if I have never ridden an ATV?

We always review the proper operating and safety procedures with all riders. We will recommend riding areas that fit your level of riding experience. ATVs have automatic transmissions making them easy to drive.

What if I can’t tow a trailer?

We will be happy to transport your ATVs or snowmobiles to a trailhead and pick you up at a designated time.

What mountain passes are nearby?

There are a variety of passes for both the experienced and inexperienced rider. These include: Marshall Pass, Cumberland Pass, Tin Cup Pass, Hancock Pass, Tomichi Pass, North Fork, Napoleon Pass, and Silver Creek. Our personal favorites are North Fork, Marshall Pass and Silver Creek.

Where can I take the ATVs I rent?

You can take the ATV that you rent anywhere that you desire, as long as you return by the time your rental is due. We suggest you stay on established trails and pack out what you take in.

What is the youngest age you allow on an ATV tour?

The minimum requirement to drive a machine is that you be 16 years old with a valid driver’s license. Children who are 5 years old may ride as a passenger.

Is this safe for first time ATV riders?

YES! First time riders are not allowed to rent machines; however, they may ride on a guided tour. This is a great place to learn to ride safely with the patient professional instruction of one of our seasoned guides.

What should I wear?

Long pants and closed toe shoes are the only requirements. We recommend you bring layers as the weather in the mountains can change quickly.

Do I need a reservation?

We ask that you give us 24 notice to ensure availability. We often have tours and machines availability, so call us today. Given advance notice we can ensure the right number of guides and machines for your trip.

What should I bring?

For summer adventures you should bring a long sleeve shirt, light jacket, long pants, sunblock, sun glasses, munchies or a picnic lunch, and plenty of water. A rain jacket is always a good idea.