Ski Big Sky, Snowmobile Yellowstone Park! Tours

For Reservations, Call: 1-800-221-1151

Snowmobile Inside Yellowstone - Early Departure
Per single riding snowmobile (includes guide), or
$189.00 Riding double on a double riding snowmobile (includes guide)
NOT included:  Yellowstone National Park entrance pass, fees, taxes & gratuities.
Drivers license required

Looking for a unique overnight experience?
2008/2009: Try an overnight adventure to Northern Yellowstone. Experience the wolves and wildlife of Lamar Valley. Call us for more details and information at 1-800-221-1151.

Snowmobile Outside Yellowstone

 Per single riding snowmobile
$149.00 Riding double on a double riding snowmobile (Arctic Cat T660 4-stroke)
NOT included in any of the above prices:  fees, taxes & gratuities.

Why Snowmobile Inside Yellowstone?
Come explore the wonders of Yellowstone National Park in the winter, an experience you will never forget. You will not want to miss seeing Old Faithful and other wintry sights in Yellowstone. Our tours include an authorized Yellowstone guide.

Why Snowmobile Outside Yellowstone?
Take in the ultimate beauty and fun of running on groomed trails or riding free in the powder snow of the Gallatin, Targhee, and Beaverhead National Forests. Visit Two Top Mountain, Black Bear Canyon and Big Springs, places for your imagination to soar, places to build an unforgettable winter memory. Self-guided tours or ask about adding an authorized National Forest guide.


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Reservation Information:
7:00 am - 11:00 pm - 7 days a week.

Rental Hours:
8:00 am to 5:00 pm - 7 days a week.

Guide Service:
Guides: $45 per sled to ride with group of 10 - $375 per day per private group.
Private guide for Yellowstone Lower Loop tour -$450 per day per private group.
Licensed to guide in three National Forests and Yellowstone National Park.

Snowmobile Clothing Rentals:
Snowmobile suit - $6, gloves - $2, face mask - $2, helmet - $5 and boots - $5. Complete clothing outfit - $15 per day.

Helmets are required. If you bring your own, you must sign a waiver.

Handlebar Heaters: Standard on all models.

Gas: All rates include first tank of gas each day.

Maps: Are available for local areas. Trails are clearly marked and groomed.

Orientation: A free orientation is provided with each rental.

Food: Most days you will eat at a quaint, little restaurant out on the trail.

Yellowstone National Park: Valid state driver's license are required.  A learner's permit/temporary driver's license is NOT considered valid for Yellowstone Park.

Yellowstone National Park Entrance Pass: $15 per snowmobile for a one day pass or $20 per snowmobile for a 7 day pass;  $12 per adult (16 and older) in snowcoach for a one day pass or $15 for a 7day pass OR an annual National Park pass, annual Interagency Pass, Interagency Senior Pass or Interagency Access pass. (The former Golden Age, Golden Eagle, and Golden Access passes are valid until they expire.) Remember, you must bring photo identification with your park pass.

Yellowstone Is Open And The Deep Snows And Animals Are Back

Trees are burdened with heavy snows that cling to their branches. Animals are abundant as they forage for food and wallow belly deep in the snow. Snowmobiles and snowcoaches traverse the streets of West Yellowstone on their way to see the wonders of Yellowstone or the unexcelled snowmobile country outside of West Yellowstone. The Gallatin, Targhee and Beaverhead National Forests provide days of riding that West Yellowstone have become famous for.

Yellowstone Winter Use Plan Update:

A recent court order removes uncertainty about snowmobile and snowcoach access in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks for the winter of 2008-2009.

Under the reinstated 2004 rule, motorized over snow access will be allowed this winter as it has for the past four winters. Up to 720 commercially guided, Best Available Technology (BAT) snowmobiles and up to 78 snowcoaches will be allowed per day in Yellowstone National Park. This means, we as Yellowstone Park snowmobile and snowcoach concessionaires are able to take you into the Park under the same conditions as the last four years.

"Monitoring data from the past four winters shows excellent air quality, few wildlife disturbances, and reduced sound impacts. All were at fully acceptable levels, and below levels recorded during historic, unregulated
use in the parks, which show that the limited use of guided, BAT snowmobiles has worked."(NPS news release)

For Reservations Contact: 1-800-221-1151