Bridger-Teton Forest: Half-Day Snowmobile Remote Adventure

Bridger-Teton Forest: Half-Day Snowmobile Remote Adventure

From US$ 200 per person

Set off on a wild Wyoming winter adventure and explore country the public does not access. Enjoy warm drinks and snacks at a remote, historic trapper's cabin in the midst of the forest. Witness a remote setting blanketed in peaceful snow-covered beauty.

About this activity

Free cancellation
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COVID-19 precautions
Special health and safety measures apply. Learn more
Small group
Limited to 10 participants
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Duration 3.5 hours
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  • Ride a snowmobile through a variety of terrain to remote areas not accessible to the general public
  • Witness back-country Wyoming in it's white wonderland splendor
  • Visit a remote and historic trapper's cabin deep in the National Forest
  • Take a break at the cabin for warm drinks and snacks, and feed the wild birds out of your hands
  • See the tracks or get a glimpse of a variety of forest inhabitants, from moose and ermine to foxes and wolves
Full description
Delight in a half-day snowmobile adventure in the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Learn how to lean into turns and shift your weight to stay on the trail as you go through gorgeous and varied landscapes. Choose to drive and ride your own snowmobile, or have a double sled with a passenger. Meet your guide at the shop where the snowmobile suits, boots, and helmets are kept, and borrow what you need. If you have downhill ski clothing, that works for this activity as well. Once suited up, go to the trailhead where the machines are parked and receive instructions about operating your snowmobile. Although the adventure begins on relatively flat terrain to allow you to become familiar with driving, don't expect a wide groomed road/trail for this adventure. The snow conditions and snow depths are a big influence. Once you've got the hang of driving, climb and descend, follow twists and turns, and go as fast as you are comfortable; you will gain confidence as the ride progresses. If conditions and abilities allow, there will be time to ride freely and play in open meadows. Take a break and explore the site of the historic trapper's cabin, deep in the midst of the forest. The potbelly stove will be lit, water warmed for drinks, and snacks readied for your arrival there. Here, relax, chat, and soak in the pristine and remote surroundings. Learn about the history of the cabin and the area, and hear stories of adventures and secrets. Prior to heading back, enjoy a special treat feeding the wild birds that frequent the cabin area. They will alight on your hands and take food if you are still. Then, continue your trip and return to the trail head, possibly taking a new, exciting trail. Finally, travel the short distance to the shop where you can return any gear you have used.
  • Snowmobile suits, boots, and helmets
  • Operating instructions
  • Guides
  • Food and drinks
  • Forest Service fees
  • Transportation to/from the meeting location in Bondurant, WY
  • Sunglasses, goggles, gloves, scarves/neck warmers, and hats
  • Tips
Not suitable for
  • Children under 5 years
COVID-19 precautions
Safety measures in place
  • All areas that customers touch are frequently cleaned
  • The number of visitors is limited to reduce crowds

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Meeting point

Please meet at The Elk Horn Bar and Trading Post, 14523 US-191/189, Bondurant, WY. It is on the west side of the Rt 191/189, between mile markers 145 & 144. Allow about 1-1.25 hours to travel from Jackson, WY depending on road conditions.

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Important information

What to bring

  • Warm clothing
  • Sunglasses
  • Weather-appropriate clothing
  • Thermal clothing

Know before you go

  • Drivers must be at least 16 years old with a valid driver's license. Child passengers must be at least 5 years old.
  •  This experience requires a minimum of 2 drivers. If the minimum number isn't met, you’ll be offered a different date, or a full refund.
  • Due to COVID-19 preventative measures, it is recommended to come wearing your own gear and not to borrow any.
  • Upon booking, you will receive confirmation and written directions
  • The entire adventure lasts roughly 3.5–4 hours, with the driving time between 2–3 hours, depending on your group's skills and road conditions
  • This tour does require some physical ability, but is not strenuous.
  • In the interest of safety and comfort, your tour might be rescheduled or canceled due to inclement weather
  • A basic level of English is required to understand simple instructions from the guides
  • There is an outside toilet at the cabin site
Customer reviews

Overall rating

5 / 5

based on 20 reviews

Review summary

  • Guide
    5.0 / 5
  • Transportation
    4.9 / 5
  • Value for money
    4.8 / 5
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I had never snowmobiled before so I wasn’t sure whether I would love it or not, but let me tell you I absolutely did! It was so exhilarating and the two guides were fabulous. The mid tour stop at the trapper cabin for snacks and drinks was amazing as well, we really enjoyed talking to Pat. I can’t recommend this highly enough and wish we had done the full day instead of just the half day!

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18 February 2021

Our entire experience was smooth, enjoyable, and the highlight of our time in WY! As a first timer on a snow machine, I left feeling confident, yet the guides were happy to help when I ventured into powder in the meadow and promptly got stuck :) My only complaint was that the trip wasn't longer!

9 February 2021

We met Toby, our guide & he showed us to the meeting spot at the machines. He went over a few do's and don'ts and off we went. He took us on trails through the woods, stopped and let us play "free-style" in an open field, then through the woods to the trappers cabin for a warm drink, time to walk around and explore, and take a breather. There we met up with Joe, the 2nd guide. From there we went on more trails and to another big open field for more "freestyle" where we really cut up & had a blast! After about 30-45 mins of fun we headed back to the finish line. I can not say enough good things about Toby and Joe! They helped us out figuring the best way to ride, helped us get unstuck in the 3' snow, and just let us go to have fun riding. I have been on many excursions in my days, however with these guys and the pure excitement if this wasn't the best one yet it is definitely a top 3. Toby and Joe, you guys ROCK!!!

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21 January 2021

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