Mix the beauty of the Grand Tetons with the exhilaration of snowmobiling and you’ll understand why this is one of the more popular winter activities at the ranch for both over night guests and day visitors.

Situated along a spur on the famous Continental Divide Trail, the area boasts more than 500 miles of groomed trails. Our experienced guides will take you through backcountry that is rated as some of the best snowmobile terrain in the country.

Where You’ll Explore

Located in Western Wyoming, the Bridger-Teton National Forest offers more than 3.4 million acres of public land for outdoor recreation enjoyment. The area features pristine watersheds, abundant wildlife and immense wildlands. It is also a large part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem – the largest intact ecosystem in the continental U.S.

Bridger-Teton offers nearly 1.2 million acres of designated wilderness to explore and boasts more than 3,000 miles of roads and trails and thousands of miles of unspoiled rivers and streams.

What You’ll See

Our guides are permitted for tours that will safely navigate you on a scenic tour around the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Your trip will be tailored to match your preferences and ability. Your journey might include:

  • A ride along the Buffalo Fork River and through the woods in search of wildlife and photo opportunities
  • Streaking along the Continental Divide Trail System, which is some of the best snowmobile terrain in the country

What To Expect

You’ll be riding atop a four-stroke Ski Doo expedition snowmobiles that let riders traverse our trails and handle off road adventures. You can sled through the snow on a three-hour or full-day tour. The full-day trip includes a stop at a historic lodge tucked away in the mountains or along the trail for lunch. Half-day trips include lunch at the lodge.

You can tap into the knowledge of our guides to create a customized tour that meets your interests. Regardless of the trip you choose, our tours are family friendly and suited for riders of all experiences. The safety and avalanche training our guides receive ensure the route you take will be the safest for the conditions on the day of your ride.

No need to worry about packing bulky winter gear. Base layer clothing and a simple outer layer is good enough. We’ll provide a one-piece suit, boots, helmet and gloves.

Back At The Ranch

Once you’re finished, you’ll return to the ranch where you’ll be able to relive your adventure in front of a crackling fire and with a warm toddy in hand. You can plan your next adventure during an evening meal created from locally sourced ingredients and expertly prepared by our chef. You can learn more and book your trip by visiting our snowmobile adventure page.