- 51 Ratings
Half-Day Snowmobile Tour in Steamboat Springs
Cruise around the snowy landscapes of Steamboat Springs on a half-day snowmobile tour full of wintry wonder. See the sights as you ride over packed snow and enjoy the fresh air of this Colorado treasure.
What You Will Do
- Hit the throttle on a three-hour snowmobile ride through the white wilderness of Colorado's woodlands
- Cruise through open meadows and down snowy trails, which are kept well-groomed for a smooth ride
- Enjoy impressive views of nearby mountains, like Flat Tops, Sleeping Giant and Mt. Werner
- Warm up with some hot cocoa and a cookie back at the lodge after your wild ride
- Add some extra fun with an hour of tubing where you fly down some speedy slopes
- Three-hour snowmobile tour
- Hot chocolate and cookie
- Snowmobile helmets
- Small selection of snow gear
- One-hour of tubing
Full refunds for cancellations made at least 24 hours in advance.
- 51 Ratings
The trip was wonderful! We had a blast!
The snowmobile trip was really great. Good guide, beautiful scenery and good speed and time of trip. The tubing was lots of fun as well for both adults and kids! Our only not satisfying part was the lunch part of the day. The food was fine, not great and or satisfying. They were out of the drinks that were offered and didn't offer what else was to come with the meal(chips?). That was disappointing, especially since we had done other snowmobile trips in the area with a wonderful lunch offering.
The guide went way too fast on our ride. I had never driven a snow mobile before and it was hard to keep up. There were times that I lost sight of the tour group all together, and it was scary.
Everyone had a great time!
I loved the tour guides who took us out for the snowmobile tour. It was such a blast and I would do it again. The experience was well worth the price. We purchased the halfday adventure that including tubing and it brought out the kid in us. On top of everything, they picked us up right outside of the place we were staying so that we didn't have to drive in the snow. The only reason I didn't give them five stars was that the left handle warmer on my snowmobile was broken and my hand got so cold that my hand hurt so bad until I lost feeling in it up to my elbow. It would have been nice if they had checked it before we went out for three hours in the freezing cold weather and snow. On top of that, we started off with two tour guides but one of them had to leave halfway through the tour so that they could help out another tour group. It made it a little difficult only having one tour guide for six people. Besides that though, everything was great!