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Full Day Snowmobile Tour Near Durango

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Hone in your snowmobile skills while you navigate through varied landscapes on this full-day tour that includes 4-hours of riding and lunch. Advance beyond the basics and transition into more exciting trails and landscapes. Our full-day snowmobile tour near Durango and Silverton tour is designed for riders who want to immerse themselves in the diverse terrain and climb to even more epic heights in the San Juan mountains.

Starting at our base camp on the top of Molas Pass, you'll embark on an unforgettable journey, capturing impressive skills and sights along the way. Ride your own sled or pair up with your partner. Perfect for adventure seekers and snowmobile enthusiasts who want to build their skillsets and get deep into the San Juan Mountains. Pack your camera – there will be impressive views you’ll want to capture as you make memories at this epic spot located between Durango and Silverton, Colorado.

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What's Included

4-Hour Guided Snowmobile Tour
Helmet & Goggles
Friendly & Knowledgeable Guide
Base Insurance (optional upgrade available)
Transportation to the Trailhead
Optional Gratuities

Frequently Asked Questions

Is snowmobiling safe?
Snowmobiling, an exhilarating outdoor sport, carries inherent risks and the possibility of injury. While not inherently dangerous, no trustworthy outfitter will claim it's entirely safe. With that said YOU can massively shape the amount of risk you take and significantly decrease the chance of any issues. Follow guide instructions, drive in control and ride in designated areas that will reduce or eliminate any exposure to avalanche terrain. It's illegal and prohibited to use alcohol or drugs before or during the trip. Participants under the influence will be excluded from the trip without a refund.
Can we have two riders per snowmobile?
Yes, most of our tours allow for a second passenger to ride along for a small additional fee. The weight maximum for one sled is 400 lbs so if the two riders exceed that limit you will need to be switched to individual sleds (and charged accordingly). The Backcountry Tour is for single rider sleds only.
What elevations will we be snowmobiling at?
We ride in the 10,000 to 12,000 foot elevation range, which means over 300 inches of snow a year and epic San Juan mountain views.
Do you recommend we share a snowmobile or get our own?
It's a great question and it depends on what you want to get out of the experience. Perhaps you are newly in love and you like the idea of being snuggled up to your partner and able to talk while riding and share the exact same fun and wonderful moments together. The downside is the snowmobile is less maneuverable and much more difficult to take anywhere off-groomed if you have two riders and lets face it, it is never as much fun to be the rider than the driver. So if you're looking for more throttle thrills, freedom and agility and independence then we definitely recommend getting your own sled for the optimal experience.
What is the minimum age to drive a snowmobile?
You must be 16 with a valid drivers license to drive a snowmobile. If you will be a driver with a passenger, you must be 18+. All riders must be at least 4 years of age.
What should I wear for a snowmobile tour?
Wear your ski and snowboardclothing or winter weather clothing: snow pants, jackets, boots, gloves and warm layers. We provide helmets. Goggles are required and are available for purchase on-site or bring your own. We also recommend you bring water and snacks for the trail and sunscreen if a sunny day.

Quick Facts


4h 00min

The minimum age for participants is 4 years old.



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