Overnight Snowmobile Trips Make The Most Of Wyoming Winters
Do you dream of a bucket list trip to the Tetons and the Jackson Hole, Wyoming area? I know I do!
Jackson Hole has long been on my travel wish list, so when I received an email detailing overnight snowmobile trips into Wyoming’s most iconic national parks, I knew I had to share it with you!
Related post: Things to do in Jackson Hole, Wyoming in the winter
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Scenic Safaris, the year-round outdoor and wildlife tour operator that offers a variety of tours into Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks and their environs, offers customizable two-day, three-day, four-day and six-day snowmobile adventures inclusive of overnight accommodations, homemade meals from local lodges, professional guides and all the necessary gear.
Guests who book these winter adventures will explore the world-famous region like a local, getting off the beaten path while enjoying the unmatched exhilaration snowmobiling provides.
“Our guides love taking vacationers on these overnight tours because it really gives them time to take in the majesty of the parks while they’re blanketed with snow,” said Taylor Frye, group sales manager at Scenic Safaris. “Overnight tours are often bucket-list experiences for our guests and we make sure everyone has a truly memorable adventure. Of course, some of our guests have such a blast, they return year after year!”
While overnight snowmobiling excursions are fully customizable, available options and itineraries include:
- Daytime snowmobiling
- Superior lodging overnight
- All hot meals from area lodges and restaurants
- Environmentally friendly snowmobiles
- Snow suit, snow boots, helmet and gloves
- Professional guide
- Transportation from and back to lodging in Jackson and to and from sports areas
Pricing for overnight packages follows:
Two-Day, One-Night Overnight Trip: Starts at $1,075 per driver, $695 per $695 per passenger (double occupancy)
Three-Day, Two-Night Overnight Trip: Starts at $1,595 per driver, $995 per passenger (double occupancy)
Six-Day, Five-Night Snowmobile Adventure: Starts at $3,345 per driver, $2,295 per passenger (double occupancy)
Brooks Lake Lodge “Luxe” trip: $2,810 per driver, $2,125 per passenger (double occupancy) – This extraordinary four-day, three-night overnight tour distinguishes itself by offering truly luxurious accommodations, in addition to the thrill of snowmobiling.
Guests who book this package enjoy three nights in Brooks Lake Lodge’s VIP Cabin Suites or VIP Lodge Rooms, all featuring charming lodge pole pine furniture, goose down bedding and plush spa robes. Each night includes a four-course dinner with a choice of entrée (beef, seafood, game, poultry or vegetarian), while breakfasts each morning are cooked-to-order. Other perks include afternoon tea and optional spa treatments, such as the relaxing Rocky Mountain Hot Stone massage—just the perfect indulgence after an adventurous day in the snow.
In addition to overnight tours, Scenic Safaris also offers day- and half-day-long guided snowmobile tours, as well as snow coach and van tours into the national parks and forests in the vicinity of Jackson, Wyoming. For DIY adventurers, Scenic Safaris also offers snowmobiles for rent for unguided rides out of Jackson, Wyoming.
To book a customized, overnight snowmobile tour, call (307) 734-8898. For information on all of Scenic Safaris’ winter tours, click here.
*Note: During the holiday season (Dec. 22 – Jan. 3), increased rates apply. Prices do not include park entrance fee and guide gratuity.
About Scenic Safaris
Based in Jackson, Wyoming, Scenic Safaris offers summer and winter tours in the majestic Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, as well as the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Summer tour options include backcountry ATV tours and wildlife-viewing hikes and tours. In the winter, Scenic Safaris offers guided tours aboard its state-of-the-art snowcoaches and quiet, fuel-efficient snowmobiles.
All equipment utilized meets the National Park Service’s newest noise and emission requirements. To ensure each tour offers guests the most informative and enjoyable experience possible, all Scenic Safaris’ tour guides are certified by the National Association for Interpretation and are Wilderness First Responders.
For more information on all tour options available, go to www.Scenic-Safaris.com, find us on Facebook or call (307) 734-8898. To make a reservation inquiry, send an E-mail to [email protected].
About Forever Resorts
Forever Resorts is an exceptional collection of destinations providing hospitality services throughout the world. The company focuses on properties with access to nature and one-of-a-kind surroundings for vacations, including houseboating adventures. For more information, go to www.ForeverResorts.com, www.Facebook.com/ForeverResorts or follow on Twitter: @ForeverResorts.
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Oh wow! Love this post. This looks like so much fun!
Thank you! Snowmobiling in Wyoming is on my winter travel bucket list!
We visited this summer. Both didn’t disappoint.
This looks beautiful and fun. I do not like to be cold but this looks worth it!
Layers, layers, and more layers! There’s great gear out there that’ll keep you warm and toasty.
This looks like an amazing and fun time!
I agree!! I wish I was out there right now. 🙂
Snowmobile is something I have always wanted to do, but most of the times is pretty expensive. I will do it for sure at some point
Expense is a consideration for me too, since I live on a teeny tiny teacher pension. Somehow though, I can usually make it work.
My next tour will be Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Thanks for giving out all these info
You’re quite welcome. Enjoy!
Looks like fun! But a little too cold for me!
When I was summiting Kilimanjaro, I was exposed to below zero temps and well below zero wind chill. I kept reminding myself that there’s no such thing as bad weather, just bad gear. Thankfully, I had great gear and stayed warm and toasty. If you’re interested, I can suggest some cold weather gear options for you.
I have been there a few times! Winter is cold! I know plenty that look forward to things like this though
That would be me! lol I can’t wait to visit in the winter.
Snowmobiling is one of the winter activities I really like, because snowmobiles have built in hand and feet warmers! This looks like a beautiful location!
My husband has skied Jackson Hole so I know it’s beautiful out there. He would be all over a snow mobile ride out there too. I love all the options the company has, over-nights as well as day trip. Thanks for sharing.
This looks like a great winter destination!
We loved Jackson Hole in the summer when we visited a few years ago. Grand Teton Mountains are some of the prettiest I have seen in the USA. This looks gorgeous and fun!
This is something that I must do!!!!!
Wow how cool. I had no idea this was even a thing, but can definitely see it being popular. I’d probably start with a half-day tour or something smaller to ease my way into it.
oooo this is a great article! so much information!!!! and what a fun thing to do! I’m in!
I was in Jackson Hole last summer. So beautiful!!!
I’m challenging myself to embrace winter this year…this would definitely be an option (I’ve never gone snowmobiling before…and never been to Wyoming).
These overnight snowmobile trips in Wyoming look amazing. My girls would have so much fun. Jackson Hole has been on my wish list since I was a teen.
Great winter get away! So fun!
Never considered Wyoming, but this snowmobile trip looks like a blast! Great helpful info and tips in this post. Would do this!
The untouched snow is such a beautiful site. I prefer not to snowmobile, but the tour sounds fun!!