Colorado Snowmobile Adventures
[4 days, 3 nights] ...... $1588.00 Per Person .....
Experienced drivers / no dbls.
This safari departs Colorado Springs, to Buena Vista, where your adventure begins at the Cottonwood Trail head. From there it's about a half days ride to your cabin basecamp in Taylor Park.
Along the way you'll cross the Continental Divide [elevation 12,126 ft.) at Cottonwood Pass.
The incredible beauty of this area is awesome.
After lunch at the cabins you may double up, if you wish, and spend the rest of the day exploring trails in the area.
After dinner, weather permitting, there may be time for a moonlight ride, if you signed up for one of our full moon trips.
On day two, it's off to Aspen. This exciting and challenging ride finds you barreling through a 10-20 ft. snowbase covered in powder. Higher and higher up the mountain (over 13,000 ft.) until you reach the top of Taylor Pass,
accessible only with the co-operation of mother nature, then onward to the Aspen Ski Lodge, on top of the mountain. There you can get a hearty warm lunch, if you so desire. After taking time to enjoy the surrounding, we'll
head back to our base camp. How many celebrities did you see? Well it's been a long day and it's time to eat, rest, tell tales around the Ole Potbelly stove and prepare ourselves for our final day of play.
Day three we'll spend the day visiting ghost towns, Tin Cup, St. Elmo and Hancock, and crossing Tin Cup Pass at 12,154 ft. A lot of wide open spaces today to really open up those machines.
On our final day we'll have breakfast pack up and head back over the Continental Divide to our pickup point where we'll head back Colorado Springs. We normally get back to the Springs between 4-5pm. Once you've been on this
wild snowmobile adventure into the high country of Colorado, we'll be certain to see you again the next year for even a greater challenge.
Many say it's better than Yellowstone!
WARNING! don't forget your camera!
SNOW FEVER ANYONE!!
Note: These are special back country wilderness trips in the heart of the Rocky Mountains
All trips Include pre-departure night lodging in Colorado Springs or lodging near trail head.
All meals and lodging while in the backcountry. Cold weather gear provided at no charge if needed.
Machines are specially equipped late model, 440/550, ArticCats' with oil & gas included.
Guides are avalanche trained and first aid qualified.
[ 3 days, 2 nights ]
$1153.00 Per Person ............ $898.00 Per Person / dbl.
[4 days, 3 nights]
$1538.00 Per Person ..... $1069.00 Per Person / dbl.
(Cold weather gear provided at no charge if needed. All guides are avalanche trained and are first aid qualified.)
Departs Colorado Springs to Buena Vista and the Mineral Basin Trailhead. This perfect half day trip will break you in gently for the next days adventure. An adventure designed for beginner to intermediate drivers and those who
wish to ride double. The scenery will leave you speechless, surpassed only by the next days adventure. At the end of the day it's back to Buena Vista to a modern motel with a pool and Jacuzzi. Dinner is at the best resturante in town, the Buffalo Bar & Grill.
The second day will begin at the Cottonwood Trailhead. Then it's on over Cottonwood Pass and the Continental Divide at an elevation of over 12,000 ft. By lunch time you'll be cruising through Taylor Park to the cabin basecamp.
Plenty of more snow after lunch just be sure to be back by dinner.
If you're lucky enough to have planned your trip around the time of a full moon, there will be time after dinner for a short moonlight ride in the Rockies, weather permitting.
On day three, unless you're on a four day trip, it's time to head back over the mountains to your final destination and the pickup point for your return to Colorado Springs. You four day folks just get to keep having FUN!
As was said before, once you've been on this wild snowmobile adventure into the high country of Colorado, we'll be certain to see you again the next year for even a greater challenge. Our group size is limited from 4 to 12 people, so book as early as possible and don't miss out.
Trips leave once a week from December 1st through March 31st.
Prime Time is February & March.
One of our most popular expeditions !
One More WARNING! don't forget your camera!
SNOW FEVER ANYONE, EAT SNOW !!