Snowmobiling in Winter Park

Thing To Do Snowmobiling in Winter Park

Winter Park, CO snowmobiling is an ideal activity for individuals of all ages who are looking to enjoy winter travel and recreation. Our resort town is renowned as one of the top destinations for snowmobiling in Colorado, boasting a variety of trails that cater to different preferences. Whether you prefer cruising through open meadows or tackling steep mountain terrains, there is something for everyone to enjoy while exploring Colorado's picturesque backcountry. Here are a few recommended ways to make the most of this exhilarating cold-weather sport.

Experience Winter Park, CO Snowmobiling

Grand Adventures

Experience breathtaking views of the Fraser Valley and Winter Park Resort by booking a guided tour with Grand Adventures. With a range of options catering to all skill levels, from beginners to experts, you can explore Winter Park Mountain Lodge, Grand Lake, or the stunning Continental Divide. Families with young children can enjoy the Fraser Valley Family Tour, which offers a shorter ride and easy trail riding. Grand Adventures provides snowmobile experiences for riders of all levels, with the added bonus of driving eco-friendly Ski-Doo Ace Touring or Yamaha Venture Lite snowmobiles for optimal comfort and performance. Group discounts are also available for larger parties of ten or more.

On the Trail Rentals

If you are a seasoned rider who enjoys riding solo, you may want to consider renting a snowmobile from On the Trail Rentals. Each rental package includes a new snowmobile model, snowsuit, helmet, boots, trail map, and a full tank of fuel. You can reserve your snowmobile rental for a duration ranging from two hours to several days. On the Trail Rentals is conveniently situated just three miles northwest of Grand Lake, providing easy access to the best snowmobile trails in Arapahoe National Forest. You can kick off your adventure directly from the North Supply Kiosk. To secure your rental, either call (970) 627-0171 or complete an online request form. Additionally, On the Trail Rentals offers guided snowmobile tours from November 26 to April 1, depending on weather conditions.

Winter Park Snowmobiling Safety & Tips

Ensure that you are well-prepared for your snowmobiling adventure in Winter Park. All snowmobile drivers must have a valid driver’s license, and a credit card is necessary for damage deposits. Remember to dress appropriately for snowmobiling. Although snowsuits and boots are usually provided, it is advisable to wear warm layers, gloves, and goggles to be fully prepared for any weather conditions. Refer to the snowmobile trail system map and trail conditions provided by Grand Lake Trail Groomers for information on maintained trails, speed limits, play areas, and more in the Arapaho National Forest.

Prioritize safety during your Winter Park snowmobile adventure by following these safety tips:

  • Bring a first-aid kit, emergency kit and repair kit.
  •  Bring a friend for unguided rentals and inform others of your destination.
  • Adhere to the rules of the road and remain vigilant of other riders.
  • Avoid riding on lakes due to the variable ice conditions that make it dangerous.

Book Your Vacation With Stay Winter Park

Experience an amazing day of snowmobiling in Winter Park, then return to one of our beautiful vacation rentals to relax and unwind! StayWinterPark provides a variety of accommodations, from condos and townhouses to private homes and cabins, all with top-notch amenities. Reserve our 2665 Golden Eagle home - a stunning 4 bedroom property situated on 5 acres of secluded land where you can snowmobile directly from the house! Enjoy breathtaking views of the Continental Divide, a private outdoor hot tub, ample parking, and plenty of space for guests to enjoy.

Contact us for more information and start planning your perfect getaway today! We are excited to welcome you.