If you’re not familiar with the activities beyond our resort boundaries, High Country and White Mountain’s Colorado Snowmobile Tours are our most popular activity to do outside of Keystone. Get to know more of beautiful Summit County by taking a guided snowmobile tour. You can book through Keystone Activities & Dining located in River Run Village or call 800-354-4FUN (4386)!
Now, the first thing to think about before getting after it is what type of tour are you looking for. High Country and White Mountain Snowmobile Tours offer 4 basic packages sure to accommodate your needs and experience level:
- 2 Hour Prospector Tour – This is fun for all ages! The Prospector Tour is great for beginners, families with children, those who just want a leisurely scenic ride, or if you want to ride on the same sled as your sweetheart.
- 2 Hour Performance – Action Tour – Looking for a challenge? Prefer to ride solo? If the answer is “yes,” then definitely go with the Performance-Action Tour. Although you do not need to be an intermediate rider, this tour is considered to be intermediate level. The only requirement is that you be at least 15 years old and have a valid driver license or learning permit. With this option, be prepared to be guided up groomed trails, climbing higher in elevation than the Prospector Tour to reach some of the best views you can get in Colorado!
- 2 or 3 Hour High Adventure Tour – This is the most aggressive tour of them all. If you’re into sport riding, go with the High Adventure Tour. Choose between the two and three hour option, and an experienced guide will take you higher and further into the back-country for some intense powder riding.
Colorado snowmobile tours are an adventure. Experienced guides will take you through lush forests to some of the most awesome views of the majestic Colorado Rockies. Let professional guides help you experience the Colorado high country. No previous snowmobiling required, but tours are offered for experienced riders. Call the Mountain Concierge at 800-354-4FUN (4386) to make reservations.
Remember, bring some extra cash. At the end of your trip you’ll want to tip your guide and possibly purchase action photos of your adventure.