Park City Snowmobiling
Ride high-end snowmobiles over scenic, secluded, privately owned land. This thrilling adventure is a “must!” Guides, transportation and helmets provided. Powder jumpsuits and boots are available. Minimum age to ride is five years old. Valid driver’s license required to drive.
What to Expect
Partnering with two local companies, Red Pine Adventures and Summit Meadows Adventures, allows us to offer you a ride fit for your group. 2 hour guided rides are offered at 9am, 11am, 1pm and 3pm daily. Single and double machines available upon request.
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Both companies we work with would like guests to arrive at least a half hour prior to the tour to get checked in. Complimentary transportation is available with both as well.
Once you arrive, you will have the option to rent gear, if needed. After you are fitted with gear and a helmet you will meet your guides and get acquainted with the machine and go over the basics you will need to know for the tour. Then you will be off on the trails!
What’s Included / What to Bring
Ski attire is recommended and please bring your ski goggles. Helmets are included in the cost of the excursion but goggles are only available for purchase per health code.
“We took some friends with us to Red Pine for snowmobiling. We had just gotten 12" of fresh Utah powder, so the ride was fantastic. We had a gentle cruise through the trees, stopped and played on the fluffy snow, then went to an open field where we were able to free-ride for at least 20 minutes. With all the snow, it was unbelievable. Our guests were ecstatic about it. The guides were fantastic and took anyone for a ride if they were scared. A fantastic day again. Thanks, Red Pine.”
“My husband and I took our teenage daughter on a recent trip. Our first time snowmobiling and what a great time. The staff were all friendly and helpful. Our guide, Rob, was great. He was very attentive to everyone in the group and ensured we all felt comfortable with the vehicles. The tour path was beautiful, and the scenery unbelievable. We loved every minute of it. It was also a huge plus that they had the snow gear you could rent for a very reasonable price. We were definitely not cold!”
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