Snowmobile Full Day Adventure

Snowhook Snowmobiling - Vista

Snowmobile Full Day Adventure

Snowhook Snowmobiling - Vista

Available: 2nd March 2025 1pm

Rates:
$350 – per person (Single Rider Machine)
$475 – per person (Double Rider Machine)

Some people call it a snowmobile, and others call it a snowmachine. SAGA calls it fun! Experience Alaska’s winter wilderness with your thumb on the throttle as a SAGA guide leads the way. Join us on an unforgettable 6-hour adventure as we make our way up Hatcher Pass and ride in the backcountry of the Talkeetna mountains along 55-60 miles of groomed and ungroomed trails, through the snow-shrouded woods and more adventurous off-trail areas.

NOTE: Drivers must be 18 years or older, kids 6 and up may ride as a passenger. We do not provide drivers for our tours.

This tour starts at our base location in Willow, Alaska, and travels by snowmobile to our lodge on Hatcher Pass where a warm hearty lunch awaits you. Your expert guides will lead you on an unforgettable journey, ensuring a safe and thrilling experience. This trip is perfect for beginners and experienced riders alike with opportunities to grow your skills and get off and play in the powder. This is the true backcountry of Alaska.

Tour Details

Join us for one of the best snowmobile trips in Alaska. Our Snowmobile Full Day Adventure is a 6-hour guided tour through the stunning landscapes of Hatcher Pass and the Talkeetna Mountains. Starting at 10:30 a.m. daily from our HQ in Willow, Alaska, you’ll ride top-rated snowmobiles across 55-60 miles of scenic snowmobile trails. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced rider, our expert snowmobile guides will ensure a safe and exhilarating experience. Enjoy a warm meal at Snowhook Lodge, perfect for winding down after an exciting day on the trails.

We provide everything you need for a perfect snowmobile experience, including gear such as suits, helmets, and gloves. Our tour features the best snowmobiles and essential equipment, ensuring a comfortable ride through Alaska’s backcountry. Explore snow-covered woods and off-trail areas, making this one of the best places for snowmobiling in Alaska. With opportunities to improve your snowmobile riding skills, this adventure is ideal for anyone, regardless of experience, seeking memorable snowmobiling hotspots. Book your ride today and discover why Hatcher Pass is one of the best snowmobiling destinations in Alaska.

What's Included?

This tour includes a snowmobile, snowsuits, gloves, goggles, and helmets, lunch at the Snowhook Lodge, and a professional guide. The price is per snowmobile. Drivers must be 18 years or older with a valid driver’s license. This tour is geared for ages 12 and older. Snowhook does not provide drivers. Gratuities are not included.

Tour Dates & Times

If you are a single participant, please call to book.

Departs: 10.30am

Available: December – April

Ages: Drivers must be 18+

NOTES: 

Ages: 12+ (4+ snowcoach) minors with by a parent or legal guardian.

NOTE: If anyone is not comfortable driving, they may ride as a passenger.  Drivers must be 18 years or older, kids 6 and up may ride as a passenger. We do not provide drivers for our tours.

Children who are not able to ride safely on the back of our two person snowmobiles, can join the adventure in our enclosed snowcoach. This coach is suitable for children 4 – 10, holding 2 – 3 children depending on size. The coach is towed behind a snowmobile driven by a parent. It contains padded seating and seat belts, children must wear a helmet. Please arrive 30 minutes prior to tour start so that we can get everyone geared up and ready to leave on time.

FAQ's

A snowmobile, also known as an Alaskan snow machine, is a motorized vehicle designed for winter travel on snow and ice. It has skis at the front for steering and a continuous track at the rear for propulsion. Snowmobiles are popular for recreational activities and guided snowmobiling adventures. They provide thrilling riding experiences on snowmobile trails. Riders use specific snowmobiling gear, including helmets and suits, to stay safe and comfortable. Snowmobile guides often lead tours through scenic trails in popular destinations like Hatcher Pass in Alaska.

When snowmobiling, wear a snowmobile suit to stay warm and dry. Use helmets for safety and the best snowmobile gloves to keep your hands warm. Wear layers under your suit, including thermal underwear, a fleece or insulated jacket, and wool socks. Waterproof boots are essential for keeping your feet dry. Quality gear ensures a comfortable and safe snowmobile ride. Always check your snowmobile equipment before heading out for the best and safest experience.

The best places for snowmobiling offer stunning landscapes, well-maintained trails, and thrilling experiences. Alaska snowmobile tours top the list, with Hatcher Pass being an ideal place for snowmobiling. It provides scenic trails and backcountry snowmobile adventures. Other popular locations include Yellowstone National Park, the Rocky Mountains, and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. These areas offer top-rated snowmobiles, expert snowmobile guides, and essential snowmobile gear for a safe and memorable ride.

The Snowmobile Full Day Adventure tour starts at 10:30 a.m. daily. Participants should arrive 30 minutes early to get fitted with the best snowmobile gear and get ready to go out on the tour. This ensures everyone is ready for the ride on snowmobile trails. The guided snowmobiling tour begins promptly, offering an exciting day of  riding through one of the best places for snowmobiling in Alaska.

Yes, children can participate in the snowmobile tour. Kids aged 12 and older can ride as passengers, making it a family-friendly adventure. For younger children, our enclosed snowcoach is available, providing a safe and comfortable ride. This setup ensures that everyone, regardless of age, can enjoy the tour. Our expert snowmobile guides will ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all participants, making it one of the best places for snowmobiling with kids in Alaska.

The Snowmobile Full Day Adventure tour lasts 6 hours. During this time, you will ride on snowmobiles through scenic trails in Hatcher Pass, led by an expert snowmobile guide. The tour includes stops for a warm meal and plenty of opportunities for snowmobiling in one of the best places in Alaska. This adventure offers a mix of on-the-trail and backcountry snowmobile experiences, making it one of the best snowmobile trips available.

To drive a snowmobile, start by wearing essential snowmobile gear like a suit, helmet, and gloves. Turn on the ignition and use the throttle, located on the right handlebar, to accelerate. Steer by turning the handlebars in the direction you want to go, leaning into turns for better control. Use the left handlebar brake to slow down or stop. For the best snowmobile experience, follow scenic trails and ride with expert guides in popular snowmobile locations like Hatcher Pass.

Snowmobiles are safe when you follow guidelines and use proper snowmobile gear. Stick to marked snowmobile trails and ride with expert snowmobile guides, especially in popular snowmobiling destinations like Hatcher Pass. Regularly inspect your snowmobile equipment for any issues. Guided tours and beginner-friendly tours ensure a safe and enjoyable snowmobile experience for everyone.

The Snowmobile Full Day Adventure tour includes a thrilling 6-hour snowmobile ride through Hatcher Pass, led by expert snowmobile guides. You will have access to top-rated snowmobiles and essential snowmobile gear, including the best suits, helmets, and gloves. The tour also features a warm meal at Snowhook Lodge. This adventure caters to both beginner snowmobile riders and experienced snowmobilers, offering a memorable experience on the scenic trails of Hatcher Pass, Alaska.

For the Snowmobile Full Day Adventure, we provide top-quality gear to ensure your safety and comfort. This includes snowmobile suits, snowmobile helmets, and the best snowmobile gloves. All equipment is designed to handle the winter snowmobile conditions you’ll encounter on the trails. Our guided snowmobiling tour ensures you have all the essential gear needed for a safe and enjoyable experience. Ride on snowmobile trails with confidence, knowing you have the best gear for your adventure.

The Snowmobile Full Day Adventure tour takes place in Willow, Alaska, and travels through the scenic Hatcher Pass. This location is known for its stunning winter landscapes and is one of the best places for snowmobiling. The tour covers 55-60 miles of groomed and ungroomed trails, offering both on the trail snowmobile and backcountry snowmobile experiences. Hatcher Pass is a prime destination for Alaska snowmobile tours, providing an unforgettable adventure.

Yes, you need a valid driver’s license to drive a snowmobile on the tour. This ensures safety and compliance with regulations. If you do not have a license, you can still participate as a passenger. Our expert snowmobile guides will ensure you have a great experience whether you are driving or riding. This requirement helps maintain the high safety standards of our Alaska snowmobile tours.

Additional Information

For those new to snowmobiling, it’s helpful to understand some basic riding tips. Always dress in layers and wear the best snowmobile gear, including helmets and gloves, to stay warm and safe. Familiarize yourself with the controls of your snowmobile before hitting the trails. For more detailed tips, you can check out this snowmobile guide which covers safety and basic riding techniques.

To enhance your experience on the Snowmobile Full Day Adventure, consider learning more about the scenic locations you’ll visit. Hatcher Pass is renowned for its stunning winter landscapes, making it one of the best places for snowmobiling. For more information on what to see and do in Hatcher Pass, visit the Alaska State Parks website. Additionally, to prepare for varying weather conditions, you can check the NOAA weather forecast for the latest updates.