Snowmobile Adventure Tour

Available: Oct - Apr

$225.00 – single person machine
$325.00 – two person machine (ride together & save!)
$425.00 – two person machine + snow coach for children

Explore Alaska like the locals on one of our Alaska Snowmobile Tours – Snow Machine Riding in Alaska’s Wild backcountry. Enjoy the twists and turns of winter trails on our signature snowmobile tour. There are plenty of opportunities to see wildlife and views of Denali as we are out on the trail so don’t forget to bring a camera!

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.

Tour Details

Your adventure begins with outfitting you for the weather and a safety briefing from our skilled staff. If you have never ridden before we will start off with some easy trails to get you oriented to the machine and build your skills. If you are looking for a little more adventure, we know the areas to play in the powder, too! We use two-person Arctic Cat Bearcat snowmobiles — they are extremely comfortable and stable machines for the never-have-I-evers to more advanced riders. Let’s hit the trails!

What's Included?

This tour includes a 3-hour snowmobile ride. We provide all necessary gear and equipment including helmets. It is important to note that you must have a driver’s license to ride the snowmobiles.

Tour Dates & Times

Departs Daily: 9.30am | 12.30pm

Available: October – April (dependent on seasonal weather)

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, discounts are not given to those who do not wish to drive. We do not provide drivers for our tours. You must be at least 18 and licensed to drive a machine.

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. 


No, beginners are welcome! Our team will guide you through basic trails first to help you get acquainted with the snowmobile.

If you’re not at ease with driving, you can ride as a passenger. However, discounts aren’t offered to those who choose not to drive.

Children must be at least 12 to ride on the back of our snowmobiles. Younger kids, between 4-10, can enjoy the journey in our safe, enclosed snowcoach.

Absolutely! While we do provide winter outerwear, you’re welcome to bring your own hat, scarf, or neck gaiter.

Yes, whether you’re driving or riding as a passenger, wearing a helmet is mandatory for safety.

The snowcoach can comfortably hold 2-3 children, depending on their size.

Yes, we provide a shuttle service from Anchorage at an additional fee. However, it’s available for the 10:00 a.m. tour only.

Tour departure times are at 10 am and 1 pm. However, the exact duration can vary based on the trails chosen and the group’s experience level.

We use two-person Arctic Cat Bearcat snowmobiles. They’re designed to be stable and comfy for both new and advanced riders.

While wildlife sightings are exciting, always prioritize safety. Follow your guide’s instructions and maintain a safe distance. Feel free to take photos!

Additional Information

Alaska’s beauty shines brightest during winter, and there’s no better way to experience it than on a snowmobile. For those wanting a deeper dive into snowmobiling and its origins, The International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association offers a fascinating history and insights. Our base in Willow isn’t just a starting point for your snowmobile journey; it’s a gateway to Alaska’s mesmerizing winter wonderland. For more on what Willow has to offer in the colder months, the Willow Winter Carnival is a local favorite worth checking out.

And if you’re extending your Alaskan trip beyond our tours, the Alaska Travel Guide is your handy companion. It’s brimming with tips and highlights from locals who’ve explored every nook and cranny of this icy paradise. As always, we’re here to make sure your Alaskan adventure is personal, relatable, and brimming with cherished memories.