Colorado Snowmobile Rentals
High Performance Powder Sleds, Trail Sleds, and Tow-In Skiing Utility Sleds
Colorado Snowmobile Season: December - April
What types of Snowmobiles do we rent?
Touring / Trail Sled snowmobiles (Trail Sleds)
Trail sleds are designed for groomed trails and comfort, offering two large, cushioned seats for two riders. The air-cooled motors are designed for putting miles on without stopping. These machines are not equipped to handle deep snow or steep faces, but are fantastic entry-level machines for anyone wanting to see the backcountry.
High-performance Mountain Snowmobile (Powder Sleds)
Powder sleds are designed to push the limits and ride near-vertical terrain. They have tons of power and are designed for “steep and deep” all day long. They are cooled by snow, so if you want to ride a lot of trails instead, choose a trail sled. Powder sleds are generally considered an excellent intermediate-to-advanced machine. Mountain Snowmobiles are designed for a single rider only.
Tow-In Skiing, Utility Snowmobiles
Utility sleds are built to deliver performance wherever your snowmobiling day takes you. Used primarily for towing in skiers to reach those hard-to-get-to powder lines, the aggressive tracks and wide skis on a utility sled keep you on top of the snow and deliver the best off-trail performance with confident trail-handling at any speed.
Rental Locations: Red Cliff
Tank of Gas
AVAILABLE TO RENT:
Winter Riding Pants
Gloves and Goggles
Winter Riding Boots
GoPro Video Camera
Chevy Yukon (towing)
BCA Float Packs and Avy Beacons
Full-Day Powder Sled: $450
Full-Day Tow-In Ski Sled: $450
Full-Day Trail Sled: $399
Half-Day Trail Sled: $249
Choose your rental location
Lodging packages available at each location.
Rent From Red Cliff, CO
Red Cliff Office: 970-471-8491
Just 20 minutes from downtown Vail Colorado, our Red Cliff location allows you to ride the snowmobiles directly onto Vail Pass. This is the only location where we offer Trail, Powder, and skiing sleds.
Riding Tips: How to get unstuck
Are Snowmobiles hard to ride in the powder?
There are some fundamental techniques that one must acquire to be able to ride a snowmobile in powder. For experienced riders, there really isn’t a learning curve unless you are coming from the midwest where the trails are typically hard packed. For those of you who are new to the sport or maybe trying to get back into it after a few years away, we think you’ll find the Polaris PRO RMK850 easily manageable and will most likely be riding it smoothly within an an hour or two of practice.
What are the types of Snowmobiles?
There are several types of snowmobiles including Trail Snowmobiles, Sport Trail Snowmobiles, Touring Snowmobiles, Performance Snowmobiles, Utility Snowmobiles, Crossover Snowmobiles, and Mountain Snowmobiles.