Q: How many people can go on a snowmobile?

A: One or two people can go on one machine.

Q: Can I wear my ski helmet and goggles?

A: You can bring your own helmet, provided it is D.OT. approved.

Q: Can I wear ski clothes?

A: Yes, you should dress warm as if you are skiing, we also have suits you can rent.

Q: How old do you have to be to drive a snowmobile?

A: You must be at least 16 to drive, and have a parent or guardians permission.

*Drivers under 18 may only drive as a single*

Q: Do I need a license to drive a snowmobile on this tour?

A: No drivers license is required.

Q: How old can you be to ride as a passenger?
A: We suggest you are 4 years of age or older. 

Q: How old can you be to take a kids tour?
A: We suggest ages 5 to 12.

Q: Do the kids tours go on their own tour?

A: Yes, they go on their on tour, with their own guide.

Q: Do you still go snowmobiling when it snows out?

A: Yes, if it is snowing allow yourself more time to arrive at your tour location on time.

Q: Do I need a reservation?

A: Reservation are suggested, walk ins are welcomed, but either way we need you here 1 hour prior.

 

Q: Do I need to have snowmobile experience?

A: No, beginners to experts are welcomed at all of our locations.  

Q: Are there places to stop and take pictures on the tour?

A: Yes, we usually stop at some point to take pictures.

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Locations in Killington, Okemo, Stowe & Mount Snow VT

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