Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! There is a trail that runs by our business.

You can ride the rented snowmobile in the states of Idaho and Montana. There are 950 miles of groomed trails in the area!

Yes, we call these snowmobiles 2-Ups.

We have a nice lineup of mountain sleds.

Unfortunately, you cannot take our sleds into the National Park.

Here is the Island Park, SNOTEL link which will have all the latest weather conditions and snow updates. This site will even tell you about the snowpack. You can also go to the bottom of our home page and click on the SNOTEL link. Check it out!

Tell our team your experience level when you come to pick up your rental. We will review the operating and safety procedures with you. We do recommend you ride in areas that fit your level of riding experience.

The minimum age to rent a snowmobile is 21 years of age with a valid driver’s license (brought with you). If you rent a snowmobile for an individual under 21 both the renter and driver will be required to sign our paperwork. The renter will be financially responsible for any damage the driver may cause to our snowmobile or other property.

The youngest age allowed to drive a snowmobile is 16 years of age with a valid drivers license (brought with you). A parent or guardian is required to sign all of our paperwork on the minors behalf. The parent or guardian will also be required to supervise the minor while he/she operates our snowmobile and be financially responsible for any damage the minor may cause to our snowmobile or other property.

Yes, as long as the passenger is 16 years of age and has a valid driver’s license.

Reservations are encouraged. Walk-ins are welcomed but to guarantee a sled it is best to book it in advance.

The suggested weight capacity is 375 lbs per sled for a one or two-person sled.

We cannot advise you on medical decisions. Please consult your physician for any health-related questions.

We recommend that you dress for the cold as if you were skiing. Ski gear or snowmobile gear works great. It is best to have warm, waterproof clothing.

Yes, we offer boots, jackets, pants, gloves, and goggles.

Yes, we rent helmets, Avalanche Airbag Backpacks, Avalanche Beacons, and BCA Radios.

Besides the outerwear mentioned above, bring water and snacks.

You can cancel up to two weeks prior to your rental date. We do charge a $40 cancellation fee per sled, per day.

We do offer a damage insurance policy. This policy has a $ 2,000 deductible and covers physical damage to the snowmobile only. This policy does not contain any liability or personal insurance.

We keep your credit card on file and will charge your card for the damage, up to the deductible amount.

You are not responsible for mechanical issues with the snowmobile. Wear parts such as belts or tracks are also not your responsibility. If you blow a belt and end up replacing it, we require you to bring a piece of the broken belt back with you after you replace it.

Yes, please fill the tank with 91-octane gas. Failure to bring the sled back with a full tank of gas will result in a $40 refueling charge PLUS the cost of the gas.

The Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport is 2 hours away.
The Idaho Falls Regional Airport is 1 ½ hours away.

In Bozeman, we recommend “406 Shuttle”. They can be reached at 406-551-0226. If you do take the shuttle, there is a new hotel, two restaurants, and a gas station right next to our business.

We recommend the SpringHill Suites by Marriot. We have a link to their website at the bottom of our home page. When you book a sled with us there will be a discount promo code and a special phone number at the bottom of our invoice for use at the SpringHill Suites in Island Park. Call that special number with the promo code to get the discount rate of $109 per night for a spacious suite that includes a hot breakfast in the morning

No, you can keep the snowmobile for the duration of your rental time. Return it on your last rental day before 5 pm.