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Snowmobile Tour FAQs

Snowmobile Tour FAQs

Do you have an agreement I need to sign before snowmobiling?


What is the best way to check availability and book my tour?

You can see our LIVE AVAILABILITY here on our website, as well as make your reservation. You may also call us at 970-668-9945. However, please know that our phones are very busy! If we are not able to take your call, you can leave us a voicemail, but the quickest way to reserve your tour is online. (We are answering phone calls and returning voicemails as fast as we can!)

Can I bring my child snowmobiling?

ALL passengers MUST be able to sit behind the driver and hold on by themselves without supervision for the duration of the tour. [Even on a 3-seater snowmobile, both passengers must be able to hold on by themselves, as there can be times when that is needed.] We normally see this happening between 4-6 years old, depending on the child. Passengers canNOT sit in front of the driver at any point. No Infants. We recommend that pregnant ladies do NOT participate.

When do I pay for my reservation?

We take full payment when you make your reservation. Your reservation is refundable up to 24 hours before your tour or rental start time.

What is your Cancellation Policy?

We have a 24-hour cancellation policy — if you let us know at least 24 hours or more prior to your reservation date and time, we can refund your reservation in full. Cancellations or drops in party numbers made within 24 hours of your reservation are NON-refundable. No-shows or drops in party numbers made at check-in are also NON-refundable. And even if you make your reservation within 24 hours before the departure time, our cancellation policy STILL applies. : )

Do you have snowmobiling gear we can use?

We include DOT-approved helmets (open-faced) free of charge for everyone with your tour. We also have adult Snowsuits ($25), adult Insulated Boots ($15), and Goggles ($10) available for rent on a first come, first serve basis. (We do NOT have child-sized snowsuits or boots available for rent.)

Are you in Breckenridge and/or Keystone?

We serve the Breckenridge and Keystone areas, but the towns do not allow motorized sports inside the town, so we are all on the outskirts. Both our Heeney Outpost and our Birdseye Outpost are about 45-50 minutes from Breckenridge/Keystone, with good road conditions.

How do I get there if I don’t have my own vehicle?

We are not providing transportation this season. Most of our customers actually prefer to drive themselves, though, as the drive itself is absolutely beautiful! If you don’t have your own vehicle, there are some shuttle companies in the area that have done a great job for past customers (Jake’s Mountain Shuttle and several others). Ride share apps (Uber, etc) do NOT work reliably, as we are outside of town.

When should I arrive and what if I am running late?

We ask our guests to arrive at least 30-45 minutes prior to your tour time to complete paperwork on-site and get checked in. If you are late, we canNOT hold your tour for you and your tour is NON-refundable. We understand there may be circumstances beyond your control, so we also ask that you give us a call and we will do our best to try to accommodate you, but please know that will not be able to fix every circumstance.

What do I need to bring?

A valid driver’s license or learner’s permit to drive. A valid photo ID if you are a passenger. Minors under 18 years old must have their legal guardian complete their waiver on-site. Warm clothes! Snowsuits (or coats and pants), boots, gloves, scarves, balaclavas, goggles or sunglasses, sunscreen, camera. Please do NOT bring ski helmets as they are not DOT-approved. We provide open-faced, DOT-approved helmets. (A few of our helmets have a go-pro attachment, but not many.) Also bring a happy attitude ready to have a fun adventure!! Do NOT bring alcohol, drugs, etc, and a bad attitude! : )

What happens if I damage a snowmobile?

You are responsible for repairs of any collision damages that you may have caused. The good news is that High Country Tours offers our “Snowmobile Repair Fund.” By contributing $30 (per driver) to this fund before your tour, you will be responsible for the first $1500 to repair the damage to the driver’s snowmobile that the driver has caused. The repair of the driver’s snowmobile over $1500 will come out of the repair fund.

We recommend you talk to your insurance provider prior to your tour to make sure you have adequate coverage for this activity. Considering that some of our machines cost over $16,000, this could be a very wise choice.

When does the snow tubing happen?

We offer snow tubing AS A STOP DURING A SNOWMOBILE TOUR at our Heeney Outpost only. Please book the Scenic Tour with Snow Tubing, OR the Action Tour with Snow Tubing if you wish to include that in your snowmobile tour. Snow tubing does NOT take place before or after your snowmobile tour — you have to ride your snowmobile to get to the tubing hill! : )

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This place not only was affordable but compared to all the other surrounding locations it definitely was more personalized and friendly! Our guides name was Tim and he not only took us over 3 mountain ranges and drop a bucket load of knowledge on us about the area he made myself and friends want to come back and do the advanced course. The views we had were incredible at 12500…read more

Tanner Milne
Rating: 5

High Country snowmobile Tours was amazing. We saw some of he most amazing views. We first took the Mountain top tour then came back for more fun on the advance course ride. Our guide was super fun and friendly both times. An experience I'll never forget!

Hayley German
Rating: 5

We had a GREAT time. Trevor our guide was outstanding. This was our first time on a snow machine. We have been wanting to for a long time, but with an autistic son it just seemed like something we wouldn't be able to do. Or at least would have to find just the right moment without him in order to go. We had our chance and jumped. We took a…read more

Aubrey - Colorado
Rating: 5

We had an awesome time! The views were amazing and our guide was very accommodating with the folks in our party that were new to snowmobiling. Highly recommend the snow tubing too, as the hill was awesome and getting pulled up the hill by your guide is almost as much fun as going down. Learn More

Jen - Wyoming
Rating: 5

Heeney Outpost We had an absolutely wonderful time. The trail was stunning. Matt, our tour guide, was so helpful. He stopped at places and told us where we were and some stories about the them. He is very knowledgeable and very friendly. We had a great time and will definitely return!!! Learn More

Laura G.
Rating: 5

Top of the mountain tour Great time with the guys on this adventure. Will was our guide and was great. Would say a bit of riding experience goes a ways in this more challenging trip up to 13,000ft. Anyone can do it but it was more challenging for some. Will showed good patience and helped with the less accustomed riders. Overall great time and would highly recommend to all! Might…read more

Grant M
Rating: 5

Great tour. Recommend Devan as a guide. Got a group of guys together and went for the scenic tour. Our guide was Devan and she was great. Devan was great at moving at the speed that we wanted to move at. A great balance of sight seeing as well as riding. We were able to see some amazing views while having a great time riding around. Devan was sure to…read more

Searcy - Colorado
Rating: 5

Great tour and tubing! Did a 2 hour snowmobile and tube tour with family of 4 on 2 snowmobiles. Staff were very friendly and professional. Snowmobiles were in great shape and ran well. Trails were beautiful. This location is far outside of the towns and away from highways. Tubing was probably the best part! Although would recommend that there be another employee at that location to run both machines and…read more

Rob - Florida
Rating: 5

Great Snowmobile Trip! I've been on snowmobile trips before and this one was my favorite! We took the trip that was at Heeney Road and the scenery was perfect, going through forest, thick trees, and open high country. Great views and a place to "open it up a little"! Our guide, Matt, was great and lots of fun. Highly recommend this adventure! Learn More

Dennis M. - Louisiana
Rating: 5

It was Awesome We had the pleasure of doing this after an overnight snowfall. The powder was deep, like a foot deep. This made the snowmobile a little sluggish turning, but that was not an issue for us. it was absolutely beautiful driving in and out of Aspens and Evergreens, every turn was like a post card. The tour runs in and out, up and down across a 3000 acre…read more

DSchae - Texas
Rating: 5

Ready to Ride Again! Truly enjoyed my first experience snowmobiling! I chose to ride with our guide, Matt and was able to really sit back and enjoy the breathtaking beauty before me! The staff was very welcoming and friendly Definitely will return for another ride! Many thanks Matt!!! Learn More

Molly - Louisiana
Rating: 5

Top of the World Took my grandson to the top of Birdseye Gulch. It was absolutely amazing! He absolutely loved it, and so did I. William, our leader, is a real pro. He knows his stuff, and knows how to lead you on the ride of your life. Learn More

D. McClain - Colorado
Rating: 5

LOVE IT LOVE IT LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!! BEST snowmobile tour EVER!! We have gone on a snowmobile tour before, but High Country Tours and Will, our tour guide, BY FAR THE BEST!!!! The trails we went on were exciting, adventurous and fun BUT our tour guide, Will, made it the coolest 3 hours we've ever had in our lives. Our kids, 18 & 20, had the time of their lives. They…read more

Susan R. - San Antonio
Rating: 5

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