SNOWMOBILE TOURS WITH SNOW TUBING STARTING AT $135
SCENIC SNOWMOBILE TOUR WITH SNOW TUBING
Serving Keystone, Breckenridge, and all of Summit County
9:00am, 12:00pm and 3:00pm
Christmas Season Departure Times
(Dec. 20 thru Jan. 7):
9:00am, 11:00am, 1:30pm, and 3:30pm
Approximately 2 or 3 hours (3hr tour not available during peak season)
FREE TRANSPORTATION TO OUR TOUR SITE
(must call before tour day!):
Must call us prior to tour day to arrange pick up from an area resort or at our designated meeting locations (NOT available during peak season)
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Our Guided Snowmobile Tour with Snow Tubing
Snowmobile and snow tubing enthusiasts of all types will enjoy this professionally guided tour. It departs from our Heeney Outpost near Silverthorne, Colorado. For your convenience, we have pickup locations in both Breckenridge and Keystone, or we can pick your party up from many of the resorts in Summit County. Call us to schedule transportation. You must call prior to your tour day to schedule transportation. Not available during peak season.
While this tour is best suited for those who lack experience with snowmobiling, or families with children, anyone can enjoy the breathtaking views and good times! Split your time between tooling around on the trails and sliding down our 1,000 foot tubing hill. Be prepared to let your inner child run wild! Our tubing hill is a stop during the tour.
Visibility is dependent upon the weather, but just a few of the nearby sights include: Rocky Mountain National Park, the Continental Divide, and several of the tallest peaks in the Rocky Mountains. Bring a camera and let your guide know if you’re the type who is into taking advantage of all the photo opportunities. They will be happy to show you all the best places to take photos that your friends will envy! Along the way, we’ll stop in Eagle’s Nest wilderness at our “cocoa” cabin to warm up with complimentary hot beverages while you’re surrounded by the natural beauty that Colorado offers.
PICTURES FROM THIS SNOWMOBILE AND TUBING TOUR
Featured Point of Interest: Rocky Mountain National Park
Rocky Mountain National Park encompasses over 250,00 acres of federal land with another 250,00 acres of U.S. Forest Service wilderness adjoining the park boundaries. It’s located about 30 miles northwest of Boulder, Colorado. National Forest lands surround the park including: Roosevelt National Forest to the north and east, Routt National Forest to the north and west, and Arapaho National Forest to the west and south, and the Indian Peaks Wilderness area is directly south of the park. The Continental Divide runs generally north–south through the center of the park, with rivers and streams on the western side of the divide flowing toward the Pacific Ocean while those on the eastern side flow toward the Atlantic.
A geographical anomaly is found along the slopes of the Never Summer Mountains where the Continental Divide forms a horseshoe–shaped bend for about 6 miles, heading from south–to–north but then curving sharply southward and westward out of the park. The sharp bend results in streams on the eastern slopes of the range joining the headwaters of the Colorado River that flow south and west, eventually reaching the Pacific. Meanwhile, streams on the western slopes join rivers that flow north and then east and south eventually reaching the Atlantic.
The headwaters of the Colorado River are located in the park’s northwestern region. The park contains over 450 miles of rivers and streams, 350 miles of trails, and 150 lakes.
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…read more→
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!
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…read more→
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…read more→
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…read more→
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…read more→
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…read more→
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…read more→
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…read more→
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,…read more→