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Winter Adventure: Snowmobiling

February 23, 2016 | Permalink

Looking to bump up your adrenaline? Are you known for your sense of adventure? Then taking a destination vacation completely dedicated to snowmobiling might be the perfect way to start your year off right. Instead of doing something predictable —how many times can you sit in front of a fireplace and drink hot cocoa before it starts to lose its charm? — gather a group of friends, book a hotel room and head to one of these places known for the ride of a lifetime. Read on to learn about some of the best snowmobiling in the US!

Snowmobiling in Yellowstone
Everyone already knows that Yellowstone is arguably one of the country's most beautiful destinations — but don’t cross this trip off your list just because it’s winter. Imagine how it would feel to see it covered in snow. Whether you want to snowmobile through this national treasure with a small group, or you prefer to be a part of a large group tour, you’re sure to have an experience you'll never forget while really getting up close and personal with nature. And no need to worry about packing up snacks and food for the day out on the snow — the park has it all figured out. Several restaurants and rest areas dot the paths of the best and safest snowmobile routes.

Snowmobiling in Denver
It's no secret that for the true thrill-seekers, Colorado is one of the best places to snowmobile in the country. With plenty of snow vehicles available to rent, you can explore over 100 miles of historic, carefully groomed trails that pass through Vail and the Rocky Mountain range. Though many opt for the self-guided tour option, the opportunity to travel with a guide is a wonderful option for novices or larger groups. The snowmobile tours also offer different trails based on your level of experience and on how much of an adrenaline junkie you are. The High Adventure tour is for those who are more focused on speed and jumps than those who are primarily interested in seeing every detail of the trail itself. And the Prospector Tour is for those a bit more interested in stopping to smell the roses. This option is best for those traveling with children, as this tour allows parents to ride with their children or allows for couples to take a romantic ride while sharing a snowmobile. Every tour comes with an instructional lecture by a professional, so there's no need to be concerned about feeling unprepared.

Whether you want to explore nature on your own schedule, have a group vacation that still lets everyone do his or her own thing or want to explore a new hobby, a destination vacation to Yellowstone or Denver will help make sure that your snowmobiling extravaganza will glide along smoothly. Don’t be afraid to embark on this unusual but thrilling excursion — book your trip today!


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