Kirkland Wyoming Snowmobile Tour


Dates: Feb 6-9, 2020
Duration: 4 days, 3 nights
 No prior experience needed
Activities: Snowmobile riding, Ice-Fishing


This epic snowmobile adventure will have us exploring hundreds of miles of terrain in Wyoming in the incredible Teton mountain range. The lodge is tucked 45 miles from Yellowstone NP and the scenery is incredible. We’ll also get to try our hand at some ice-fishing and experience the famous Jackson Hole snow and hospitality.

Day 1:
-7:25 United flight out of BNA landing in JAC at 12:22
-transportation to the lodge in this type of snow coach
-check in to the lodge
-ice fishing
Day 2:
-coffee is up at 6:15
-breakfast at the lodge 8-9am
-snowmobile all day with lunch on the trail
-back to the lodge for dinner and revelry
Day 3:
-coffee is up at 6:15
-breakfast at the lodge 8-9am
-snowmobile all day
-back to the lodge for dinner and additional revelry
Day 4:
-coffee is up at 6:15
-early morning snowmobile ride
-checkout and transport back to Jackson
-1:07pm United flight back to BNA
Trip Includes

-All meals, beverages-Download link to professional photos and videos shot on your trip
-Use of all riding gear (helmets, boots, parka, snowpants)
-Use of late model SkiDoo and Polaris snowmachines, all fuel, oil and expendables
-Two trained professional guides

Requirements / What to Pack
  • 1-2 pairs of warm long underwear (medium to heavy weight) like this
  • 1-2 warm tops wool or synthetic fleece (medium to heavy weight) like this
  • 2 pairs calf height thin synthetic or wool sock
  • 2 pairs calf height thick wool socks
  • moisture wicking tee shirts
  • moisture wicking underwear
  • fleece or down layer (vest, lightweight jacket, etc)
  • knit hat
  • light pants or sweats and long sleeve shirt (optional for hanging out at the lodge)
  • house slippers/moccasins (optional for hanging out at the lodge)
  • headlamp
  • sunglasses/case
  • small 1L insulated waterbottle
  • toiletries (small, travel size bottles, NOT your giant dopp kit)
  • swim trunks (for the sauna)
  • mid-weight gloves/liner weight similar to these
  • neck gaiter/balaclava
  • warm gloves (with fingers for more agility while riding)
  • Ski style goggles
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