Experience the Colorado backcountry with a half day on trail guided snowmobile tour. Our professional guides will show you what we love about snowmobiling in Steamboat. Shuttle service to and from the trailhead is available. Book online!
Welcome to our flagship location where “Came for the winter and stayed for the summer” comes true. This location offers a wide variety of Polaris sled rentals from the All NEW Khaos Slash 850 to the versatile RMK-PRO 850. We have a machine that can take you anywhere you need to go and more. Take the a scenic tour at Rabbit Ears pass, cruise the trails at Buff Pass with amazing views of Steamboat Springs or use a sled for a hunting or fishing trip.
You can pick-up your Steamboat snowmobile rentals at 8:00 a.m. The Steamboat sled rentals need to be back at the shop at 4:00 p.m. on the last day of your rental. Snowmobile Steamboat with us and explore all the coolest places in the area!
If you’re planning a snowmobile adventure in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, there are a few things you should know about the current conditions.
Firstly, Steamboat Springs is known for its deep, fluffy snow, which can make for excellent snowmobiling conditions. As of February 14th, 2023, the area has received over 180 inches of snowfall this season, which is well above average. This means that there is plenty of snow to ride on, and CSR is open and running tours.
However, it’s important to note that the snow conditions can vary greatly depending on where you ride. If you venture into higher elevations, you may encounter deeper snowdrifts or more challenging terrain. Be sure to check with local guides or call CSR to get the latest information on trail conditions.
Another factor to consider is the temperature. Steamboat Springs can experience cold weather during the winter months, with average temperatures ranging from 10°F to 30°F. If you’re planning a snowmobile trip, be sure to dress in layers and bring warm gear to protect against the cold.
Finally, it’s important to be aware of any local regulations or restrictions. Many areas in Steamboat Springs have designated snowmobile trails, and some areas may be off-limits to snowmobilers. Always follow the rules and respect the natural environment to ensure a safe and enjoyable ride.
In conclusion, Steamboat Springs offers fantastic snowmobiling conditions, with plenty of snow to play in. Just be sure to check trail conditions, dress appropriately for the weather, and follow local regulations for a fun and safe adventure on the snow.
Steamboat Snow Forecast
WHERE TO RIDE
Although there are plenty of snowmobile trails in the area (many of which lead to the base of Rabbit Ears Peak to the east), there’s a gorgeous, 4-mile-long road that stretches from Dumont Lake to the Rabbit Ears, the summit rock formation from which the pass gets its name.
Take in gorgeous views of the Continental Divide, Rabbit Ears Peak, rivers, meadows, and more while you explore this relatively relaxed snowmobile trail system. In addition to snowmobiling, visitors can bike, camp, fish, and hike in the summertime and snowmobile, cross-country ski and snowshoe in the winter.
FOOD, ACTIVITIES, AND PLACES TO STAY IN STEAMBOAT
Restaurants: Table 79, Aurum, Low Country Kitchen, Vaqueros, Taco Cabo, Talay Thai
Activities: Steamboat Resort, Fish Creek Falls, Emerald Mountain, Steamboat Library
Places to stay: Holiday Inn, Rabbit Ears Motel, The Highmark of Steamboat Activities: Steamboat Resort, Fish Creek Falls, Emerald Mountain, Steamboat Library
Hype up the winter with our Steamboat Snowmobile Experience in Colorado! Our guided experience includes avalanche safety gear, radios, damage coverage, lunch from Yampa Valley Sandwich CO, and your choice of a brand new Polaris mountain sled. Shuttle service to and from the trailhead is available. Book online!