Hype up the winter with our Private Guided Backcountry Adventure 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!
SLED SKI RENTALS
1-5 day options available!
- 2024 Polaris S4 Voyaguer 146" (Sled-Ski) 7S
Take our Sled Ski 2 Seater Snowmobile Rental to your desired skiing or snowboarding location and ride all day!
Each sled ski snowmobile rental in Steamboat is equipped to hold 2 passengers and their ski gear. Each rental comes with 2 backcountry backpacks, 2 avalanche transceivers (beacon), 2 shovels, 2 probes, 2 radios and damage coverage. Our professional staff will get you familiar with the snowmachine, give recommendations on where to ride and get you on your way. Come join CSR and learn what we love about snowmobiling in Colorado. CSR’s Steamboat location is not a ride from location, please plan to rent a trailer or bring your own. Must have a vehicle with towing capacity. Book your Steamboat Springs snowmobile rental online today!
- Pick-up: 2151 Downhill Dr, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487
- We are not a ride-from location. If not booking a guide, please plan to rent a CSR trailer or bring your own. Must have a vehicle with towing capacity.
- Trailers can be added on upon request.
- You are required to rent a sled first before you can rent a trailer.
- 2 Helmets provided
- 2 sets of backcountry gear provided (beacon, shovel, probe, radio, backpack)
- Full tank of gas (must return the machine full of 91 octane fuel or be charged accordingly)
- Snowmobile safety review and video
- Damage cap ($1,000 cap to physical damage to the machine)
- Tobe mono suites & boots available for additional charge
- We suggest a good pair of polypropylene style long underwear (top and bottom)
- A good pair of ski socks (polypropylene or wool, no cotton)
- Comfortable middle layers such as sweatshirts, sweatpants, and polar fleece
- Waterproof and windproof outer layers (ski or snow pants and jacket)
- Googles (snowmobile or ski googles are the best)
- Gloves that are warm and waterproof
- Helmets are required (and provided free of charge for all riders). However, they are a “motocross” style helmet, so you will need to bring goggles.
- Waterproof and warm snow boots
- Balaclava or face mask
- Phone/camera is a must-have to capture the spectacular beauty of snow-dusted trees, frozen lakes, and blanketed mountainsides.
- Always remember to bring fluids (water) and food/snacks