Are you wondering what to gift that special someone who seems to have everything? Gift them a snowmobile tour from Lofty Peaks Adventures LLC! Not only do we offer guided snowmobile tours for both new and experienced riders, but we also have a wide range of tour options and locations from which to choose. Learn why a snowmobile tour is a fabulous gift for the upcoming holiday season.
Our private snowmobile tours are guided by our professional yet friendly guides. There are no worries about getting stuck or being lost. We make sure you have a safe ride while you get to relax and play in the fresh powder. Most of our tours also include lunch, so not only do you get to spend a day on the mountain but you’ll do it with a full stomach.
New & Experienced Riders
Our snowmobile tours and machines are great for both new riders and experienced ones. If your loved one is a new rider, we have machines that offer a smooth and easy ride on the trails. For those who have been snowmobiling for years, we have snowmobiles available with amazing horsepower that can tackle that deep powdery snow.
Whether you choose a guided or unguided tour, we offer several tour options. Select a three, four, or six-hour guided snowmobile tour in the morning, afternoon, or midday. If you prefer an unguided adventure, we offer full-day or multi-day rentals, so you can experience the mountain as much as you’d like.
With a snowmobile tour from us, your gift recipient can choose from four different trailhead locations: Lake Creek Trailhead in Heber City, Snake Creek Trailhead in Midway, Nobletts Trailhead in Kamas, and Strawberry Valley Current Creek Road Trailhead in Wasatch County. Guided trips are available at our Heber City location, but all other trails are ideal for unguided tours with family and friends.
Happy Holidays from Lofty Peaks
Contact us at (435) 654-5810 to purchase a gift card or snowmobile tour today. In addition to our snowmobile tours, we also offer snowmobile service and repair, ATV/UTV rentals, jet ski rentals, and kayak rentals during the summer months in Sandy and beyond.