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Address: 1050 S Hwy 89, Jackson, WY 83001-8511
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+1 307-733-8800

We offer snowmobile and snowcoach trips of a lifetime to Yellowstone...

We offer snowmobile and snowcoach trips of a lifetime to Yellowstone National Park as well as snowmobile trips in the National Forests. Come explore Wyoming's famous Continental Divide for some of the best and most picturesque riding in the lower 48; soak in Granite Hot Springs after you play in some powder; enjoy lunch at luxurious Brooks Lake Lodge after a day of snowmobiling; or check out the abundant wildlife on our Gros Ventre Trip! We have something for everyone. We love what we do and it shows!

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Recommend Brooks Lake for snowmobile fun

Aside from fresh powder day at Jackson Hole, this was the highlight of our trip. The Brooks Lake trip was ideal for us - two inexperienced adult riders who want a 'real... read more

5 of 5 bubblesReviewed yesterday
Dave B
Waterloo, Ontario

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Waterloo, Ontario
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53 reviews
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed yesterday NEW

Aside from fresh powder day at Jackson Hole, this was the highlight of our trip. The Brooks Lake trip was ideal for us - two inexperienced adult riders who want a 'real' snowmobile tour. We had booked the Continental Divide tour, but got upgraded/switched to Brooks Lake tour to make up numbers. 5 riders plus guide all together. All of... More 

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Chicago, Illinois
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 2 days ago NEW via mobile

Awesome time and our guide Jake did a great job finding photo ops! They did a great job getting us to and from the hotel, all equipment was included and we had a great day in the mountains!!

Thank Jasosta
Atlanta, Georgia
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52 reviews
6 attraction reviews
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 1 week ago

This was the first time I had ever driven a snowmobile, so I was a bit nervous but our guide (Tom) explained everything and off we went! It was snowing hard that day, so I had a bit of trouble keeping up at first, but then got the hang of it. The creek and area around the hot springs is... More 

Thank katemplummer
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Granite Hot Springs is a must see. The round trip on the snowmobile wasn't near as long as yellowstone or the Tetons was, so looking back it was the perfect first day! Jeff is awesome. He was spotting animals all over the place. Thanks Jeff! That was incredible!

Thank Brian C
Phenix City, United States
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2 reviews
5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was an all day event. It was cold so we wore all the base layers we could put on and Togwotee provided our ski bib, ski jacket, helmet, and ski boots for the snowmobiles. We were picked up at 6:00 am by Dave - who was an amazing guide. Being a local and a snowmobile guide for 37 years... More 

Thank Michael G
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Amazing day!! All provided by the BEST guides...John & TJ.... I recommended this for anyone visiting the area.

Thank Rodney M
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed December 14, 2016 via mobile

Great trip. The gear kept us warm. The sleds are easy to operate. Our guide Zane is wealth of knowledge. We went by the location of A River Runs Through It. . Looked like a black and white museum photo. Didn't bring my bathing suit but the people who did enjoyed a good soak.

Thank Cathy M
Birmingham, Alabama
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed December 2, 2016 via mobile

We came to Jackson a little early in season so it was a last minute option to get to do the snowmobile trip. We had to keep checking to see if there was enough snow on trails . Thankfully it snowed a little each day and we were able to go . We were the very first trip for the... More 

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Togwotee, Manager at Togwotee Snowmobile Adventures, responded to this review

Hi jpa2smh, Thank you for your review. I'm glad we were able to take you out early season! It's always memorable to be our first tour of the season, too. Thank you for the kind words about our guides. We send them through rigorous training to make sure they have the skills to keep you safe. Thanks for breaking in... More 

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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed June 9, 2016

We needed a minor repair to our RV and had been to several repair shops in Yellowstone and the local area and no one would take the time help us. One company that did help us actually charged us about $150 and the repair did not solve the problem. Then we met Liz. She looked at the situation, came up... More 

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Togwotee, Manager at Togwotee Snowmobile Adventures, responded to this review

Hi Bob C! Thank you for your kind words. I am so thrilled that Liz was able to get you back on the road and enjoying our beautiful scenery. We appreciate the kind words. Come back and see us! Best, Jodie More 

North Benton, Ohio
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5 of 5 bubbles Reviewed June 8, 2016

Liz was extremely helpful in assisting us to fix an electrical connection for our motor home and Jeep. Could not have been happier with her assistance.

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Togwotee, Manager at Togwotee Snowmobile Adventures, responded to this review

Hi mc0nner, Thank you for your review! I am so grateful for Liz's knowledge of RVs, and glad she was able to assist you. I will be sure to pass along your kind words. Many thanks, Jodie More 

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My hopefully soon to be fiancé are planning on flying in on Friday Jan 13 and leaving Monday Jan 16. I am wanting to propose to my GF while we are there. I don't know anything about the area but from pics it looks beautiful.

We have talked about going snowmobiling and possibly snowshoeing, taking a sleigh ride and doing the dog sledding also.

So my first thought was to just rent us a pair of snowmobiles and head out until I found that magical spot and moment, but we have never been one snowmobile even though I have ridden 4-wheelers, and reading up on operating a snowmobile. But I feel the group tour wouldn't give us that privacy I would like and there's no way I could afford a private guided outing. But we might still do a guided tour to just have fun and enjoy the scenery and if so which of the many tours do you recommend, I'm looking more for scenery and breath taking views, and also would like to, even though we're beginners we would like to still be able to have fun and attempt some moderate off trail adventure, doesn't have to be steep hill sides but atleast maybe attempt some off trail runs and turns where we can zig and zag with some speed.

I'm thinking maybe after we take a tour and get comfortable with a snowmobile I might then be able to come back and rent a snowmobile and we go out on our own to find or go back to that magical spot.

We're open to both a half or full day tour whichever you think might be what I'm looking for.

I know your in the snowmobile renting business and not the marriage proposal business, but I'm looking for advice from anyone on what would be a good private breath taking spot to propose. I've thought about snowshoeing out to moulton barn or taggert lake, but some say that is a good distance and it would be too cold.

I'm sort of panicking and afraid I'm going to travel 1600 miles and my plan not happen, since I'm not familiar with the area. I've talked to chamber of commerce and they just gave me links to things that are done in groups or to do privately (sleigh ride for one) are charging a lot of money and I just don't want to gamble and pay that and it not be what I was expecting or wanting. But I'm afraid if I don't book something now everything will be booked when we arrive.

So any suggestions anyone I can talk to.

Or basically if your female where would you like to be proposed to at, and if your male where would you propose to her at.

Someone mentioned tram up to top of ski resort. But I just have this vision of being out in the wilderness, acting like kids playing in snow, making snow angels, wrestling around, talking about how we got to this point and where our future will be and take is, then I spell out in snow in big letters "Will you marry me" while in front or back of us is this breath taking view.

I guess I'm just over thinking this

I don't want to fly in and have to feel like I'm scrambling trying to find that perfect spot.

I've thought about doing the sleigh ride and dinner, the dog sledding, but not sure that would be the perfect setting or give us that alone moment.

Thought about renting snowshoes or snowmobile but don't have clue where I'm going or what is accessible, I think if I could get to the Mormon barn with the Tetons view might be could spot but not sure how far a freezing hike that would be or how nice taggerd lake is that will probably be snow covered.

We're not much on skiing so I don't foresee riding the ski lift unless it would be the perfect spot then we would just ride it up to visit for the view

We're staying at the Rusty Parrot if that makes a difference

Any suggestions/advice/insight would be much appreciated



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