Thanks for a great season!
We are now closed for the season.
Come fly through the air with us this summer at
SUZY'S SLIP AND SLIDE
APPX 1 HOUR
One hour of fun--watch out for Suzy the Moose!
Great for first time snowmobilers and families!
$99 for Single Snowmobiles (Driver / No Passenger)
$139 for 2 Person Snowmobiles (Driver & Passenger)
Ages 5 and up on this tour.
Appx Distance: 10 miles | Peak Elevation: 2400 ft
APPX 3 HOURS
Our most popular destination is an overlook of Lake Wenatchee and the Entiat Mountain Range! Awesome views via fantastic trails.
Great for intermediate and advanced riders
$255 for Single Snowmobiles (Driver / No Passenger)
$355 for 2 Person Snowmobiles (Driver & Passenger)
Ages 10 and up on this tour.
Approximate Distance: 40 miles (64 km.)
Peak Elevation: 3900 ft.
APPX 2 HOURS
The first time we ran this one, we pulled Grandpa in his rocker - up the side of Entiat Ridge to scenic views of Lake Wenatchee and the Cascades.
Great tour for intermediate riders and families with older kids
$175 for Single Snowmobiles (Driver / No Passenger)
$255 for 2 Person Snowmobiles (Driver & Passenger)
Ages 8 and up on this tour.
Approximate Distance: 20 miles (32 km.) | Peak Elevation: 2700 ft.
APPX 1.5 HOURS
1.5 "starry" hours of nonstop nocturnal nirvana. Enjoy the sparkle of the snow off the headlights and the quiet of the woods at night.
$150 for Single Snowmobiles (Driver / No Passenger)
$195 for 2 Person Snowmobiles (Driver & Passenger)
Ages 8 and up on this tour.
Approximate Distance: 20 miles (32 km.)
How does a guided tour at Mountain Springs Lodge work?
Our trained guides will help suit you up in the provided snowmobile suits, boots, gloves and helmets (available free of charge if needed) and then take you to the snowmobiles for instructions on operating the machine, driving techniques and hazards to be aware of. The guides will then lead you out through the groomed trails, periodically checking in to make sure you are comfortable and stopping at the most scenic areas for views and pictures. The guides will lead you through the entire tour and bring you back to the starting point to then de-issue your gear. If at any point you feel uncomfortable or something happens to the machine, just stop and the guide is there to help. Safety is our #1 priority.
What gear do I need to bring?
We provide most all of the gear that you need for a snowmobile tour! We have warm full body snow suits, boots, gloves and a DOT approved helmet at no extra charge to you. Our sizes range from X-Small to 5-XL, so we have something for everyone! If you want to bring your own snow gear, that is perfectly fine to do. The 2 things that we do not provide but recommend bringing with you are sunglasses and a neck warmer depending on the weather that day.
How fast do you go?
Our tours all start on private and family-owned land so we want to respect the owners and keep tours at 10-15 mph. Our 2 hour and longer tours reach forest service groomed trails and depending on the ability of the group, speeds can get up to 35-45 mph depending on the conditions. Our guides are familiar with the hazards of the trails and will make certain to slow down for sharp corners, then speeds can pick back up on the straightaways. Safety is our #1 priority.
Can I bring my own gear?
Yes, you can certainly bring your own gear as it will likely fit you better, especially if you have young children. We have small selection of children's gear, so bringing your is helpful. Helmets must be DOT certified with the sticker on the back, snowboarding and ski helmets are not permitted.
What kind of snowmobiles do you use?
Can I bring my own snowmobile?
Our insurance does not allow privately owned snowmobiles on our tours. There are a couple of snowparks in our area where you can access the public trails and the maps for our area are very well made.
Can I go snowmobiling if I'm pregnant?
Unfortunately, pregnant women cannot participate: please come back after your bundle of joy has been delivered. We do reserve the right to cancel your snowmobile tour if we are concerned about your physical well-being.
Should I do a guided snowmobile tour with you or rent a snowmobile with someone else?
Great question! If you are newer to snowmobiling and could use a refresher on how to operate the machine, or would like to have a guide present in case something happens to the snowmobile, then our guided tours are perfect for you.
If you are very comfortable on snowmobiles and want to go fast and tear it up through the powder off-trail and know how to fix your snowmobile if something happens, then a rental would be a great option for you.
Experienced snowmobilers often do join our guided tours to enjoy the groomed trails and take in the beautiful scenery, but we do keep our tours single file as there are other snowmobilers that share the trails and safety is our #1 priority.
What is the cancellation policy?
We have a 24 hour cancellation policy where you can cancel for a full refund or make any changes to a reservation up to 24 hours before your tour. If you are within that 24 hour period, please give us a call. To cancel your reservation give us a call at 509-763-9027 or send us an email at email@example.com.
Can I leave a tip?
Yes, guides definitely work hard to give you the best experience possible and a tip goes a long way to show your appreciation.
Are there age restrictions?
Yes, child passengers must be at least 5 years old to ride along and 16 years old to drive. Drivers need to be 18 years old or older to have a passenger.
Where is Leavenworth Snowmobile Tours located?
We are located at Mountain Springs Lodge, 14 miles North of Leavenworth. In the Winter months, you will need to allow yourself at least 30 minutes to drive to Mountain Springs Lodge from Leavenworth.
Are there any weight restrictions?
The weight restriction is 500 pounds per machine maximum.
We use Ski-Doo Expedition 900 ACE snowmobiles. They are 4 stroke snowmobiles, so quieter than your average snowmobile, more fuel efficient and can go much farther than a 2 stroke snowmobile.