Guided Snowmobile Tours
Dates: Dec 15th – March 25th depending on trail conditions
Trip Duration: 3-4 hours
Minimum Age: 18(drivers) 12 (passengers)
Trip Times: 9:00 am daily
Trip Includes: Snowmobile, helmet, fuel/oil, experienced guide
Things to bring: Cold weather gear, camera, cash for a meal
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Peshtigo River Outpost
N12080 Allison Lane
Athelstane, WI 54104
My first time snowmobiling was amazing! Thanks Wildman for making it safe, fun, and an overall great experience.
I can't wait to come back for rafting in the spring! Heather B. - Winfield, IL
When the snow falls it’s time to break out the snowmobiles. Snowmobiling is a great winter sport and is also a great way to see the beautiful backcountry of Wisconsin’s Northwoods. The snowmobile trails connect right to our front door so we will have you on the trail in no time.
Our normal trips take you through the woods to one of the nearby towns. We will stop for lunch and an opportunity to warm up and then it will be back to the trail for the second half of your trip. We offer both single rider snowmobiles as well as two person machines.
It’s winter time, so make sure to dress for the weather. Typical temperatures will be anywhere from 10 to 25 degrees. Snow pants, gloves, boots, and winter jackets are critical to staying warm. We have a limited supply of winter gear for your use.
We have winter lodging available for you if you choose to stay with us the night before or after your trip. Make a weekend of it!
Benefits of a guided trip compared to snowmobile rental (without a guide):
- You don't have to pay for fuel or oil
- You don't have to find gas stations
- Spend more time riding and less time looking at a map
- Don't worry about mechanical problems
- Ride the best and most recently groomed trails without having to do research
- Don't worry about trailering snowmobiles to the trail
All drivers must be at least 18 years of age. Anyone born on or after January 1st 1985 is required by Wisconsin law to obtain a snowmobile safety certificate from the Wisconsin DNR as well as a Wisconsin DNR customer number ID.
The certificate must be carried by anyone operating a snowmobile meeting the above requirements. Please visit the Wisconsin DNR website for more information.