Montana Snowmobile Rentals

We invite local residents, experienced snowmobilers and adventure seekers to rent a snowmobile and discover the Flathead Valley’s pristine alpine forests, breathtaking ridges and powder-filled bowls for themselves!

Our Montana snowmobile rentals include the following top quality sleds:

  • 2014 Ski-Doo Renegade Sport Rotax 550 F – A great, all around sled perfect for riders who enjoy 2-stroke power. Equipped with:
    • 553cc, Axial Fan Cooled, Cylinder Reed Porting and 2-Stroke Engine
    • Dual A-Arm Front Suspension
    • SC-5M Rear Suspension
    • 137″ track, 1.25″ paddles
    • Electric start, RER electronic reverse
  • 2014 Ski-Doo Renegade 600 ACE  -  A great, all around sled with adjustable seating to ride single or double. Equipped with:
    • 600cc, Twin Cylinder, Liquid Cooled, 4-Stroke Engine
    • Dual A-Arm Front Suspension
    • SC-5M Rear Suspension
    • 137″ track, 1.25″ paddles
    • Electric start, RER electronic reverse
  • 2015 Ski-Doo Tundra LT 600 ACE - A fun, nimble sled for all riders and some extra track for the deep stuff. Equipped with:
    • 600cc, Twin Cylinder, Liquid Cooled, 4-Stroke Engine
    • Lynx Telescopic Front Suspension
    • SC-5M Rear Suspension
    • REV-XU with 154″ charger track, 1.5″ paddles
    • Electric start, mechanical reverse
  • 2015 Ski-Doo Expedition 600 ACE – A 1-up or 2-up touring/utility sled built for riders looking to explore on trail and off. Equipped with:
    • 600cc, Twin Cylinder, Liquid Cooled, 4-Stroke Engine
    • Dual A-Arm Front Suspension
    • SC-5U Rear Suspension
    • REV-XS with 154″ charger track, 1.5″ paddles
    • Electric start, mechanical reverse
  • 2014 Ski-Doo Summit SP 600 E-tec – A machine built for mountain riders who are looking for a light, strong sled. Equipped with:
    • Rotax 600 H.O. E-TEC, Liquid-cooled, 2-Stroke Engine
    • Dual A-Arm Front Suspension
    • tMotion Rear Suspension
    • 16 x 154″ x 2.25 PowderMax 2 Flex Edge track
    • RER electronic reverse

 

What’s Included With Our Snowmobile Rentals

All sleds are equipped with a snow shovel, probe and avalanche beacon. A helmet is required for all riders and also is included in the price of all sled rentals.

We also offer the following snow apparel items for rent:

  • Full suit
  • Jackets
  • Bibs or snow pants
  • Gloves
  • Boots

 

These items can be rented individually for $5 or three items for $10.

Whether you are looking for a relaxed, groomed trail or extreme mountain terrain, Flathead Valley snowmobiling has it all! We have taken the liberty of describing the most popular trailheads below, but if you have additional questions a member of our friendly staff would be happy to help you, so contact us today!

Canyon Creek Snowmobiling

Located on the North Fork of the Flathead River Drainage, the Canyon Creek trail system accesses more than 80 miles of groomed trails and abundant mountain riding. The trailhead starts five miles north of Columbia Falls on Forest Service road 316 and leads to Whitefish Mountain Resort on Big Mountain. Once at the top of Big Mountain, you can take a break at the Summit House which overlooks the entire Flathead Valley and Glacier National Park. Another option is to continue past Big Mountain to Upper Whitefish Lake or go to Kimmerly Basin, which is a great place for some snow play.

Desert Mountain Snowmobiling

Known as one of the most spectacular trails in Northwest Montana, the Desert Mountain trail accesses the summit of Desert Mountain overlooking Glacier National Park, Hungry Horse Reservoir and the great Bear Wilderness. From this trailhead you may also ride an ungroomed 35 mile trail along the east shore of Hungry Horse Reservoir, great for wilderness scenery and hill climbing.

Olney/Red Meadow Snowmobiling

The Olney trail is located just off Highway 93, close to Whitefish. It travels through open-field play terrain. The groomed trail connects to Upper Whitefish Lake trail and Stryker trail and is one of the largest loops you can take in one day. The route meanders up from Olney over Werner Peak at 7100 ft in elevation. This trail also connects back to Whitefish Mountain Resort and down to the Canyon Creek trailhead in Columbia Falls.

Upper Whitefish Lake Snowmobiling

This trail is a 50 mile tour that connects to the trails from Olney and Mount Marston through the deep woods of the Whitefish Mountain Range. Upper Whitefish Lake offers groomed trails as well as unlimited mountain climbing and play in open meadows. It takes about 1 hour to get to Upper Whitefish Lake from the Upper Whitefish Lake trailhead. Another option is to take the groomed trail to the east and head up to Werner Park.

Crane Mountain Snowmobiling

Just outside Bigfork, you’ll find 38 miles of groomed trail riding and more than 100 miles of ungroomed logging roads. You’ll also be treated to unlimited play terrain in mountain meadows and old logging clear cuts. These trails offer outstanding views of Flathead Lake as well as the Swan Mountains and the Mission Mountains. You can reach the Crane Mountain trail system from Highway 209 (six miles south of Bigfork) or from Highway 83 (two miles south of Swan Lake).

A $10 state land use permit ($20/family) is required for off-trail riding on State Forest Lands. There is a $15 per machine fee for non-residents. Apply online at www.fwp.mt.gov or visit a Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks field office. The funds collected from these permits are allocated to improve the trail grooming program.

Find out why Swan Mountain Snowmobiling is your family’s best choice for Montana snowmobile rentals!

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