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How much does it cost?

Lake Alpine Trail:

  • 2 Hours - $149
  • 4 Hours - $189

(Two Hour Minimum, Two Machine Minimum)

Spicer Reservoir Trail:

  • 2 Hours - $179

(Two Hour Minimum, Two Machine Minimum)

Bear Valley Village Area*:

  • 1 Hr - $99
  • People Carrier - $55/hour

Bear Valley Village home renters:

  • 1 Day - $199
  • 2 Day - $380
  • 3 Day - $510
  • 4 Day - $630
  • 5 Day - $750
  • 6 Day - $810
  • 7 Day - $950
  • People Carrier - $85/day (24 hours)

*Bear Valley Village 1-7 day rentals are available for Bear Valley Village rental home visitors only. NOTE: Bear Valley is a snowmobile only community when there is snow on the ground so please remember our Good Neighbor Riding Rules Group Discounts: 5 or more snowmobiles 5% off 10 or more snowmobiles 10% off AND if you rent during the week DOUBLE your discount Group Discounts valid anytime except Holiday weeks

Where can you ride our rentals?

Our snowmobiles ready to go at the following trail heads:

Who can ride our snowmobiles?

We provide spectacular outdoor adventures the entire family can enjoy. All snowmobile drivers must be at least 18 years old with a valid driver’s license. All of our rentals are late model Ski-Doos with hand and thumb warmers and electric starts for your comfort. All snowmobiles seat two people max – there is no charge for the passenger. Renters are required to provide their own transportation to and from the trailheads, 2-4 miles away unless you ride in the Village area which is right outside our front door. You will need a credit card for each rental contract and to sign a Release of Liability and Acknowledgement of Risk.

What about little kids?

For children younger then five years old we offer a specially designed front pack “Kid Karrier” for children as young as two. Another great option for the kids is to rent the people carrier – available in the Bear Valley Village only - this “limo” seats two, up to 250lbs – see picture to the right.

What about elderly folks or the disabled?

For those of us without the muscular strength, coordination, or you are just tired from a long day skiing, snowmobiling lets you see mother nature at her grandest in the wintertime. Snowmobiling primarily uses your arms and thumb to control the throttle. Many who are unable to walk, ski, or snow shoe can still enjoy the winter wilderness on snowmobiles.

What should I bring for the ride?

  • Gloves
  • Long Johns or Warm Leggings
  • Long Sleeve Turtleneck/Shirt
  • Thick Wool Socks or Synthetic Wool Socks
  • Fleece or Sweater
  • Ski Pants or Water Repellent Pants
  • Winter Jacket or Rain Jacket with Extra Sweater
  • Goggles or Sun Glasses
  • Water Repellent Boots or Shoes
  • Sun Screen and Chapstick
  • Backpack for Drinks and Snacks
  • DOT Helmet (we provide the helmets otherwise)
  • And of course a camera!

Should I make reservations?

Reservations are HIGHLY recommended on weekends and holiday weeks for ALPINE and SPICER trails. Give us a call at 209-753-2323 with a credit card number. A 24 hour cancellation notice required for a full refund.

How do I get there?

We are located in the Bear Valley Transportation Center on the corner of Bear Valley Road and Quaking Aspen Road. Turn left off Highway 4, drive one block to the stop sign, turn left and you are there. Click here for Google Map directions.

Bear Valley Snowmobile
132 Bear Valley Rd
Bear Valley, CA 95223
209.753.2323

877.HWY4.FUN
info@bvsnowmobile.com