Tours and Schedules
Exciting Trails. Thrilling Ride. Spectacular Teton Views.
Our winter season runs from early December through the end of March.
Weather permitting, tours may run before or after those dates so contact us for details and prices!
Corporate groups, large groups (8+), special requests, or guests requiring assistance should fill out the contact form below, or call us at (307) 851-6539, and we’ll be glad to help you through the booking process.
We offer morning and afternoon half-day guided tours from our location at Togwotee Mountain Lodge. Explore the Bridger-Teton National Forest on a wild, 2-hour ride through mountains, snow-capped groves, and sparkling meadows. Experience dog mushing the way it was meant to be! Pristine Teton views included.
Transportation to and from Jackson Hole is available, and lunch is complimentary when you book transportation with us!
|Half-Day Tour||Regular Pricing||Holiday Pricing|
(Dec 20th – Jan 10th)
|With Lunch and Transportation||$310 per guest||$340 per guest|
|Self-Drives, No Lunch||$250 per guest||$280 per guest|
Each of our sleds can accommodate up to 2 guests. There is a weight limit of 350 lbs. per sled, and guests must be 5 years or older to ride. An additional $45 fee will be observed per guest who, by default, has to ride alone.
Please note all tours are guided. The self-drive option refers to guests driving themselves to Togwotee, not to driving the sled. Wish to drive the sled? Just ask your guide and they may provide instruction on a safe stretch of trail!
Come with us to our remote mountain hideaway. The yurt is an amazing traditional nomadic dwelling; round, warm and inviting—the perfect place to thaw out after a chilly ride through the mountains.
We are looking forward to resuming yurt trips this winter! Request more information through our booking form and we’ll notify you once the details are finalized!
Temperatures in the winter can range from -20 degrees F to +40 degrees F while out on the trail. So, we advise dressing in layers, avoiding cotton, and wearing waterproof outerwear. Below is a list of suggested gear!