White Mountain Snowmobile Tours Colorado

Snowmobiling Across The Continental Divide!

With easy access from Silverthorne, Dillon, Breckenridge and Leadville, White Mountain Snowmobile Tours definitely showcases the grandeur of the Rocky Mountains at elevations from 11,000 to 12,000′ at the top of the world!
 
We’ve brought our friends out here two years in a row for this once in a lifetime experience on the high adventure tour! One of our friends even proposed at the top – what a backdrop for an unforgettable memory! 
 
We started off learning the basic skills and safety measures at the test track before hitting the snowy trails climbing high to the top of the mountain with expansive views in every direction across the continental divide before dropping into the back country bowls, ! We had so much fun and our guides were great.  
 
White Mountain Tours is Colorado’s highest snowmobile tour company and has been under local ownership for more than 25 years.
 

Tour Options

Prospector 
This tour features groomed trails and spectacular views of 14,000 feet mountains. It’s great for families with children, single riders looking for a scenic ride, or couples who want to ride together on the same snowmobile. 
 
Performance 
You don’t have to be an experienced snowmobiler to book this ride. This popular two-hour tour is perfect for adventurous people looking for a thrilling fast moving ride on Polaris 550s. Riders will enjoy scenic views of 14,000 foot mountains, trails through the forest, and snowy alpine meadows in the shadow of the Continental Divide. This is superb riding at altitudes from 10,000 to 12,600 feet.
 
High Adventure 
Designed for thrill seekers wanting the ride of a lifetime! These high-performance rides zoom through powder-filled back country bowls. This tour is for experienced single riders wanting a more advanced and challenging ride. No passengers are allowed. Riders will enjoy thrilling sport riding on the windswept alpine tundra, through high alpine valleys and powder filled bowls high above tree line at ‘the top of the world’. Enjoy the 360-degree panoramic views from 10,000 to 12,600 feet. 
 

What To Wear 

Complimentary coveralls and boots are available if needed, but warm winter apparel is recommended. Helmets are provided. Dress in layers with smart wool or thermals underneath. Definitely bring warm gloves, goggles or sunglasses and you’ll probably need a face mask or neck gator. Hand and body warmer packets also help. Your hands and feet will likely get cold. 
 

Directions

Use this address for your GPS 
6492 Highway 91, Leadville, CO 80461
(800) 247-7238
 
They are approximately 14 miles south of copper mountain and 7 miles north of Leadville. From interstate 70, take exit 195 (copper mountain/Leadville exit). Continue south on Colorado highway 91 approximately 14 miles. Look for mile marker 7 on the left, slow down and prepare to make a cautious left hand turn into our driveway. you will see our blue name signs on the right and a red sign on the left, “whoa slow down, zip lining ahead”. If you pass mile marker 6, you have gone too far.
 
From the South, travel North through Leadville on Highway 91. Look for Mile Marker 6 on the right, the blue Name Signs (Top of the Rockies Zip Line) on the right, and prepare to turn right into our well-marked driveway. If you pass Mile Marker 7, you have gone too far.
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