Snowmobile Tours

Snowmobiling in Revelstoke is all about exploring uncharted terrain and riding deep powder.

Great Canadian Snowmobile Tours is Canada's premier backcountry snowmobile clinic & rental company. Our guides are meticulously trained in Avalanche safety and awareness and wilderness first aid, and will work with you to perfect your technique and challenge your skill. With over 20 years of snowmobile experience in the mountains surrounding Revelstoke, we have perfected the art of riding.

Whether you book a Revelstoke snowmobile tour, a snowmobile rental, need some gear or just a guide for the day, our company guarantees that you will have an amazing experience whether you're a pro or a novice rider. Check out our sample packages below and contact us for bookings.

  • Night snowmobile tours on Mt. Mackenzie

    New this season: Evening snowmobile tours from the village to the alpine - enjoy starlit night views overlooking Revelstoke's twinkling lights before returning to the valley.

    This 3 hour tour includes an expedition snowmobile that allows for a second rider if you wish. Evening tours take place every Wednesday and Saturday evening. Meet at R Gear at 5:45pm to sign waivers. At 6pm you will depart on your snowmobile tour, returning to the village at 9pm after an evening of adventure!

    To book call 250-814-5060 or drop by in person at Guest Services. Advance booking is highly recommended as spaces are limited.

    Cost: $198 | Extra person: $98

    • Minimum driver age: 18. Must have a drivers' licence
    • Minimum passenger age 7.
    • Includes rental helmet.
    • BYO gloves (not mittens), outerwear, goggles, warm clothes and sturdy footwear.
  • Tour Description
    The Cabin Run 1 hour tour. Enjoy a scenic ride on our trails.
    The Sledder 2 hour tour. Experience mountain snowmobiling at its best on Frisby Ridge.
    Snow Fun 3.5 hour tour. Ride the trails & alpine of Boulder Mountain & Frisby Ridge.
    Summit Ride Experience deep powder on this full day ride. Includes lunch, riding & avalanche gear.
  • Cancellation of Tours

    Tours can be cancelled without charge up to 24 hours prior. For cancellations within 24 hours or on the day of your tour departure, a $50 admin fee will be charged.

    Riding a Snowmobile

    Your speed is controlled by a thumb activated throttle. Braking is done with one hand while steering takes place through a handle bar. Alpine snowmobiling also requires much steering by active riding position and riders should be in good physical shape. Due to the nature of riding and for liability reasons, a minimum age of 18 is required to ride your own snowmobile (or 16 with parents and valid driver's license / snowmobile license).

    Riders' Registration, Liability & Insurance

    We do our best to ensure the safety and enjoyment of all participants, but since snowmobiling involves known and unknown risks we require all guests to sign an assumption of risk statement and liability waiver prior to tour or rental departure. Waivers are available prior to making your reservation. We strongly advise participants to carry good medical insurance including recovery by helicopter.

    Avalanches & Riding Safety

    Please note that weather, snow, road and/or avalanche conditions may alter the riding programs and destinations. All of our guides are certified in avalanche safety. For all backcountry tours lasting longer than 2 hours we will provide avalanche safety equipment to guests at no charge.

    Damage Insurance

    Tours: Optional insurance of $35 per day/tour reduces the deductible from the full damage amount to $1,000 per incident. Please note our detailed rental conditions and excluded damages (fires & tunnels and bulkhead damages). Insurance is subject to applicable taxes. Optional insurance is included in all short tours with the exception of the Summit Tour.


    Average winter temperatures range between 0 to -10 degrees C. Full protective clothing is provided by us on all tours. Equipment provided includes a protective snowmobile suit, snowmobile boots and snow cross-style helmet (no goggles or gloves). Please bring the following: goggles, gloves, t-shirt & turtleneck, long underwear, warm socks, sunglasses, sunscreen, neck warmer or balaclava. Ski gear works fine for snowmobile tours.

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