I rented a snowmobile here for 2 days and had a blast. Super friendly people, great guides and brand new sleds. Couldn’t have asked for much more. Will be back next year for sure! Read more
Snowmobile Rentals Near Kalispell, MT
Half-Day or Full-Day Options
Suitable for Beginners to Experts
Snow Gear Available to Rent
Looking for a fun way to travel across the snowy expanses of Northwest Montana? Rent one of our top-of-the-line snowmobiles, and explore the winter wonderland at your own pace.
The Perks of Renting From Us
Take one of our well-maintained and high-quality snowmobiles for a spin across over 200 miles of groomed trails.
Choose the vehicle that best suits your needs, from the easy-to-control Polaris 550 to the superpowered Polaris 800.
Soak up the spectacular views while you whiz around on an adrenaline-fueled adventure.
Spend time with the whole family! All ages are welcome on the snowmobiles.
Worried about staying warm? We rent all of the snow gear you could possibly need.
Our prices include everything you need for a day out on the snow -- with no hidden taxes or fees!
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A Quick Overview
Half-day (4 hours)
Full-day (8 hours)
Half-day: 9am or 1pm
Our business office located at:
16 Bell Street
Olney, MT 59927
December 1 to April 15, seven days of the week
Must be 16 years of age or older with a valid driver’s license to drive the snowmobile.
Children of all ages may ride as a passenger.
- Polaris snowmobile
- Helmet (required)
- Trail map
- GPS tracker
- Fuel taxes
- State land fees
Additional items available to rent (please see pricing tab for more information).
Warm layers, ski gear
Please note: we have all necessary clothing available for rent, such as snow pants, coats, boots, etc. These can be added during the booking process.
Rental Prices, Add-ons, and More
|Tax (8%, CC & RVT)*||$12.00||$15.00||$20.00|
|State land fee (per person)||$10.00||$10.00||$10.00|
|Total||$189.50 for one passenger • $197.50 for two passengers||$235.25||$305.00|
|Tax (8%, CC & RVT)*||$15.00||$16.00||$24.00|
|State land fee (per person)||$10.00||$10.00||$10.00|
|Total||$240.00 for one passenger • $248.00 for two passengers||$261.00||$369.00|
*Note: There’s a 4% discount on the tax for those paying in cash.
Price per item (unless otherwise stated)
|Full set of gear rental (gloves, boots, coat, pants, balaclava)||$15.00|
|Beacon rental, half-day||$15.00|
|Beacon rental, full-day||$35.00|
|Full set (all gear rentals, beacon, and probe)||$50.00|
|Enclosed four-place trailer rental||$250.00|
|Two-place trailer rental||$100.00|
|Insurance (per sled)||$75.00 per day|
Take a Look at Our Selection
We offer three classes of vehicles to suit riders at every level. Whether it’s your first time on the back of a snowmobile or snowmobiling is second nature, we’ve got the ride for you. Check out the options below to see our selection of 1 and 2-person vehicles. Not sure what kind of sled suits you best? Don’t worry — the information below can help you decide.
2018 Polaris INDY 550
The Polaris 550 is perfect for first-time snowmobilers. It offers a basic, fan-cooled ride that is user-friendly and easy to control. You’ll have a blast soaring across the snowy terrain without worrying about how to handle the vehicle! Prices for this rental start at $189.50 for a half day and $240 for a full day. Please note: this is the only vehicle that has room for two passengers.
2015/2019 Polaris PRO-RMK 600
The Polaris 600 is better suited for intermediate riders. If you have snowmobiling experience but are still looking for a manageable ride, check out this sled! It can easily handle backcountry terrain, making it ideal anyone planning to go off-trail for a bit. Prices for this rental start at $235.25 for a half day and $261 for a full day.
2019 Polaris PRO-RMK 800
The Polaris 800 is a sled for the experts. If you’re an adrenaline junkie looking for the ultimate ride, look no further! This super strong vehicle can propel you across the icy landscape with ease. Prices start at just $305 for a half day and $369 for a full day.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to know how to drive a snowmobile?
Nope! We have had many beginners rent a vehicle from us, and we’re happy to give you a few pointers. If it’s your first time, we recommend the 2018 Polaris INDY 550, which is well-suited to those who have never been on a sled before.
Do I need to sign a waiver?
Yes, all riders must sign a waiver. A copy will be available during the booking process.
What if I get lost?
Although Montana’s many trails are well-marked, it still is possible to end up a bit off the beaten track! For this reason, we equip all riders with a GPS tracking device. That way, if you do end up lost, we can send a member of our team to guide you back to the business office.
What if the vehicle gets damaged?
Since our snowmobiles are high-quality vehicles, repairing them can get expensive. Therefore, we offer insurance at an additional fee of $75 per sled per day, which comes with a $1500 deductible. If you choose not to insure your ride, you will need to pay the full cost of repairs in the event of an accident.
What Other Snowmobilers Are Saying
Recently on a work trip my son and I came here to ride for the day. We had a blast and I am so glad we made this happen. I would recommend the guide service for the first time. We did not have a guide but they helped us every way possible anyway. Great place to rent from and even better people. Read more
Overall great experience. Good for group parties. Nice snowmobiles and gear. They provide boots, snow suits and helmets. Rented double snowmobiles that had hand warmers for both riders, which is important for a cold day. Friendly family run business. Read more
Best Snowmobile Rental in Montana. All of the sleds were brand new and well taken care of. Definitely recommend to anyone looking to get outside and find some powder. Read more
Great sleds very well maintained and tuned. Clutch, belt, track, skis and suspension, the set up was spot on! The staff is 2nd to none! Super accommodating. They have everything you could possibly need. Show up wearing just a pair of flip flops…They can hook you up and have you on the trail in minutes. Read more