- Helmets for the driver and passenger, if applicable.
- Rental costs do not include fuel or damage agreements.
All renters must be at least 21 years of age and have a valid credit card and driver's license.
Utah Law requires snowmobile operators to be at least 16 years old with a driver's license. Beaver Creek Lodge policy requires operators of the Summit REV 600 to be 18 years old or older and operators of the new Ski-Doo Summit 850 XM and the Ski-Doo Summit 850 XM T-3 to be 21 years old or older. There is no age restriction for passengers.
We have an excellent snowmobiling staff who will give instruction on operating the Ski-Doo vehicle and offer assistance when needed. The large meadow in front of the Lodge is a great place to practice until participants feel comfortable enough to go on the trails. Although riding a Ski-Doo machine for the first time may seem a bit intimidating, it doesn't take long to catch on and enjoy the experience.
The Summit REV 600 can be ridden double. None of the snowmobiles are equipped to be ridden by more than two people at a time.
Quality snow clothing is essential when snowmobiling. We recommend water resistant snow bibs with a quality winter coat or a full snow suit. Gloves and insulated, waterproof boots are also important. Ski clothing works well. We have an excellent stock of snow clothing for rent, whether you need the entire outfit or just a few items.
It is a good idea to arrive about 30 minutes before the rental time to take care of paperwork, helmets, and clothing (if needed).
Beaver Creek Lodge offers hundreds of miles of groomed snowmobile trails and spectacular off-trail riding. They offer quality on-site Ski-Doo and Can-Am off-road rentals for both guided and unguided tours. From their lodge, you can easily reach the best trails in northern Utah, the Bear Lake area, and southern Idaho. Whether you are looking for a beginner or intermediate groomed trail, open spaces, or a more difficult expert mountain climbing ride, it can be found starting at their front door.