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There may not be a more exciting way to see Breckenridge than aboard a snowmobile. Flying across the snow, trees zipping past, the buzz of the engine whirring off nearby rock faces - it's something everyone should experience. If you don’t own a snowmobile, or don’t want to haul it to Breckenridge, there are rental options that include astounding tours of the area. 


Good Times Adventures provides a snowmobiling tour service just outside of town. They offer a two- and a three-hour tour, both of which take you up Georgia Pass to the top of the Continental Divide, at an elevation of 11,585 feet above sea level. On these tours, you're sure to see some breathtaking scenery while making magical memories. They have several pickup points in Breckenridge, an open meadow practice area, and they even offer complimentary snow suits and boots if you need them. Their snowmobiles are brand new every season and include hand warmers, back rests, and electric starters.


At Breckenridge Snowmobiling Tours & Rentals, you can choose from several two- and three-hour tour options. Each tour heads to different locations atop the Continental Divide, with one going as high as 11,585 feet above sea level and the other three going up to 12,500 feet above sea level. One tour even includes child-sized snowmobiles where children can try out snowmobiling for themselves. Complimentary transportation is available for nearly every guided tour.

If doing a tour isn't your style, you can also opt to rent a snowmobile for a half or full day with options for single and double riders. Visitors interested in renting a snowmobile must travel to Frisco for check-in, which is about 9 miles from Breckenridge. From there, the snowmobiles will be transported up to the summit of Vail Pass.


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