snowmobiling jackson holeSnowmobile tracks appear in the snow in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

Wyoming Snowmobiling

A person riding a snowmobile in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

Full Day

5-6 Hour Trip

Our full-day Jackson Hole snowmobile trips allow riders more time in the powder, more time to explore our base camp, and include a delicious traditional Western meal. We travel over diverse terrain, from wide-open fields to hills and forests, all while taking in the spectacular views of the Gros Ventre Mountains.

With advance notice for preparation, we will get our outdoor sauna hot and ready for your use when we stop for lunch at the historic Craig Cabin at our Jack Creek Camp. After the break, we’ll hop back on the sleds and continue our adventure as we make our way back to Little Jennie Ranch.

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A group of people snowmobiling near Jackson Hole in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

Half Day

3-4 Hour Trip

If you don’t have a lot of time but want a taste of real Wyoming wilderness, this is the adventure for you. Enjoy a ride through a variety of terrain in the timber and in the open.

Our half-day trips are not highly technical so they are suitable for anyone who wants to experience Jackson Hole snowmobiling. This ride includes a short break at the historic Craig Cabin, where you can enjoy a warm beverage and a snack as you wander around our base camp with magnificent views of the Gros Ventre Mountains and a chance to view local wildlife.

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The Full Experience

The Gros Ventre mountain covered in snow in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

The Views

The Gros Ventre wilderness in the Bridger-Teton National Forest is a beauty to behold. The breathtaking views seem endless in the winter, and the secluded area allows for excellent opportunities to view elusive wildlife. Take a snowmobile trip today and be amazed.

A man wearing a fur vest cooking meat on an open grill in the winter.

The Food

Our full-day snowmobile trips include a hearty lunch next to an open fire. Enjoy a hot, home-cooked ranch meal nestled among the snow-covered pines and magnificent mountain views. Half-day rides include a warm beverage and snack.

The camp at the Jack Creek Camp in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.

The Camp

Allow us to show you around our Jack Creek Camp’s quiet, 120-plus-year-old historic Craig Cabin. Our base camp is a paradise amid the pines with fire pits, a lodge room, a sauna, eating spaces, and lots of space to spread out and explore the winter scenery and local wildlife.

The Team

Our experienced and professional guides are experts at teaching people of all skill levels how to snowmobile. Safety is our highest priority, and our team of guides are medically certified, familiar with the area, and will make sure you feel safe at all times while you have a memorable experience. We’ll put your mind at ease while we glide through Bridger-Teton National Forest backcountry. Our trails are not difficult, but they offer enough challenges for all skill levels to enjoy the trip.

All the Gear You Need

People sitting on snowmobiles putting on their winter gear before a ride.

We provide all essential gear

We provide all essential gear — suits, helmets, mittens, and boots — which makes it easy to join a Little Jennie Ranch snowmobile trip. And even if Yellowstone National Park and surrounding lands close due to game migration, our permits allow us to continue operating.

Gear you should plan to bring includes a hat, scarf or neck warmer, sunglasses and/or goggles, sunscreen, and gloves. You should layer your clothing, and don’t forget your camera, but make sure it can travel safely.

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A person in a blue coat standing next to a snowmobile in the Wyoming wilderness.

Snowmobile Trip Policies

* Trips require a 2-driver minimum.
* Drivers must be 16 yrs. and have a valid driver’s license.
* Children 5 yrs.+ may ride with an adult.
* Half-day trips are generally scheduled in the mornings. We try to be flexible if we can, but usually, the weather conditions and temperatures determine trail conditions and when it is best to leave. We run our trips to try to provide the best experience we can.
*The snow conditions and depths can vary extremely in the mountains. The trails we can take and the length of our trips are influenced by the varying conditions. We guarantee that we will always provide beautiful scenery, pristine backcountry trails, and as much riding as the conditions and experience levels of our riders allow.