Rules & Policies

What is required for the rental?
  • You must be 21 with a valid driver’s license to RENT the equipment. You must be 16 to drive the equipment.
  • You must have a valid credit card for deposit purposes. We do not run the card unless there are damages, and we have discussed these with you.
What is included in the rental?

All rentals include:

  • The selected equipment (Snowmobile or SxS)
  • 4×4 Truck and trailer for transporting the equipment to the trail of your choice
  • Full tank of gas (no need to refuel)
  • Helmets for everyone in the party
What time do I pick up and drop off my rental?

We recommend everyone show up 15-30 minutes prior to your rental time to fill out paperwork, get fitted for a helmet, as well as an instructional tutorial. 

Half-Day Rentals: Morning/AM Rentals 8:00 am – 12:00 pm   OR   Afternoon/PM Rentals 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Full-Day Rentals: 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Where can I ride?

We have several off-road trails within reasonable driving distance. Check out local off-road trails page for descriptions and map locations. Please do not drive on public roads with our machines.

What should I bring?

Please bring layered clothing during the summer and fall as the weather is cooler as you drive towards the tops of trails.

We also recommend:

  • goggles
  • water
  • snacks
  • sunglasses
  • camera/video camera
  • rain jacket
  • toilet paper 😉

During the winter, in addition to the above list, wear winter clothing like you are going skiing or snowboarding, and make sure to bring your own snow goggles.

What auto insurance is required?

Full coverage.

In the event that rented equipment is cracked, bent or broken, you will be charged the full value.

Any damage incurred can be paid for using the CC on file, or we can look at opening up a claim through your full coverage auto insurance.

Is there cell phone service/coverage on the trails?

Yes, but there are several sections of trails that have spotty coverage.

Walkie talkies are great if you are renting multiple units with friends.

What are the trails like?

The trails are beautiful! You will ride through a variety of dirt and rocky trails, forests, and open roads with breathtaking views. During the winter, snow conditions will dictate level of powder or snow-packed trails.

There are not always bathrooms at the trailheads or along the trails, so prepare accordingly.

Trails are pack-in, pack-out, so bring all trash home with you, if any.

Any rules or guidelines while riding?
  • You must stay on marked trails and follow all trail rules at all times.
  • All drivers/operators must be at least 16 years old.
  • All drivers/riders must wear helmets at all times.
  • Unless the ATV/Snowmobile is made for two or more people, only one person may ride an ATV at a time.
What is your refund policy?

Reservation Refunds: Cancellations must be made at least 24 hours prior to the rental date to be eligible for a refund.

What is your weather policy?

The weather in Summit County can change drastically by the hour, from 70 degrees and sunny to 40 degrees and raining in the summer, and unexpected snowstorms in the winter. Make sure you bring appropriate clothing. There will be no refunds due to weather conditions unless the National Forest notifies us that we need to cancel all the reservations because of lightning. Unfortunately, we have no control over the weather.