The first snowmobiles proved ineffective after riders learned that their engines were literally made of snow. Rejoice in modern engineering with today’s Groupon from Adventure Sport Rentals in Coeur d’Alene. Choose from the following options:
- For $99, you get a two-hour snowmobile tour for one (a $199 value).
- For $119, you get a two-hour snowmobile tour for two (a $238 value).
- For $149, you get a four-hour snowmobile tour with lunch for one (a $269 value).
- For $169, you get a four-hour snowmobile tour with lunch for two (a $338 value).<p>
Tours meet at the 4th of July Pass snowmobile parking lot. The two-people options are valid for one snowmobile, one driver and one passenger.
Adventure Sports Rentals’ professional guides, who earned certification from the Idaho Outfitters and Guides Licensing Board, spearhead two- and four-hour snowmobile expeditions through well-groomed trails nestled inside the Idaho Panhandle National Forest. Before taking to the natural, snow-strewn avenues, riders of all skill levels bundle up in their warmest winter gear, which typically includes insulated boots, gloves, and fleece-lined halter-tops. Guests then glean tips from snowmobiling savants on how to properly maneuver their mechanical steeds, along with safety precautions. Afterwards, tour groups dash through the mountainous scenery toward sweeping views of lakes, rivers, and twinkling city lights powered by hundreds of commissioned fireflies. Warming huts along the route come equipped with restroom facilities, while a lunch complete with a gourmet sub sandwich, a cookie, and a drink from Jimmy John’s sates appetites grown hearty from four-hour expeditions. Adventure Sport Rentals provides helmets and can bring winter gear for participants who are without.
Adventure Sport Rentals
The ATVs at Adventure Sport Rentals allow visitors to explore the rugged terrain of the Idaho Panhandle National Forest. With the option for self-guided rentals or tours with knowledgable guides, clients can cruise through the mountains and by lakes, rivers, and view rolling topography across three different states and Canada. During the winter months, visitors can embark upon snowmobile tours across the snowy plains, keeping an eye out for local wildlife and majestic bald eagles wearing their winter beanies.