This Is Why You Need to Go Idaho Snowmobiling This Winter

As autumn comes to a close, Central Idaho becomes a winter wonderland. Winter sports enthusiasts fall in love with the snowy landscape year after year. During your stay at Triangle C Cabins, seek some thrills when you enjoy an Idaho snowmobiling excursion. Then, come back and warm up in your cozy cabin! Don’t forget to access our complimentary Adventure Guide to learn about all the other winter activities in our area.

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Idaho Snowmobiling Rentals

You are more than welcome to hitch your own snowmobiles to the trailer and bring them to Triangle C Cabins, or you can rent so you don’t go through that hassle! There are multiple places to rent in Stanley that will make your day of riding convenient.

Williams Motor Sports

Williams Motor Sports has been in the snowmobile rental business for more than 30 years, making them one of the most trustworthy options. They have a large fleet of Polaris RMKs just waiting to be ridden! When you rent a snowmobile from this company, you’ll have the option to rent for a half day or full day. Rates start at $129 for a half day and $149 for a full day. Helmets are provided, and you can also rent the proper clothing to stay warm while you ride!

Sawtooth Traxx, LLC

Sawtooth Traxx, LLC has everything you need for a day out in the snow. Choose between a Polaris RMK 550 Single Person, Polaris Touring 550 Double Person, or a 2018 Polaris Indy 550. Each are great for recreational trail riding and can be rented for a full or half day. If you don’t have gear, don’t worry. Helmets are provided, and you can rent bibs and jackets to stay protected against the elements.

Smiley Creek Lodge

Smiley Creek Lodge has it all! They offer both guided and self-guided trips. Snowmobiles can be rented by the hour, half day, or full day so you have the freedom to choose when you ride. If you’re thinking of getting a rental for more than one day or have never been snowmobiling here before, we recommend starting with a guided tour to get the lay of the land. Then, you can go back for a hot meal at the lodge!

Where to Go Snowmobiling in Idaho

Kelly Creek

In the summer, the trails around Kelly Creek are excellent for hiking and fly fishing. In the winter, they’re perfect for Idaho snowmobiling! Groomed snowmobile trails follow along the creek with excellent opportunities to explore the wide open spaces. There is also the option to take the quick and easy Kelly Creek Loop if you’re on a time crunch.

Stanley to Redfish Lake

If you’re getting your snowmobile rental in Stanley, this trail is the way to go. The trail from Stanley to Redfish Lake is 9 miles of serene beauty. The groomed track is an easy ride, and you can offroad a little to explore the surrounding areas. When you reach the lake, take a moment to relax and enjoy the view before hopping back on your vehicle.

Stanley to Smiley Creek

Stanley to Smiley Creek goes right to the Smiley Creek Lodge. On this ride, you’ll be surrounded by gorgeous views of the Sawtooth and White Cloud Mountain Ranges. With more than 40 peaks of 10,000 feet and higher on these mountains, the ride is breathtaking! After trekking through the snow, stop for a warm lunch at Smiley Creek Lodge before heading to your next adventure.

Book Your Winter Adventure Today

cabin bedroomIt’s time to start planning your winter getaway! After your Idaho snowmobiling adventure, you’ll love coming back to your cozy cabin at Triangle C Cabins. Warm up with a coffee or hot chocolate as you reminisce about the day, then get a good night’s sleep for tomorrow’s thrills! Browse our accommodations, then book your stay to experience our winter wonderland.

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