My girlfriend and I went here and had a great time. We went for an 11am tour and lucked out with great weather...sunny no clouds and no wind. This added to a great experience. Making the reservations was very easy and their responses to questions were quick and detailed. Tiffany is who we communicated with and she was great. She is also who we dealt with when we arrived at the facility...again very helpful, friendly, and efficient. Jeff helped us with the forms etc and he has a great sense of humor. Devin was our guide and he was terrific. We were shown a short video on the do's and dont's of using a snowmobile. Devin then explained everything very thoroughly and made it clear that everyone is there to have a good time and ride at their own pace. He was aware that peoples skill level would vary so he stressed that nobody should feel any pressure to ride out of their comfort level. Safety is the highest priority which is nice to see. He stopped along the ride several times to ensure that everyone was doing okay and was comfortable. We went along a variety of trails from passing through woods, going along a dam/lake, to more open areas. We took a stop about the halfway point to stretch the legs and take some photos. Devin is more than happy to take pictures of you as well. The scenery was beautiful so it was a great great time. The equipment was in very good shape and is comfortable to ride on. Dress for cold weather but know that the hand grips and throttle are heated so your hands will stay warm with a pair of gloves only. The helmet is a full face helmet so your head, face, and chin are covered. The face shield can be raised or lowered to allow some air in if you want. It takes about 3 hours so it's doesn't consume your day but is a great time and a great way to see the area. If you want to try snowmobiling or go snowmobiling, (if you've done it before), go here and have a great time.
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