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Old 01-03-2013, 03:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My Girlfriend gave me a snowmobiling trip to west yellow stone for Christmas. I have never been out there and am really excited. I was wondering if anyone has been there or lives there and could give me some advice on where to stay or places to go. I have looked a little and see there are some package deals with cabins and sleds included. Any info would be appreciated.
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Old 01-06-2013, 11:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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My Girlfriend gave me a snowmobiling trip to west yellow stone for Christmas. I have never been out there and am really excited. I was wondering if anyone has been there or lives there and could give me some advice on where to stay or places to go. I have looked a little and see there are some package deals with cabins and sleds included. Any info would be appreciated.
I am heading out there in a few weeks and staying at Three Bears Lodge in West Yellowstone. They came highly recommended from some friends that have gone a few times. You can do a whole sled, stay, and guide package with them.
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DANG!! Does ur girlfriend need another boyfriend? That's sweet have fun!

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My Girlfriend gave me a snowmobiling trip to west yellow stone for Christmas. I have never been out there and am really excited. I was wondering if anyone has been there or lives there and could give me some advice on where to stay or places to go. I have looked a little and see there are some package deals with cabins and sleds included. Any info would be appreciated.
You are going to have the ride of your life there. I reccommend going to see two top for sure. Of course the whole yellowstone park which I think was about 125 miles. Ride to Idaho. You really can't lose with any of their packages. It is a very small town. Only thing I would reccommend is that if you are going with someone else I would only use a guide for 2 days. Trails are easy to get around on and find different sites on your own. But, it is really nice for a guide to take you riding in the powder in the mountains!!! They do teach you some amazing stuff. Enjoy!!!
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Just got back and did 450 miles in 4 days. Had a great time riding the trails and the powder. I got more experience in 4 days then I did in the last 3 years of riding sleds. West Yellowstone is an awesome town with great food, beer(tons of micro brews), and people. I rode a 2013 RMK 600 144 track and it was perfect. I would definitely advise to not go longer then 144 track. People were bitching about the bigger tracks the whole time. The trails are so well marked that it makes it really easy to get around. Guides show you all the cool spots so definitely get one for at least one day.
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