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Last Chance for Great Snowmobiling in 2017

Even when the smell of spring is in the air, you can still delight in a snowmobiling adventure with the family (some travel required). Snow is out there waiting for you if you are willing to hunt it. If you want to find the best spring snowmobile trips, you need to know the right locations for finding that late-season snow.

If you are looking to squeeze in one more snowmobile excursion in before summer arrives, check out these sweet spots where you can enjoy a spring getaway and some excitement.

  1. Steamboat Springs

While Steamboat Springs is more popular as a skiing destination, snowmobilers will find that this is one of the true spring snowmobiling paradises. The Rockies usually get plenty of spring snow, ensuring that snowmobile riders will have a great chance of tasting tons of fresh powder when they come here for a late-season snowmobiling adventure. One of the coolest parts of snowmobiling in Steamboat Springs is heading through the canyons under the light of a full moon. Definitely time your trip around the full moon when you come here.

  1. Vail

Like Steamboat Springs, Vail is another great area in Colorado for enjoying spring snowmobile fun. They do a great job around Vail of keeping the trails well-groomed at all times. Snowmobile riders will find that it is easy to navigate around Vail while they are exploring the area trails. Fun fact: Colorado boasts over 3000 miles of snowmobile trails, so get ready to explore.

  1. Northern Iceland

If you want to go on the snowmobiling adventure of a lifetime, head to Iceland to discover a land of raw beauty that will utterly amaze you. When you ride your snowmobile out into the frozen northern wastes of Iceland, you will feel like you have entered another world. That is not surprising when you consider that this area was used as the bitterly-cold setting for north of the Wall in the popular “Game of Thrones” TV show. Coming here will be a snowmobiling adventure you will remember for the rest of your life.

  1. Whistler, British Columbia

Anywhere you go in the Canadian Rockies will make for an epic snowmobiling trip, but Whistler is the heart of snowmobile magic in British Columbia. The beauty of the mountains in this part of the world will blow you away. The reason that snowmobile riders flock to Whistler is that the area is famous for its epic trails. Visitors to Whistler quickly discover that the locals do a great job of creating and maintaining some of the best snowmobile routes in the world.

  1. Hokkaido, Japan

Hokkaido is the northernmost island in Japan, and it gets heavy snows every winter. These snows drift up into an epic snowpack that ensures the snowmobile riding stays good here well into the springtime. Nothing beats riding your snowmobile through gorgeous countryside in Japan when you know that you are going to eat like a king when your ride is over. Warming up with some miso soup after a long ride in Hokkaido is a heavenly moment. Check out Junren in Sapporo after a long day of exploring!

  1. Patagonia

If you are a travel fan, a trip to Patagonia must be added to your bucket list. When it is springtime in the Northern Hemisphere, it is fall down in Patagonia. That means that the fresh powder is just starting to fall if you go down in March. When spring hits in the US, come down here to get swept into the start of the season. As you can see, there is no shortage of incredible places to enjoy spring snowmobiling adventures. Get out there before the spring is over to experience the fun for yourself. With so many spots to choose from, you are sure to find the ideal snowmobile trip this spring.

About the author: This guest post contribution was provided by SnoWest Magazine, the premier source for all things snowmobile, from the latest gear and races to reviews on ski-doo snowmobiles, Polaris and Yamaha. Digital and print subscriptions available.



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