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Snowmobile Tours Alaska, Iditarod Trail

Simply the best Backcountry Snowmobile Adventure Tour on the Iditarod Trail in Alaska!

For guided snowmobile tours in Alaska, or the Iditarod Trail, join us at Backcountry Warriors LLC for an Alaskan snowmobile tour or winter vacation of a lifetime! All of our Iditarod Weekend packages are all inclusive (See our Iditarod page). You and your party will ride with Backcountry Warriors LLC right from our lodge on groomed trails up the Deshka River, Yentna River or up the Big Susitna River (“Big Su”), along the Iditarod trail and so much more! Snowmobile tours with Backcountry Warriors LLC will be an adventure of a lifetime! Very limited availability, reservations required, contact us now to reserve your seat!  907.495.0840


Backcountry Warriors LLC offers morning and afternoon snowmobile tours and always includes lunch. Bring your cameras for the many photo ops on the beautiful scenic local trails. Packages below.

RESERVATIONS – Reservations are required. Check in Time for tours is 9:30 AM and12:30 PM. Reservations are made over the phone by calling 907.495.0840. You can also use our Contact Us page.

AGE REQUIREMENTS – Participants must be 16 years of age to drive their own snowmobile. Children ages 6-10 years ride double with an adult. Cost is $125 per child rider with a full price adult.

DOUBLE RIDERS – There is a 300 LB combined weight limit for each snowmobile. Don’t be intimidated if you’re a beginner. Driving your own machine is easier than you think. The learning curve is very fast, and most of the people on our tours are first time riders. Children between 6-10 years of age ride double with an adult. Cost is $125 per child rider with a full price adult.

WHAT TO WEAR – Dress in warm layers and bring whatever winter outer wear you have. Whatever you don’t have we can provide at no additional cost such as boots, snowsuits, gloves, neck-warmers, helmets, goggles, etc. We will suit up at our lodge and ride right from the back door. Before we leave we will check to be sure you have everything you need for a warm and comfortable trip!

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS – Most people who go on our tours have never been on a snowmobile before. Many folks have never seen the snow before. You do not have to be an experienced rider. However, there is some degree of strength, coordination, and agility required to navigate your snowmobile, also our weight limit is 300 pounds per machine. If you have any medical or physical conditions, please let us know when you make your reservation.

Up to 2.5 hours of ride time for half day and 5 hours for full day rides

Lunch is included for both morning rides and afternoon rides

Rides are weather/trail conditions permitting
Trail Guide
Winter outerwear (snow-suite) and gear (helmet, goggles, boots), if needed
Safety Information and Snowmobile Orientation
Free parking for your vehicle at the BnB
All fuel for snowmobile
Signed application, release and waiver from each rider

Gratuity to your guide, “Like your ride, tip your guide
Alcoholic beverages
Transportation to/from Anchorage (additional fee required)

PLEASE NOTE – Clients are financially responsible for physical damage they may cause to the snowmobile due to careless or negligent operation. ALL tours are minimum of two people and a maximum of 4 people. For exclusive tours, you must purchase max seats.

1/2 Day Tour
 with Lunch – $325 per person, minimum 2 people

Full Day Tour with lunch– $599 per person, minimum 2 people

If the weather prevents your trip from happening, all efforts from Backcountry Warriors LLC will be made to accommodate a date change. Backcountry Warriors LLC Guides determines weather cancellations.

We are located on Crystal Lake in Willow, Alaska. Exactly 4 miles from the Parks Highway on a maintained road. Getting here is easy when you follow our directions. Due to remote location, some mobile map apps send folks on a VERY scenic drive. When your reservation is made we will give you easy to follow and exact directions. We are located about 1.5 hours from Ted Stevens International Airport in Anchorage.