Iditarod All-Day TourIf you’ve ever dreamt of speeding through a snow-covered landscape, or retracing the famous Iditarod sled dog trail, but thought a wintertime backcountry Alaska adventure was out of reach or only for experienced snowmobile riders, then you don’t want to miss out on a winter snowmobile tour with Alaska Wild Guides, LLC.

We offer visitors both multi-day and single day snowmobile tours during the winter season from Dec 1 to April 20. Plus, we can tailor our tours to your skill level which means any of our snowmobile adventures are perfect for experienced and beginning riders alike.

In Alaska, we call snowmobiles, snow machines, and they can take you to places in the remote backcountry that no car can reach. When you go on one of our winter adventures, you’ll get the opportunity to see glaciers up close, visit ice caves, and see wildlife like lynx, moose, rock ptarmigan, and perhaps even wolves.

You’ll truly experience the trip of a lifetime that’s different from most group tours. We keep our tours small, usually just six people, with a max of twelve riders and a minimum of two. Keeping things to an intimate group is what allows us to create an experience that’s customized and tailored to your comfort level.

Whether you have just a day or want to spend a week or two exploring everything winter in Alaska has to offer, we have a backcountry snowmobile adventure that’s right for you.

Offering a variety of guided Alaska snowmobile tours

Small group adventures guided by experienced guides from Alaska. Be it a day trip or a week long adventure into the backcountry, Alaska Wild Guides aims to make it a trip of a lifetime. On trail lunch provided.
 Full riding gear available. No experience necessary. Bring your camera and a smile because this is all about having fun!

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Winter Backcountry Snowmobile Trips

Alaskan Explorer Multi-Day Tour

What to Expect: Starting at Lake Louis Lodge we ride a winding wooded trail north into the Alaska Range, staying at the Maclaren River Lodge, where we enjoy good food, comfortable beds, showers, and a bar to enjoy drinks after

Iditarod Multi-Day Tour

What to Expect: Tour the Iditarod trail and surrounding areas this winter, including Denali, and Rainy Pass in the mighty Alaska Range. Snowmobile out of Willow 70 miles to the remote Talvista Lodge on Day 1, then choose from these

Iditarod All-Day Tour

What to Expect: Come ride the Susitna and Yentna Rivers and follow along the historic Iditarod sled dog trail. We’ll stop for lunch at the Yentna Station Roadhouse where we warm up and fill our bellies before returning to the

Glacier Day Tours

What to expect: Your guided winter snowmobile tour begins meeting your guides, getting your boots and suits, and transporting to the trailhead. After a brief riding instruction we begin our tour, traveling through pristine wild Alaskan lands. During your trip

There’s no substitute for really being there, and there’s nothing like winter in Alaska. Imagine yourself in a wilderness blanketed in ice and snow that few will ever see. The landscape is so cold, quiet, and serene; it’s almost like stepping back in time. Book your tour today!