Current Yellowstone National Park
In the past few years, the National Park Service has implemented many new rules regulating winter park use. Now, all snowmobiles entering Yellowstone National Park are required to be accompanied by a Professional Guide employed by an authorized Licensed Concessionaire. Additionally, all snowmobiles entering Yellowstone Park must meet new stringent guidelines drastically reducing emissions and noise set by the National Park Service. These new regulations allow for continued access to Yellowstone Park while protecting Park resources and values.
2014-2015 Snowmobile Yellowstone Rates and Information
Interpretive Guided Tours of
Yellowstone National Park
Two Top Snowmobile Rental, Inc. is a Licensed Concessionaire for Yellowstone Park. No winter vacation to West Yellowstone would be complete without spending one or two days in Yellowstone Park. Two Top Snowmobile Rental, Inc. offers daily professionally guided tours to Old Faithful Geyser Basin or the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. Our experienced, friendly and knowledgeable guide staff will cater to your needs, showing you the best places to view elk, bison, eagles, coyotes, and wolves, while enjoying geysers, mud pots, waterfalls, and canyons. Learn about the history, geology, geothermal activity, and folklore. Park tours depart from our shop between 8:00 AM and 9:00 AM, returning to our shop by 5:00 PM. A maximum of ten snowmobiles are allowed in each tour. Private tours are available. Call for private tour rates, available departure times and reservations (800) 522-7802.
* The Ski Doo 4-Strokes are required for all park tours and are included in the pricing below.
Two Top Snowmobile Rental offers a variety of new Ski Doo 4-strokes snowmobiles (required in Yellowstone) that are proven to be the cleanest and quietest snowmobiles ever produced, helping to protect Yellowstone’s pristine natural environment. Features include: electric start, reverse, mirrors and designed for single or double riding.
- Single rider - $209.00
- Double rider - $219.00
Yellowstone Park fees and taxes not included.
Clothing Rental: Our high quality outerwear package includes: one piece insulated jump suit by Cabela's and SnoRider, HJC helmet with full face visor, Polar Tech face mask, mittens, and the best (warmest) boots for rent in town (the Sorrel Caribou). Full clothing package is $18.00 per day, or you may rent each item
à la carte
for $6.00 per item per day.
Interpretive Guided Snowmobile Tours in the Gallatin or Targhee National Forest: Not required, available upon request. Call for pricing (800) 522-7802.
Collision Agreement: $12.00 per day per snowmobile with a $300.00 deductible when on park tour, a $500.00 deductible on the Skidoo MXZ Sport and GT Sport, an $800.00 deductible, on the Arctic Cat TZ1, Skidoo GSX LE, 600 RMK, and 800 RMK.
Overnight Rentals: Available if the snowmobiles are rented for consecutive days. All sleds must be returned to our shop by 5:00 PM on the last day of the rental.
Theft insurance is the responsibility of the renter.
Old Faithful Geyser Basin Tour
The Old Faithful Tour is a must see for people that have not experienced Yellowstone in the winter season. This full day guided tour passes through the beautiful Madison Canyon, stopping frequently to view the abundant wildlife and unforgettable scenery. Madison Junction, your halfway point to Old Faithful Geyser Basin, is at the confluence of the Gibbon and Firehole rivers. At the Madison Junction warming hut you can use the inside heated restrooms and purchase a light snack or a hot cup of coffee. Continuing on to Old Faithful your tour will travel to Fountain Paint Pots and Midway Geyser Basin, stopping for short walks in these very interesting geyser basins. A few miles later you arrive at your destination, Old Faithful. You will be able to watch this spectacular geyser in action. Old Faithful, Yellowstone's most famous geyser is truly a geothermal wonder. Lunch can be purchased at the new Snowlodge followed by free time to enjoy other points of interest at Old Faithful Geyser Basin. On the return trip you will visit Firehole Falls and have numerous opportunities to view wildlife and take scenic photographs. Round trip tour is 65 miles.
Yellowstone Park Grand Canyon Tour
The Grand Canyon tour follows the same trail though the Madison Canyon to Madison Junction as the Old Faithful tour also stopping at the heated facilities for a short break. You will continuing north though the Gibbon Canyon stopping to view Gibbon Falls draped in ice. There are numerous chances to photograph wildlife and see bison up close. The tour continues to the Grand Canyon warming hut where lunch can be purchased from vending machines, we suggest you bring your own or purchase one from the local deli. The Grand Canyon and the upper and lower Yellowstone Falls are extremely beautiful in the winter and can be viewed from Artists Point and the Grand Canyon loop road. On your return trip you will have time to walk around the ever changing Norris Geyser Basin. This geyser basin is the largest and the hottest basin in Yellowstone Park. Steamboat Geyser (the world's largest geyser) and many other unique thermal features are located in the Norris Geyser basin. Your guide will provide information throughout the day about the thermal activity, the history and geology of the Yellowstone area. Round trip tour is 90 miles.
Private Snowmobile Tour of Yellowstone National Park
A private snowmobile tour of Yellowstone National Park can be arranged, providing intimacy and destination flexibility. You may choose your private tour to start as early as 7:30am or as late as noon - but must return no later than 5:00pm. Private tours may have as little as one snowmobile or up to ten snowmobiles per guide with destinations and itineraries decided as the day unfolds or with a pre-determined route based on your parties interests and needs. Call for private tour rates.
Guided Tours of the Surrounding Area
Our guided tours outside on the Gallatin National Forest and surrounding areas offer you the opportunity to have a professional licensed guide tour you through the woods and mountains we call home. You will have an opportunity to ask questions and see areas you might not otherwise visit. Our guides have years of experience and will be able to provide historical and geologic information along the way. CALL FOR RATES (800) 522-7802.
Your hosts, Jamie and David McCray, look forward to giving you and your guests the best service and rental equipment available in West Yellowstone.