When the snow starts to fall, this place becomes snowmobile country. Winter adventures don’t get much better than snowmobiling, and Togwotee Pass into Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park is one of the best places in the world to zip up your snowsuit and climb aboard one of these whirring beasts.
For those looking for some of the most picturesque mountain views, the Teton Range does not disappoint. In fact, it stuns. The size and scale of these mountains, covered in snow and ice, is a view that paralyzes all but the most cynical of eyeballs. And to see the range through ski goggles, blazing through the over 600 miles of trails that are available in the region, is a magical experience you’ll be talking about at every fireplace gathering until the end of time.
For the adventurous, there is endless off-trail riding, which brings you closer than ever to the mountain. Togwotee pass receives over 600 inches of powder annually, so if you’re looking for the ultimate of extreme sports, in one of the most legendary places on earth, look no further. The Togwotee Mountain Lodge offers advanced guided backcountry tours, where you and a guide will go head first (well, hopefully not actually head first) into the deepest powder in the region on off-trail performance sleds that pack a mean punch, and can take you farther than you can imagine.