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#1 DooRider127

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Posted 24 January 2020 - 12:00 PM

Anyone know of a good place to rent mountain sleds near Dillon Co/Keystone/Breck/Vail/Copper Mtn?  Experienced riders from Michigan looking to do some legit mountain riding again.  

 

We did this a few years back but had 600 carb summits so preferably looking for something with some more power.  I can't find anything on google so I'm looking for some recommendations.  

 

Will most likely be 4-5 riders so we won't be able to pick them up and trailer them to a different location.

 

Any help is greatly appreciated!



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Posted 26 January 2020 - 05:14 PM

My brother lives there and has a Store in town, Outsider, check it out while there.

 

http://www.breckenri...owmobiling.com/


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Posted 27 January 2020 - 02:22 PM

My brother lives there and has a Store in town, Outsider, check it out while there.

 

http://www.breckenri...owmobiling.com/

Do you know what kind of sleds he has and what his policy is for off trail riding?



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Posted 27 January 2020 - 05:40 PM

I see that site says Polaris 550 RMK. http://www.breckenri...-adventure.html

 

I'm looking into something similar, sage outdoors, and they only had 600cc summits and wouldn't let you bring your own sled either.



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Posted 28 January 2020 - 11:22 AM

I see that site says Polaris 550 RMK. http://www.breckenri...-adventure.html

 

I'm looking into something similar, sage outdoors, and they only had 600cc summits and wouldn't let you bring your own sled either.

The 600 summit wasn't terrible but would have been a lot more fun with some more power.  I saw one place that rented alpha 1 arctic cats but you had to drive two hours outside of the city to pick them up and then trailer to another location to ride.  We won't have the time to do that so hopefully we can find something else soon



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Posted 07 February 2020 - 10:55 AM

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Posted 12 February 2020 - 06:44 PM

Nova Guides has 600 Summits. They have a guided tour but it sounds catered to newer riders so I just opted to rent on my own. I just did this on Monday. I couldn’t find any extreme riding for experienced riders. The scenery was nice and you can find powder on your own but just be sure you can get yourself out. They charge a lot to come get you. The snow was deep on Monday. This is not like W Yellowstone or Togwotee but I was in the area so I did it anyway. I’m glad I did as I have never ridden out west but I would not do it again. I also contacted the other places you found but it just didn’t sound like what I was looking for. (I also did not want to rent a truck and trailer and tow them somewhere).




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