Moran, WYO — Togwotee Mountain Lodge, rated a top snowmobile destination by readers of SnoWest Magazine, is now open for snowmobiling. With a second year of La Niña expected to bring above-average snow and excellent conditions, Togwotee Mountain Lodge is offering a No Snow No Go Guarantee—promising guests a refund if inadequate snowfall prevents riders from getting to the best areas.*
“Last year, La Niña brought more than 55 feet of snowfall to our backyard, five feet above average,” Paula Beck, director of sales and marketing for Togwotee Mountain Lodge, said. “Togwotee Mountain Lodge is geared up for another great year of mountain snowmobiling which will only be made better by La Niña. We’re so confident in this year’s pristine conditions that we will refund or reschedule trips up to seven days before arrival if conditions are not met.”
Togwotee Mountain Lodge is located in the Bridger-Teton National Forest, home to 2.5 million acres of backcountry and the 600-mile Continental Divide Snowmobile Trail System. It is open for snowmobiling from December to late March. Most Togwotee Mountain Lodge guests enjoy this outdoor playground by purchasing the Classic Winter Package with all-inclusive lodging, dining, social hour, snowmobile guide and airport transportation (shuttle included with 3 plus night stays.) Visitors can book their snowmobile adventure by calling (866) 292-6720.
La Niña, a weather phenomena caused by cooler ocean temperatures around the equator, is expected to bring cooler temperatures and more moisture to the area, resulting in above-average snowfall and peak snowmobiling conditions longer than in years past.
*Conditions can be found at http://www.togwoteelodge.com/policies.aspx.