Thank you for your booking

We look forward to having you join us on our guided tour. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to your tour start to allow time for registration and for fitting helmets and outer clothing, if necessary.

ALL riders (except children) are required to wear a full helmet (not ski-helmet) which we provide. Children only are permitted to ride with their ski-helmet instead of a full helmet. They CANNOT ride without a helmet. Other items you can borrow from us include overalls, shoes and gloves (minimum size Adult Small).

For you who are booked as drivers on our guided tours, we remind you that it is YOUR responsibility to ensure you have with you adequate proof of license in order to drive a snowmobile. Failure to provide this forfeits your option to drive the snowmobile, however we retain the right to debit the full amount. Swedish license holders must have either a Class B or AM drivers license, or a Snowmobile License. If you are an overseas license holder, please refer to our website (XX link to bookmark XX) for more details to ensure you meet the Swedish legal requirements. (XX If you are unsure, please be sure to contact us prior to your tour date XX) Please also note that as a driver you are fully responsible for your snowmobile under the tour/hire period. In the event of an incident your insurance liability excess is up to 15,000SEK.

We look forward to seeing you at your tour start base, either Stöten or Hundfjället, which is noted on your confirmation. 
Be sure to contact us on +46 280 200 80 or with any inquiries or disparities.

Best regards,

The Team

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What equipment do you have available to borrow

We have overalls, boots, gloves and helmets for those who wish to borrow. The smallest size helmet we have is adult-small. Adults must use a proper helmet (not ski helmets), however it is permitted for children to use their ski helmet.

Who can drive on a guided snowmobile tour
In order to be able to drive a snowmobile in a guided group, you are required to have a Class A, B or AM (moped class 1) Drivers License, a Tractor License, or a Snowmobile License. The requirements are different if you wish to HIRE a snowmobile. Please ref FAQ link Who can hire a snowmobile?
Riding on a sled

For smaller children who can’t sit behind and hold on to an adult on a snowmobile, we have a sled which can be towed behind either the snowmobile you hire if you are riding privately, or that of the guide if you are on a tour. Please contact us for more information.

Do you cancel in bad weather?

We have snowmobile trails in protected terrain and on private tracks, so we are able to easily customize routes which are safe and suited to the prevailing weather.

Snowmobiles and alcohol

Snowmobiles and alcohol do not go together. It is an offence punishable by law to drive a snowmobile under the influence of alcohol or drugs.  The same rules apply as for driving a vehicle. We have the right to refuse any person we suspect to be under the influence.

Children and snowmobiles

Heading out into nature on a snowmobile engages children in a wonderful experience. If a child wishes to ride on the back of a snowmobile, they must be big enough to hold on to either the snowmobile’s handrails or around the waist of the driver.  A child may NOT sit in front of the driver. A snowmobile is registered for strictly 2 persons only – to have more is absolutely forbidden.  We have sleds for hire which allow both children and adults to safely enjoy the same experience.

Many tours are offered at a per scooter price, so with 2 seats per scooter, take a friend to share the cost and double your fun! 

Map to Stöten

Map to Hundfjället