Snow Zipping/Snowmobile Combo




2014/15 SEASON



2 Women Standing Zip5 HOUR THRILL SEEKERS COMBO:  Snowmobiling, Snow Catting, plus lunch & Zip Lining.


See the Rocky Mountains from areas never before accessible to the public. Our spectacular 2500 acre private property rests on the splendid slopes of Mt. Arkansas, an almost “Fourteener” at 13,795 feet. Experience two hours of guided Snowmobiling with White Mountain Snowmobile Tours, then enjoy a delicious box lunch served in our cozy high mountain yurt with spectacular views of Mt. Elbert and Mt. Massive, two of the highest mountains in the U. S. Guests will receive gloves, helmet and other equipment, then enjoy a short zip on a practice line before departing from the first take-off deck at 11,200’. Trained and certified zip line guides will accompany participants on the tour. The course has five separate zip lining sections, each with entirely different elements of speed, height and terrain, with cables up to 850 feet, some more than 300 feet off the ground. All zips have double lines for safety. On 4 sections of the course, guests can fly side by side on TWIN LINES with magical views of the snowy alpine tundra just under the lip of the great Continental Divide. Transportation from Base Camp to the first zip line area on steep scenic winding mountain trails is by snow cat, 6-1/2 ton Monster Truck, or Polaris Rangers, depending on snow conditions. Participants must be able to walk short distances on downhill trails between the zip line areas. All parts of this outstanding tour are guided by experienced snowmobile and zip lining professionals.

Zip Lining in Colorado

Free transportation can be arranged from area hotels and condos. Helmets are mandatory and provided. Complimentary coveralls and boots are available if needed, but personal warm winter apparel is appropriate and recommended. Guests must bring goggles or sunglasses as these are not provided.

Performance/Zip Line Combo Rate:
Single Rider on a Polaris 550 RMK, Performance Snowmobile Tour plus lunch and zip line: $240.00

Family Prospector/Zip Line Combo Rate:
Driver and Adult Passenger on a Prospector Snowmobile Tour plus lunch and zip line: $410.00

Driver w/Child Passenger 7 – 12 on a Prospector Snowmobile Tour plus lunch and zip line: $375.00

Tour Time: 9:00 a.m. (Check in 8:30 a.m.)

Pick-up time for Summit County, Including Breckenridge & Keystone: 7:45 a.m.

Pick-up for Copper Mountain: 8:15 a.m.

*Gratuities for Snowmobile Guides, Zip Line Guides and Van Drivers are customary and appreciated.



 Relax and enjoy the views in cozy comfort as our powerful Snow Coach climbs almost 1,000 vertical feet to the first zip line departure deck.  Look for possible wildlife as the driver points out areas of interest and gives commentary about the history of the area.  (We reserve the right to use an optional shuttle if trail conditions are not appropriate for the snow cat.   Our 6-1/2 ton military truck with 6 wheel drive, Polaris Rangers, and passenger vans provide safe and scenic transportation up the steep trails.)  Our zip line guides are certified on the course and will accompany guests as they fly from area to area on lines from 400 to 850 feet, some with cables 300 feet off the ground.   All five separate zip line sections have DOUBLE CABLES FOR SAFETY and distinctly different terrain.  Guests can soar side by side on TWIN LINES on four sections over dense pine forests, deep canyons and remote alpine meadows at ‘the top of the world’.  Our Zip Line is registered with the State of Colorado and was built and inspected according to the highest standards.  Weight and age restrictions apply.  Hot chocolate is provided.   Free transportation is available from local hotels and condos.   Helmets are mandatory and provided.  Complimentary coveralls and boots are available if needed, but personal warm winter apparel is appropriate and recommended.  Guests must bring goggles or sunglasses as eye protection is not provided.

Rates: Adults: $125.00, Children: $100.00

Minimum weight 55 pounds, Maximum weight 260 pounds.

Does not include customary guide & van driver gratuities.

Tour Times: 9:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m.

P/U Times in Summit County Including Breckenridge & Keystone: 7:45 a.m., 10:45 a.m. and 1:45 p.m.

P/U Times in Copper Mountain: 8:15 a.m., 11:15 a.m., 2:15 p.m.

Guests driving to our Base Camp for Check-in must arrive 30 minutes prior to tour time.


More information:

*Snowmobiling from White Mountain Tours includes top of the line Polaris 550 RMKs and Grand Touring snowmobiles.

*Complimentary insulated coveralls and boots are available, but wearing personal ski apparel is perfectly acceptable and recommended. Helmets are mandatory and provided free of charge. Ski helmets are acceptable for zip lining but not for snowmobiling. Bring warm gloves, goggles or sunglasses for eye protection as we do not provide these items.

*Pregnant women and children under four years old cannot participate in snowmobiling.

*Children 4, 5, and 6 are complimentary passengers with an adult driver. No more than 2 persons may ride on a snowmobile.

*A 15 year old with valid learners permit may drive a snowmobile, but no one under the age of 18 can carry a passenger.

*Pregnant women and children under seven may not zip line. Maximum weight for zip line is 260 pounds, minimum weight is 55 pounds.

*Top of the Rockies Zip Line is licensed by the State of Colorado and inspected to the highest standards in the industry. Zip Line guides are trained and certified in all aspects of zip line operation.

*Complimentary transportation can be provided from local hotels and condos. Ask about pickup at private homes for large groups.

Reservations are recommended for all tours. A credit card number is required to hold the space but payment is not required until check-in at tour time. We have a 24 hour non-refundable cancellation policy. Changes to reservations (except additions) must be made at least 24 hours prior to tour or a charge of $10.00 per person will be made. At check-in, guests must present a valid credit card to be used in the event of damage.

All tours go snow or shine.

Safety and customer service are our first priority. All guides are certified in first aid, CPR, Avalanche Training plus other medical and wilderness credentials.

* All tour participants must complete and sign a standard liability waiver.