Who We Are
Colorado Backcountry Rentals is an unguided snowmobile/ATV rental operation in the Vail Pass Recreation Area based in the town of Red Cliff, eight miles from Minturn. Both Red Cliff and Minturn are just minutes from Beaver Creek, Vail and a short drive from the Summit County area of Colorado. We pride ourselves in providing an excellent and friendly snowmobiling/ATV experience.
At CBR, we can accommodate all types of riding abilities by choosing from trail machines or high performance machines.
All rentals include helmet and gas. Come to our check-in office, conveniently located at the trailhead and just minutes from riding unguided through the backcountry of the Colorado Rockies!
What People Are Saying
"The guys came in and opened up for our afternoon ride. Even though it's in between seasons, the service is top notch. After looking at the choices for atv rental in the area, decided to drive the hour+ from Frisco which was scenic in itself. The views from the trail go from awesome to incredible. Looking forward to our return visit."TdStearns
Just wanna let anyone know if your thinking about getting a guided snowmobile tour in the backcountry... There's a lot of options but there's only one that's the best.. Gotta go to Red Cliff and ask for Smitty.. They're all great people there but trust me you will have an unforgettable time with Smitty... So take the sleds out then go have fish tacos at Mangos. Cant go wrong with a day like that....Kurt W.
"We booked a snowmobile trip with CBR over spring break. Chuck was super nice to my wife and I. My 13 and 8 year old loved it. He even took time to help us with points of interest he would recommend on our way to Durango to see family. They provide the gear you need plus maps etc. Vail pass and shrine pass were absolutely beautiful. They are a great business and loved hearing his story. He took time to meet us at the end of our trip as we didn't see him on our way out. Highlight of our trip and will return for more fun. Bring a backpack with water and food!! We did but trying to help out those who may overlook it. Also may be common sense but follow their instruction on staying on trails and well ridden on meadows and pass areas, (there are plenty). We saw some folks stuck way off the trail. Snow is deep and inexperience will get the best of you. Thanks again Chuck and Mike."Jane D.