All of Your Questions Answered Here!

Is there food and drink storage on the machines?

Most of our ATVs have small storage compartments to house snacks, water bottles and other small items. You may also want to bring a small backpack with you for any personal items such as food, drink, additional clothing and a camera.

ATVFAQ.jpgWhere do we ride?

After you finish the check in process at our office, you will simply walk out of the office and jump onto your ATV or RZR. All of our machines are conveniently located at the Red Cliff Vail Pass Recreation Trail access point. We will supply you with a detailed map that illustrates the beginner, intermediate and advanced trails.

We supply googles, helmets, and all equipment for atv rentals What is the appropriate clothing?

While ATVing, you must wear a helmet (provided with Vail ATV rental), but we also suggest bringing your own googles or glasses to protect your eyes. you will also want to be prepared for all kinds of different weather by bringing multiple layers to change in/out of. Gloves, boots, pants and earplugs will also help make your ATV trip more pleasant.

What if we need some assistance on the trails?

We are very concerned for the safety of our customers and will go over a trail map at our office to recommend that safest trails for your riding ability. Our wranglers will give you their personal cell phone numbers so if there is an emergency you can call them directly. Additionally, our office is also available by cell phone and our professional wranglers will be there to assist you on the trail. Because cell phone signals can be intermittent on Vail Pass, we advise you to check your cell service often. During your orientation, we will point out on the map the cell phone signal hot spots.

White River National Forest Vail ATV rentalsWill we be able get a cell phone signal in the National Forest?

Yes. Most of the area has strong reception, however there are some intermittent spots so we encourage you to stop and check your signal every so often. If an emergency arises, you will want to make sure and go to the most recent place you had signal and make the call. During your orientation we will show you the signal hot spots in and around Vail Pass.

Do you have a cancellation policy?

Yes. You have up until 48 hours prior to your reservation time to receive 100% back on your reservation.

How long will a tank of gas last me on the ATVs/RZRs?

Our ATVs and RZRs will travel approximately 100 miles on one tank of gas.

What People Are Saying

Our Group of 5 rented snowmobiles for 3 hours and had an amazing time! I lived for 2 years in the Vail Valley years ago and never saw views like the ones I saw on these 3 hours. Absolutely breathtaking! The bikes were easy to drive, very well kept, high quality machines. The trails were extremely easy to follow, and being allowed to get off the trail in certain areas to play was a blast! I will definitely do this again when we return for another vacation.

yvonneking

"Best views at the top of machine gun ridge! You guys are great! Thanks for such a memorable experience!"

Elizabeth P.

"We had the best time! Hands down the best part of our trip! Schmitty was awesome and showed us all the most incredible spots and took our pictures in front of them! And Mikey was a great driver and told us the history and stories of the places we passed on the way to and from where we were staying! We all enjoyed this so much and cannot say enough good things about the entire experience!"

Joe

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.

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