Leavenworth Snowmobiling: Snowmobile Rentals & Tours

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One of the best ways to enjoy the central Washington winter wonderland is by partaking in Leavenworth Washington snowmobiling. You’ll have the chance to see magnificent views, enjoy fresh powder, and explore a lot of nature in a short amount of time.

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Providers These companies can get you there

CJ Rentals

Snowmobile rentals and delivery in Leavenworth.

Full Throttle Recreation Club - snowmobile rentals

Enjoy off road vehicles year round with a huge selection of rental jet skis, ski boats, ATVs, SxSs, dirt bikes, snowmobiles, snowbikes, kayaks, and travel trailers.

Leavenworth Snowmobile Rentals

Offering great running machines, expert advice, and personal guides that will make your snowmobiling adventure the best it can be in Leavenworth.

Leavenworth Snowmobile Tours

Based out of Mountain Springs Lodge, Leavenworth Snowmobile Tours offers winter snowmobile rentals and guided tours.

MotorToys - Powersports rentals in Cle Elum

Located an hour from Leavenworth, MotorToys offers ATV, Side x Sides, Scooters and Snowmobile rentals and tours.

Mountain Springs Lodge

A lodge that offers snow mobile tours, horseback rides and sleigh rides so your family can do it all in one central place.

Where can I go snowmobiling?

Located close to Fish Lake about 16 miles west of Leavenworth you’ll get fabulous views of the Cascade Mountain Range and the lower valleys on these Leavenworth snowmobiling trails. 

  • Distance: 30 miles 
  • Elevation: 3,814 feet 
  • Trail Type: Loop or out & back 
  • Trailhead: Take Highway 2 to Highway 207, continue north for 4.4 miles. Turn right on Chiwawa Loop Road and go 1.2 miles to Chiwawa River Road. Continue 1.5 miles then turn left to reach the Sno-Park

French Corral/Entiat Ridge Loop
You’ll have views of the Enchantments, Lake Wenatchee, Fish Lake, and the Entiat Valley on this Leavenworth snowmobiling trail. 

  • Distance: 23 miles 
  • Elevation: 3,300 feet 
  • Trail Type: Loop 
  • Trailhead: Mad River Sno-Park. From Highway 97A turn onto the Entiat River Road and travel approximately 10 miles to Ardenvoir. At Ardenvoir travel up the Mad River Road about two miles to the Mad River Sno-Park. Parking is limited to a maximum of 30 vehicles.