Scenic Snowmobile Adventures

In Bend, Oregon

Choose Your Snowmobile Tour

Each Snowmobile tour is custom-curated to each group’s riding ability, snow conditions, and weather.
Our guides know the Caldera like the back of their hand and ensure you have a world-class experience.

Limited Availability. Reservations Required.

2-Hour Snowmobile Tour

The 2-hour Snowmobile Tour is perfect to get out and see most of the scenic locations within the Newberry National Monument. 

Single    $190
Double  $260


4-Hour Snowmobile Tour

The 4-hour Snowmobile Tour stops at the historic Paulina Lake Lodge (Friday, Saturday, & Sunday, or they will open for large groups (8+ people) on closed days for Food and beverages (price not included). 

Single    $280
Double  $400


2-Hour Sunset Tour

Golden hour is beyond dreamy in the Newberry National Monument. Come enjoy our magical sunset tours with magnificent mountain sunset views!

Single    $220
Double  $320


Large Group Or Corporate Events

Snowmobile tours are great activities for family reunions, wedding parties, corporate events, and team building. Our standard tour group size is 6 snowmobiles plus a guide. If your group size is larger than that please contact us and we can coordinate custom snowmobile tours with up to 30 snowmobiles.

About Your Snowmobile Tour

Here’s How it Works

Meet at The Trailhead

Reservation Required.

Octane Adventures operates on-site out of the authentic Mongolian Ger across from Ten Mile Snow Park. You may diagonal park in front of our Yurt or there is parking available at the snow park across the street from our location. ALL VEHICLES PARKED AT THE SNOW PARK ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE A SNOW PARK PERMIT.

You should plan to arrive at the Ten Mile Snow Park 45-60 MINUTES PRIOR TO YOUR TOUR DEPARTURE TIME, in order to sign waivers, inspect the equipment, get your helmet fitted, and receive a riders safety orientation.   Always assume the road up to the sno-park may be snowy or slick. Please allow yourself plenty of time to make the drive up the mountain.


Operating The Snowmobile

All of our Snowmobiles are Brand New and are fully loaded with the latest technology and rider comforts available.

Our guides will cover the operation of the snowmobile extensively before your tour departure.

Drivers must be 21 to operate a snowmobile and 25 to operate with a passenger. Passengers must be taller than 45″ and able to hold the rear handles and have their feet planted on the running boards.

The combined weight limit on a 2-person snowmobile is 400 lbs.


Snowmobile Tour FAQ

What Do I Need To Bring

  • ALL DRIVERS MUST CARRY A VALID DRIVER’S LICENSE WHILE ON THE TRAILS. The Forest Service patrols the trails just like the highways.
When and Where Do We Meet

Meet us at our yurt at 10-mile Sno Park. Arrive 45-60 minutes before your tour time.

What Age Restrictions Are There?

21 Years or Older to drive
25 Years or Older to drive with a passenger
Must be 45″ Tall to be a passenger

What Do I Need to Wear

CLOTHING:  You must dress for a day in the snow, just as if you were going skiing, snowboarding, etc. Wear winter, base layers, a water-resistant/waterproof coat or jacket, pants/bib and snow boots, and thick, waterproof winter gloves.  We will have balaclavas and gloves available for sale on-site if you need them. Balaclavas are $15 and gloves are $45.

WE PROVIDE HELMET & GOGGLES:   We provide helmets and goggles for all tours; however, you may bring your own helmet and goggles if you prefer them. If you have your own helmet, it is required to be DOT certified.  You cannot wear a ski or bike helmet while snowmobiling.

Tour Guide Gratuity

An 18% gratuity will be automatically applied to your reservation for: 

  • Groups of 6 or more machines
  • All 4-hour tours
  • Tours on Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day and holiday breaks/seasons.

Otherwise, gratuity is not included in the price of the tour. 

Reservations and Cancellations

Snowmobile Tours are conducted regardless of weather conditions, except in extreme circumstances. If Octane Adventures has to cancel for any reason, you will receive a full refund. Do not be late for your reservation or your booking may be forfeited.

  • You can make any changes or cancellations up to 48 hours before your tour date and you will receive a full refund minus a non-refundable 10% fee.
  • If you make any changes or cancellations within 48 hours, you can reschedule, take an in-store credit or 50% of the trip payment will be forfeited.
  • We do not offer refunds for cancellations within 24 hours of your tour.


    • No refunds are given for No-Shows. Cancellations after 5pm the day prior to the tour or cancellations the day of the tour are considered a No-Show.

    Credit Card Damage Deposits

    For Snowmobiles, we do not hold a damage deposit before your tour. However, if you damage a machine you are subject to the damage waiver limits that you selected. We will automatically charge the card on file for repairs or the damage waiver deductible.  Before departure and upon return, you will inspect the machines just like you would a car rental.  You will be responsible for any and all damages to the machines while they are in your care.  Other charges may also include late fees, recovery fees, and revenue lost from existing bookings, which are impacted due to a machine being down for repairs.

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