Board the Durango Narrow Gauge train at 10 a.m. and ride it to the Cascade Canyon wilderness. After lunch, deboard at the Rockwood Wye where Ice Pirates shuttles you to their outpost for a 2-hour snowmobile tour. Guests receive an “Ice Pirates Booty Bag” and transportation back to the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Depot.Print Itinerary
All participants must wear helmet and eye protection. Drivers must be 18 years of age or older to drive, 25 years of age with minors passengers must be able to simultaneously grasp the handholds, firmly plant feet on the floor, with back fully against the seat back rest. Specific state regulations may supercede guidelines, please confirm with the local outfitter.
WHAT TO BRING
Ski and Snowboard clothing or winter weather clothing. Sturdy shoes, gloves, eye protection and warm layers.
With affordability and variety in mind, your best bet is to fly into the Denver International Airport. The preferred airline here is Delta.
Drive down to Durango through the mountains. You’ll want to choose a rental with AWD/4WD as some passes have restrictions.
WHERE TO STAY
Unique to Durango, Colorado, the Strater Hotel is a historic hotel built in 1887. With its prominent downtown location, you’ll have access to many Durango restaurants and attractions.
Where should you eat? Try these grub spots recommended by the locals.
Breakfast – Oscar’s Cafe
Lunch – Ken & Sue’s
Dinner – Ore House
OTHER SUGGESTED ACTIVITIES
Looking for more to do? Here are some more activities to enjoy on your Spring Break vacation:
SAFETY & SUSTAINABILITY
Polaris Adventures focuses on the safety of every rider, from vehicle overviews & training before every ride to a modern check out process, our outfitters are there to make sure you have a safe, memorable, adventure.View our commitment to safety