WHY CHOOSE DANIELS SUMMIT?
Experience the thrill of snowmobiling at Daniels Summit, where we offer a unique and unforgettable adventure on over 200 miles of connected trails, with 32 miles specially groomed for your enjoyment. Our well-maintained equipment and expert staff prioritize your safety and ensure that you have the best possible experience. Whether you're a seasoned rider or a first-timer, our friendly and knowledgeable team is here to help you explore a winter wonderland of open spaces and deep powder. Book your snowmobiling adventure today and embark on an exciting journey at Daniels Summit in beautiful Utah!
Unique & Unforgettable Experience
Our range of activities and amenities is designed to create an unforgettable experience for every guest. There's something for everyone, from exhilarating snowmobile tours to tranquil hikes through breathtaking landscapes. Immerse yourself in the beauty of nature, indulge in delicious cuisine, and unwind in our cozy accommodations. Discover the magic of Daniels Summit and make memories that will last a lifetime.
Best-in-Class Safety Measures
Your safety is our top priority, and we understand the importance of providing our guests with a secure and worry-free environment. We have implemented stringent safety measures to ensure your peace of mind. Our experienced guides and instructors are certified professionals who prioritize your and your family's well-being. Rest assured, you can enjoy your adventure with confidence, knowing that you are in safe hands.
Affordable Play Packages
We believe that adventure should be accessible to everyone. That's why we offer a range of affordable play packages that cater to different budgets and preferences. Whether you're planning a family getaway, a romantic escape, or a group adventure, our packages are designed to provide exceptional value without compromising on quality. Experience the thrill of the outdoors without breaking the bank.
OUR SNOWMOBILE FLEET
- Polaris 550 Single
- Polaris 550 Double
"When I get out there in the early morning and the sun is trying to break itself over the mountains there’s a feeling that goes over me even after 22 years of doing this. I don’t know where else I would even find that."