Guided Trips in Our

Winter Wonderland

Book Our Most Popular Tour!!! Choose and Book Your 3-hr Guided Tour Below. Tours leave daily at 9am and 1pm

3-Hr Tour for 1 Person/sled

$169 1 person on 1 Sled 3 Hour Tour
  • Guided Tour 1 Person/Sled
  • Learn How to Ride
  • LearnThe Trail System

3 Hour Tour - 2ppl/1 Sled

$199 2 Ppl on 1 Sled - 3 Hour Tour
  • Guided Tour 2 Ppl/1Sled
  • Learn How To Ride
  • Bring A Friend on the Back of your Sled

Other Options - Full Day or 1/2 Day, Private and Semi-Private Guided Options

Guided Snowmobile Trips

Group Trips

We have over 30-sleds in our rental pool, and we can bring groups of up to 4 to 30 people out on oursleds for a Maine Snowmobiling experience. Please call 800-766-7238 for more information.

Snowmobile Specials

1/2 Day Private Trips

Head out with one of Our Guides and tour the area.  We will discuss an good route for travel and can stop along the way as you need, or simply ride and cover as much ground as you like.  call 800-766-7238 to Book

Guided Private Trips

Full Day Private Trips

With 8-hours of snowmobile riding available,  have a great day exploring many of the outer-lying destinations in the region. We could head on a day-trip to Kokadjo, Shin Pond or Bowlin Camps.  Call 800-766-7238

Frequently Asked Questions!

What Time and Where?

The trips leave most days with reservations in advance from our location on Millinocket Lake - follow signs to The River Driver's Restaurant/Twin Pines or The New England Outdoor Center. 8 Miles North West of Millinocket, Exit 244 off I-95.  Follow this Google Maps Link for Directions:

When Should I Get There?

Plan on arriving an hour before your tour - so at 8 am for the 9am tour or at 12 noon for the 1pm tour.  There is paperwork to be filled out, you will need to watch a safety video, if snow conditions warrant it may take you a bit longer than you anticipate to get there, you will want time to put on your gear and be ready to start as close to 9am as possible.

What Gear Do I Need?

Your tour includes your seld rental and a helmet.  Snowmobiling is a cold sport, so you will need specific gear for sledding.  We rent bibs, jackets, gloves, and boots and HIGHLY recommend getting the gear if you do not have gear.  We do not generally recommend skiing gear as it tends to be lighter weight and may smell from gasoline after time out on the sleds.

Booking Process?

Renters have to be over the age of 16 and must hold a drivers license.  Passengers must be age 9 or older.  In order to rent a sled, a $1,000 security deposit hold on a credit card is required.  If the sled is returned in the same condition as when rented, this hold is released from the card.  Holds on Debit cards take longer to release, some banks also will not allow it.  Check with your financial institution.

Our Skills & Expertise on the Trails in the Area

We spend a lot of time in these woods in wintertime.  On staff we have a number of registered Maine Guides that will be with you on your guided trips and they can help take the guesswork out of your day.  A day in the Katahdin Region in Wintertime is exhilarating and breathtaking and you need to be well prepared as it is a wilderness area. Snowmobiles are recreational vehicles and are used in climate conditions that are often extreme... The open air and speed of the snowmobile can be exhilarating, but it also can be dangerous.


Dave Weatherbee

The Man, Thy Myth, The Ledgend. And it's all true.  Our most popular guide and our longest serving employee, we present - drumroll please, Dave Weatherbee.

Glen Horne

Glen Horne

The place that Glen calls home is in the woods of Maine.  Registered Maine guide. Glen is in the woods, spring, summer, winter and fall.

Dave Walsh

Dave Walsh

Dave Walsh is comfortable on the water or on the snow, Dave guides the majority of our tours here at NEOC.  Excellent company and a far cry from his days as an actor in NYC.