Togwotee Mountain Lodge, Premier Snowmobile Destination, Offers ‘No Snow, No Show’ Guarantee
December 21, 2009 at 08:00 AM EST
Togwotee Mountain Lodge, an ARAMARK Parks and Destinations property, which has earned its reputation as the world’s premier snowmobile destination, is pledging a “no snow, no show” guarantee. For the first time, guests can cancel their winter reservations, at no cost, within 72 hours of their trip in the event of poor snow conditions at the resort.
Snowmobilers and vacationers who book now can also receive a 25 percent discount off their room and sled through the Friends of Togwotee special, available through Feb. 11, 2010. The discount is available on all room types, and both guided and unguided snowmobile rentals qualify.
Togwotee Mountain Lodge, a mountain resort nestled high above Jackson Hole, WY in the mountains of the Bridger-Teton National Forest near Yellowstone National Park, accumulates hundreds of inches of fresh powder each year. The snow season starts in mid-December and snowmobilers have the best chance of avoiding crowds and experiencing fresh snow on the trails through January. The lodge refreshes its fleet annually and has added 30 new powder sleds from Arctic Cat and Polaris, available to rent at some of the lowest prices ever offered.
“Togwotee offers the best snowmobiling in North America, and guests will have the time of their lives exploring acres of deep powder snow and miles of trails with the beautiful backdrop of Yellowstone National Park and the Grand Tetons,” said Jeff Golightly, ARAMARK district manager, Togwotee Mountain Lodge.
For more information or to book the package please call 866-292-6720 or visit www.togwoteelodge.com.
About Togwotee Mountain Lodge
Nestled at an 8,600-foot-elevation high above Jackson Hole in the mountains of the Bridger-Teton National Forest, Togwotee Mountain Lodge (www.togwoteelodge.com) is known as the world’s premier snowmobile resort in the winter. Two-and-a-half million acres of National Forest provide a variety of terrain for western deep powder snowmobiling. During the summertime, the lodge offers horseback riding, fishing, hiking, whitewater rafting and bike tours. “Togwotee” stands “lance thrower” or “exactly there,” and was named by a Shoshone Indian Guide who scouted the area for Captain Jones. Togwotee Mountain Lodge is open from late May to early October, and again from early December to early April.