The Timbersled is taking over the backcountry. Tracked Out Adventures offers a unique experience that no one else in Utah offers. Let us show you what this new sport is all about!
Come Ride with Steve Martin!
Where do we start with this guy? He’s done it all — snocross racing, insane backcountry riding, and appeared in Sledneck and Alpine Assassin films. The list goes on! Don’t miss out on this opportunity to ride with Steve in the terrain he calls home. This is a great opportunity to ride with Steve, ask questions, get tips, and have an extremely awesome day in the backcountry.
We will be riding on February 7th and 8th. This is a two-day event.
What to Expect
Enjoy a full day of riding in the Utah backcountry with Steve Martin and Tracked Out Adventure guides. This is not a riding clinic of any sort, but an experience to be able to ride with Steve in the amazing Utah backcountry. The ride will start from the north slope of the Uintas, accessible in the winter from Highway 150 by heading south from Evanston. Lodging with Tracked Out Adventures is available at Bear River Lodge.
- A government-issued ID
- Snowmobile: You are welcome to bring your own snowmobile. Please reach out and let us know what you ride. We want to make sure you are riding something that will keep up with the rest of the group. If you don’t own a snowmobile, we have them for rent. In the checkout process, you can select to rent one of our Gen 4 Ski-Doo 850s. We have both 165 and 154 track lengths available. Included with the snowmobile is a BCA Tunnel bag to store all your stuff.
- Gear: If you don’t own snowmobile gear, we have you covered. We rent Klim snowmobile gear that will keep you warm and dry. Please select that as well in the checkout process. You’ll want to have a helmet, goggles, coat/bibs or one-piece suit, gloves, and snowmobile boots. We recommend bringing an extra pair of goggles and gloves just in case.
- Avalanche Safety Gear: We provide you with any avalanche safety gear you may want. An avalanche transceiver is required to be on every participant. We highly suggest taking a class to learn more about avalanche safety.
- Food and water for the day. We will be on the mountain the entire time. We do have packs available for you to store your items in if you don’t have anything.