Good Morning Aspen and the Rocky Mountains. Today is the last day of 2016 and the final sunrise of the year! We just sent out a snowmobile tour of guest photographers on an exquisite sunrise adventure and we are looking forward to sharing their images with you soon! The Maroon Bells are beautiful any day of the year, but there is something even more magical about being the only photographers at the base of the majestic Maroon Bells and for miles around. With summer visitation soaring, the only way to experience this winter solitude is by hiking, cross-country skiing, or snowmobiling with T-Lazy-7 Snowmobiles. Our early morning Maroon Bells sunrise tours are available upon request and depend on availability.
Roudolf and his fellow reindeer are still Santa’s preferred mode of transportation, but in a pinch and for fun Santa loves a good Snowmobile ride! Santa Claus visited T-Lazy-7 Snowmobiles the day after Christmas for super fun ride through the Rocky Mountain high country. We were honored he wanted to treat himself to a snowmobile ride on his day off, and we are hoping he will be back next year too!
The road to the Maroon Bells is now closed to cars and open to T-Lazy-7 Snowmobile guests, hikers, and cross-country skiers. We just started packing the road with snowmobiles today to prep for our snowcat grooming, which we will begin after our next big snowstorm. Regardless, we are in business and ready to explore this beautiful country with guests from around the world.
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T-Lazy-7 Snowmobile’s Holiday Schedule is here! We are open 7-days a week during the Holidays for snowmobile tours, from December 15th through January 9th. Maroon Bells and Klondike Lunch Tours will be offered everyday of the week: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday!
Our Independence Pass Lunch Tour sold out every tour last year, so book early if you’re hoping to get out and enjoy this remote valley in the winter! Our tour starts at the road closure sign just 4 miles East of Aspen. From there we get everyone suited up and give them a brief safety introduction before hitting the trails. We pass by frozen crystal blue waterfalls and wind miles of narrow trails to the snow covered ghost town of Independence Pass. After you are full of scenic eye candy, we stop at the Lost Man Cabin for a hot lunch of our famous grass-fed, ranch-raised beef burgers, grilled right on site. These tours are available on Wednesday and Saturdays only! Private trips can be arranged as well!