Fri, Feb 19|
TAG Snowmobile Adventure
SOLD OUT Adventure through Copper Country over Michigan’s largest mountains all the way to the very tip of Michigan! We will be teaching the TAG Snowmobiling Merit Badge while adventuring from historic Houghton-Hancock to High Rock Bay and experiencing all of the best of the Keweenaw Peninsula.
Time & Location
Feb 19, 2021, 6:00 PM – Feb 22, 2021, 10:00 AM
Houghton, Houghton, MI 49931, USA
About the Event
Adventure Details: Location: Houghton, Michigan
Date: February 19-21
Booking Fee Options
(includes lodging and course materials only) $315 King-size master Suite w private bath (Available 1) $285 King bedroom (Available 1) $250 Queen bed (Available 1) $215 Twin bed (Available 3) $200 Pullout sofa-bed (Available 4) Welcome Dinner at the Lodge
Itinerary: Friday, February 19th - 6:00 p.m. Meet in Houghton at our lodge for dinner and orientation Saturday, February 20th - 7:00 a.m. Snowmobile training and guided adventure Sunday, February 21st - Non-guided on/off-trail ride (Optional) Monday February 22nd - 10:00 a.m. Check out
Requirements: Valid Drivers Licence In good physical health Read and sign a "Hold Harmless" agreement Follow all trail rules and regulations See Michigan Snowmobile Regulations
Equipment Options: Bring your own snowmobile Snowmobile Rental *If you intend to rent, it is your responsibility to check with us and or a rental agency to reserve your machine
Recommended Gear List: Snowmobile Helmet with heated shield (Rental Available, Must Reserve in Advance) Snowmobile jacket (Limited Rental Available, Must Reserve in Advance) Snowmobile bibs or snowmobile suit Snowmobile gloves Snowmobile appropriate boots (Snowboard boots or well insulated and supported boots) Base layer shirt and pants Mid-layer shirt and pants Quality cold weather socks Balaclava or face mask (Recommend Klim brand)
*All participants must provide or rent their own snowmobile (and/or) snowmobile riding and safety gear.
You need proper apparel. Make sure you dress in layers to be prepared for changing weather conditions which can vary greatly from when you start your trip to when you return. Wind chill factors experienced along with your moving snowmobile must also be managed to prevent potential effects from frostbite and hypothermia. Most importantly, always avoid cotton materials in all your clothing layers since cotton can get wet and freeze and does not wick moisture away from your body, drastically reducing your comfort and safety.