Friuli - Snowmobile: Snow power - great winter fun!

Winter adventures in the snow with enjoyment and relaxation! 

Ploughing through the snow on a snowmobile is a unique experience! Join us on this

great tour and try something new. First we will introduce you to the equipment. Snowmobiles have very forgiving riding characteristics and can be controlled easily.

In areas with a long and hard winter, snowmobiles are often the only means of transport for the local people. No matter whether ice or snow, this vehicle will take you even to the remotest areas.

But the snowmobile is so much more! In Nordic countries there are racing circuits with spectacular tracks and motocross-like races. Also, snowmobiles are great to explore the beautiful winter landscape and plough through the snow just for fun. Even deep snow is no issue! We explore magic landscapes, cross over passes and follow old army roads until darkness. This landscape almost makes you feel like in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. We enjoy rewarding days full of riding fun and nature in its most beautiful form. By the way, this region is the only one in the Alps where such snowmobile tours are allowed!

Furthermore, we enjoy gourmet specialities from the region. In the evenings we relax at the beautiful hotel and e.g. in the sauna.

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Partner tour
Tour information
17.01. - 20.01.2021
24.01. - 27.01.2021
31.01. - 03.02.2021

4 days

Suitable for beginners and recreational riders. However, physical fitness is beneficial.

EUR 875,- for driver
EUR 440,- for passenger
EUR   90,- single room surcharge

Optional extension for another day at leisure (e.g. for skiing):
EUR 75,- in double room
EUR 93,- in single room


  • 3 nights in a double room in the hotel "Haus Michaela"
  • On 1 1/2 days guided snowmobile tour with tour guide
  • Fuel
  • Welcome cocktail, Glühwein brake
  • 5 course menu in the Moonshine Hut (1 evening)
  • Breakfast and dinner

Not included: 
Meals/snacks during the day, drinks

Meeting point and departure:
Sappada (situated in the Friuli region in the Northern Italian Alps approx. 350 km from Munich) 

Tour guide:
Paolo Kratter