No, you do need to become a paid club member to attend any of our events, or take part in our social media communities. Thou, there are benefits to becoming a paid club member.
Our club is part of the Wyoming State Snowmobile Association (WYSSA). For every membership we receive, we donate to Wyoming State Snowmobile Association. WYSSA advocates on a state and federal level to keep our ORV winter and summer trails and public lands accessible. Your membership goes a long way to keep our beautiful state open for our future childern. Thank you for your support
Our Base Camp is located in Star Valley, Wyoming, which is 50 minutes from Jackson Hole, WY Airport. 3 hours from Salt Lake City, Utah airport. And 1.5 hours from Idaho Falls, Idaho Airport. Most of our winter and summer events occur in the Bridger Teton National Forest, WY & Caribou National Forest, ID Wyoming MCCoy Trail Head.
Our Montana basecamp is located in Bozeman, MT only a few minutes from
Yellowstone, Big Sky, Lolo Pass, Helena/Lincoln , Kings Hill, Pipestone, and Boulder, Montana.
If you would like to host an event, let us know . (link)
Yes, all participants must sign this waiver if they plan to join our year around events, even the guys. To find the current waiver, check the events tab
Gear is expensive. Here are our recommendations.
Our Facebook Private Group Page. Go Head and ask borrow or try out boots, gloves, helmet, radio, transceiver, avalanche shovel and probe, etc. or Contact the club , prior to arriving so we can be sure to have it for you when you get here(https://www.facebook.com/groups/revitupgirlsclub).
EWT International , Full custom monosuit ~ 400$ , tell them Janice Enos , Rev It Up Girls Vice President, sent you (www.ewtsportline.com)
Adventure Rental in Alpine, Wyoming rents gear, snowmobiles and sled trailers. (https://jhadventure.com/)
Lincoln County Custom in. Alpine, Wyoming rents gear, snowmobiles , snowbikes and turbos (https://lccwyoming.com/#rental)
Avalanche Gear rentals: https://www.nextlevelclinics.com/rentals
Well maintained, functioning, mountain snowmobile / snowbike
Snowmobile or snowbike has a full tank of fuel
Snowmbile oil is topped off
Beacon (aka transceiver)
Avalanche shovel / probe
Radio (channel 11.18 and 6.18)
Gloves (+ an extra pair)
Wyoming, we recommend Deer Lodge Retreat
-- Thayne, Wyoming
-- Contact https://revitupgirls.com/business-members RIUG specials
Wyoming Box Y Overnight or 5 Day Retreat.
-- January over night at Box Y Ride Club Ride
-- February 5 Day Retreat : https://www.kodiakmountainresort.com/
All other Wyoming Club Event stay at Deer Lodge Retreat ; RIUG specials
Montana Club events
See Club Event : https://revitupgirls.com/all-riup-events
Idaho : Permits can only be ordered online . You can buy permits prior to your trip. If permits do not arrive before you leave, print your permit receipt to your phone.
Montana: Permits can bought at dealership. You can buy permits prior to you trip.
If you are renting, you do not need to get a snowmobile permit.
We will be riding between 6,000-9,000ft. If you are riding your own sled, contact your local dealer to make sure your clutching is set for the our elevation.
Idaho Grooming Reports
RED>7 days / Un groomed
Wyoming Grooming Reports
Pale Blue< 24h
Light Blue< 48h
Dark Blue< 96h
Montana Grooming Reports
Our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/GirlsOnlySnowmobile4seasonsRidinClub
Free Avalanche and Survival 2 Day
Rev It Up Girls Club (Women Only )
Rev It Up Girls Montana Chapter
Rev It Up Girls Instagram
We recommend reading our local avalanche report daily, if you intend to ride in our area:
Wyoming : Star Valley aka" Southwest trail" : http://www.jhavalanche.org/viewOther?area=grey
Subscribe : http://www.jhavalanche.org/subscribe.php
We are also part, https://avalanche.org/ mobile app. Three ways to download
- Download onX Off-Road (Paid )
- APPLE Download - AVI.ORG (Free)
- GOOGLEPLAY - AVI.ORG ) (Free)
These mobile apps have a comprehensive report of all the Avalanche Centers in WY, ID, WY, CA, MT, CO, etc.
We host a FREE avalanche awareness and survival once a year in December along with 801 Mountain Riders and Alpine EMS. We teach avalanche terrain awareness, mountain medical, how to build fires & shelters, tips on wearing and using your gear correctly, practice single and multi beacon searches, digging, probing, communicating, team work, leadership and more.
Furthermore, we do recommend getting certificated by a professional, if you intend to become an avid backcountry sledder or snow-biker.
Mike Duffy at www.avalanche1.com has both avalanche awareness and /or motorized avalanche course in MT, ID, WY, CO, MN, MI, WI, IL, ND, SD, IA, OH, and more...
December 31st and January 1 & 2 Mike Duffy, teaches a 1 day motorized search & a certified 2 day motorized Avalanche1 here in our Valley, meet up is at Grey's River Trail Head, in Alpine, WY.
We highly recommend taking his 1 day motorized search course. For more information, contact Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org. Tell him Rev It Up Girls sent you.