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Sign.road.NovaDirections to Camp Hale

Only 15 miles from Vail, we’re located along a beautiful, scenic Highway 24.

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To Camp Hale

Top of the Rockies Snowmobile Tours | Snow Coach Tours | Snowmobile Rentals | McAllister’s Restaurant | ATV & Side-by-Side RZR Tours & Rentals | Jeep Tours | Fly Fishing | Paintball | Hiking | Mtn Biking

From Vail, Breckenridge, and Keystone: Get on I-70 and head west From Beaver Creek: Get on I-70 and head east
1. Take the Minturn/Leadville exit 171
2. At the bottom of the ramp turn right onto Highway 24. You will proceed about 15 miles and our driveway will be on the left just past mile marker 159 and marked by Nova Guides signage. Once you turn into the driveway, follow it down and check into the Lodge

From Leadville
1. Head north out of Leadville, follow signs to turn left onto Hwy 24 West and travel 15 miles
2. Our driveway is 9/10ths of a mile past mile marker 160. Our driveway will be on the right hand side with a wooden entry and Nova Guides signage. Once you turn onto the driveway, follow it down and check into the Lodge.

Please do not GPS our physical address as it marks our location several miles to the south.


tigiwon.road.sign.alert2Directions to Tigiwon

Only 5 miles from Vail, through the town of Minturn, CO.

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To Tigiwon

Tigiwon Snowmobile Tours

From Vail, Breckenridge, and Keystone: Get on I-70 and head west From Beaver Creek: Get on I-70 and head east
1. Take the Minturn/Leadville exit 171
2. At the bottom of the ramp turn right onto Highway 24. You will proceed exactly 5 miles and you will see a brown and white sign on the right that says “Tigiwon Road, National Forest Access”. Take a right on Tigiwon Rd. and follow it for a ½ mile. Park on the right side before the trailer.

"Lucas was awesome, very personable while making sure everyone was safe. The snowmobiles were in great condition and were simple to operate. Handle bar and passenger grip warmers really work. The scenery and history of the area is worth your time and money. Take a break from skiing, get away from the crowds, have hot chocolate and cookies half way through your tour, and definitely bring the kids. Sign up for a tour and they pick you up and drop you off were you're staying, even the drivers are friendly and knowledgeable." David