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CLINIC FAQ

A: 8:30AM - 9:00AM, please don't show up at 8AM as our staff needs to get everything ready for the day. 
A: We prefer to have max 8 riders per clinic, accompanied by 4 instructors. This allows for a 2:1 ratio of rider per instructor.
A: 213 Grey's River Road, Alpine WY 83128
A: Best riding areas out west in the Grey's River Ranger District.
A: We are fully licenced, insured, and Forest Service permitted to hold our clinics on public lands. 
A: Minors must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Requests will be evaluated on a case by case basis.
A: The clinics are designed to make you a more effective rider snow or shine. Weather is another element of this sport that riders need to be prepared for. Snow is a big part of the experience! However, your safety is our number one priority and instructors will evaluate the weather conditions and precautions may be taken to insure the safety of the group.
Q: Do you offer private clinics?
A: We do offer private group clinics with a minimal number of 6 riders per clinic. Please CLICK HERE to submit a request with a few date options and we will see if we can accommodate your group. 

SNOWMOBILE FAQ

A: We have a fleet of 2017 Polaris AXYS rental sleds available for you. You can reserve one during the clinic registration process.
A: You are welcome to bring your own sled to ride during the clinic. We want you to learn and improve your skills on a sled you are comfortable riding.
Q: Where do I get fuel?
A: There is a fuel station located just down the road from our shop at Alpine Market. You can get fuel on the way to our shop there.
Q: Where can I get a snowmobile permit?
A: There are a few locations in town of Alpine to purchase snowmobile permits. You can also buy permits online prior to you visit
Q: Can I park my trailer at your shop?
A: You are welcome to park your trailer next to our shop for the duration of the clinic. 
Q: What elevation do we ride in? 
A: We will be riding between 6,000-9,000ft. if you are riding your own sled, please contact your local dealer to make sure your clutching is set for the elevation.

RIDING GEAR FAQ

A: Yes. Please bring your own lunch and snacks. Optional this year are Boxed Lunches, these are available for purchase at the Flying Saddle Resort inquirer at the front desk. We will have bottled water available at the shop. If you prefer to ride with a hydrator please fill it prior to getting to the shop.
Q: Can I rent AVY Gear from you?
A: We do rent AVY Gear to use during and outside of our clinics. If you are attending the clinic you can reserve your AVY gear during the registration process. Click here if you just looking to rent AVY Gear.
A: Click here to see our what to pack list.
Q: What protective gear should I bring?
A: Click here to see our what to pack list.

TRAVEL FAQ

Q: What is the closest airport?
A: There are two airports available for you to fly into. Idaho Falls Regional Airport (IDA) is about 1 hour and 30min from Alpine & the Jackson Hole Airport (JAC) is about 1 hour from Alpine.
Q: Is lodging provided?
A: You are responsible for your own lodging. Flying Saddle Resort is located conveniently a few min from the shop and offers discounted rates to our clinic participants. Click here for more lodging options.   
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