updated 2/17/2010 9:14:07 AM ET 2010-02-17T14:14:07

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Travel by: March 27

The deal
Immerse yourself in Wyoming’s serene backcountry this winter with Togwotee Mountain Lodge’s exclusive snowmobile package for ShermansTravel.com readers. Priced at $1,003 for a lodge room, and $1,153 for a private cabin, this enticing deal includes three nights’ accommodations, two full days of exhilarating snowmobile expeditions, as well as use of lodge’s gear (helmets, snow suits, boots, etc.).

The first jaunt will be a 90-mile round-trip guided tour of Yellowstone National Park and includes a brief stop at Old Faithful. Although the shortest of Togwotee’s Yellowstone tours, this trip is still spectacular (and the most popular) — you’ll see wildlife up-close, as well as a portion of the park’s signature attractions, including, the caldera, Lewis Lake, and Lewis Canyon. Transportation from the lodge to Yellowstone’s South Gate is included in this deal, and lunch (deli-style sandwiches with chips) will be provided.

Note: Yellowstone National Park closes on March 15 for snowmobile tours. If you’re booking after March 15, you’ll go on the Gros Ventre Wildlife Tour instead — where you will be provided with plenty of opportunities to see wolves, elk, bighorn sheep, moose, and other indigenous species.

Your other snowmobile trip will take place in the Bridger-Teton National Forest — Togwotee Mountain Lodge’s backyard. With 2.5 million acres of untouched wilderness, and 600 miles of snowy, well-groomed trails at your fingertips, it’s no surprise that this area of Wyoming has consistently ranked among the top destinations for snowmobilers in North America. Whether you’re a novice or a skilled speed demon, you’re destined to find the best powdery terrain that suits your snowmobiling ability. Lunch at the lodge will also be included.

Just be sure to book your adrenaline-junkie getaway soon — this too-good-to-be-true offer expires on March 28. National park secrets

The dollars
Prices are based on double occupancy and availability. Taxes and fees are additional. A $250 deposit is required at time of booking. If you’d like snowmobile insurance, you’ll have to pay a non-refundable $20.

Cancellations: If you cancel outside of 14 days from the reserved arrival date, 95 percent of your deposit will be refunded. Any cancellation or portions of a confirmed reservation, which is canceled within 14 days, will forfeit the deposit.

The catch
If you’ve never been snowmobiling before, it may take an hour or two until you’re really comfortable operating the sled.

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