The luxury ranch resort partnered with MoonBikes to bring innovative and zero-emission snowbikes for guests to use in exploring the unspoiled private national park, allowing for sustainable and guilt-free winter adventures.
“When I came across MoonBikes in my research, I knew immediately that it was a match made in heaven for Paws Up,” General Manager of the Wilderness Outpost Will Smith said in a press release.
Paws Up and MoonBikes, Smith said, share the same values of sustainability, luxury, and adventure. Furthermore, he said Paws Up is the ideal location for guests to experience MoonBikes.
“I know our guests will love them as much as I do.”
Beginning in the middle of next month, guests 16 and older can enjoy a guided activity riding their all-black, battery-operated MoonBikes to explore the property’s 60 square miles of forested winter paradise. This is in addition to over 50 on-site activities currently offered by the glamping resort.
According to the press release, the world’s first electric snowbikes are just right for the wilderness surrounding the premier ranch resort nestled on 37,000 acres in western Montana. This allows adventure seekers to have a great time without disrupting the magnificent snowscape.
For MoonBikes Founder and CEO Nicolas Muron, creating the emission-free alternative to a traditional snowmobile but with the torque and power of an electric vehicle was done to bring another means of having fun in the winter and embracing the outdoors.
“…I wanted the snowbikes to appeal to mountain lovers as the ultimate fun adventure experience while on the trail—solo with nature or with friends and family,” Muron said.
Ultra-lightweight and smaller in size (one-third of a traditional snowmobile), MoonkBikes each features a sleek front ski and rear track, providing users the freedom of an e-bike with the power of a motorcycle.
As the colder season approaches, all on-property guests can book MoonBike excursions during the winter months. More information is available at www.pawsup.com.
Featured image from MoonBikes.