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Mountain Snowmobiles

If pure horsepower and climbing ability is what you're after, mountain snowmobiles are the way to go. Mountain snowmobiles sell mostly in areas where the hills are steep and the powder is deep. These machines are lighter and feature longer tracks so they can stay on top of the slow. Long lugs help mountain snowmobiles dig through the deep snow and engines with a focus on high horsepower push rider and machine up impossible looking climbs.
 

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2015 Polaris 800 Switchback Assault 144 Review

A sled for the 50/50 crowd of off and way off-trail riders

If you plan to go backcountry exploring, then Polaris’ 800 RMK Assault is the Pro Ride for you.
 

2015 Polaris 800 RMK Assault 155 Review + Video

Tough in the Rumble

Polaris’ 800 RMK Assault is competition-made and designed for backcounty drops, whips and stupid people tricks, but with its Series 5.1 powder track it is truly deep powder compatible.
 

2015 Yamaha Phazer M-TX Review

Yamaha's budget-friendly 500cc mountain player

Not for the steep and deep, Yamaha’s Phazer M-TX is well suited to teach you the basics of high plains boondocking.
 

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2011 Arctic Cat M8 Lineup Review
2011 Arctic Cat M8 Lineup Review
2014 Ski-Doo XM Summit SP Review
2014 Ski-Doo XM Summit SP Review
2015 Polaris 800 Switchback Assault 144 Review
2015 Polaris 800 Switchback Assault 144 Review
2010 Ski-Doo Summit 600 Review
2010 Ski-Doo Summit 600 Review

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08 Ski-Doo REV-XP
08 Ski-Doo REV-XP
08 Polaris 800 Dragon RMK
08 Polaris 800 Dragon RMK
2012 Polaris 800 Pro-RMK Review
2012 Polaris 800 Pro-RMK Review
2012 Arctic Cat ProClimb M800 Review
2012 Arctic Cat ProClimb M800 Review