Best GPSes for Snowmobiling: Track Your Adventures
These are the toughest, most reliable, and most feature-loaded GPS devices for snowmobiling
An easy-to-operate, dedicated snowmobile GPS with a long list of features offered at a reasonable price.
Sports a customizable, high-res, and backlit display that can be used in the dark.
Shows data such as speed and engine temperature in addition to the standard information. Fits Polaris Scrambler (all years).
Mounting hardware could have been better. Other than that, there are no specific cons to the device.
A rough and tough handheld unit from Garmin, the reputed GPS device manufacturer.
It has a barometric altimeter and an electronic compass, in addition to all the features of the eTRex 10. Ability to add a lot of maps. The base map is a shaded relief map that shows the terrain around you.
The user manual is not very helpful in getting to know the device. Slow user interface.
An inexpensive device from Garmin with basic features that will prevent you from getting lost out there.
Has a massive 25 hours of battery life on 2 AA batteries, so you don’t have to worry about charging.
Stores up to 10,000 waypoints and 200 saved tracks. Supports GPS as well as GLONASS satellites for faster positioning.
It does not have the ability to add maps. The user interface is clunky and non-intuitive.