We had a good time on the snowmobile tour. The booking experience was kind of annoying since we booked through a different website that did not make it clear that they were not the tour operator. So all the reviews and research we did were for a different tour company.Either way amazing tours was on the ticket and we drove our own way to the base camp. Staff were friendly and helpful getting us geared up. Once we got going in the super jeep it quickly broke down on the F road and it took them almost an hour to get it moving again. I think they need to get newer or bigger off roading vehicles since the other tour company on the same glacier was driving massive buses instead of modified Mercedes vans.After getting moving again we made it to the glacier and had a fun hour snowmobiling. They were tough to handle in the wind and on the ice but they were full speed and we were given a lot of freedom as long as we followed the guide up front. We were a small group (6 people) but we saw a larger group of almost 12 people on the way back that seemed more limited by their group size.We had a short stop on the glacier to take some photos and the guide shared some facts however they were hard to hear. Some headsets for the group would be a nice touch since the guides all have radios to communicate.After the snowmobiling was finished and we board the super jeep we got stuck on the F road again due to the snow. The driver managed to get it moving again but it was another 5 minute delay on top of the hour on the way there. The guide did bring us to the waterfall on the way back which was a nice addition.Overall a cool experience but not as good as the ice cave tour we did earlier in our trip. They had bigger vehicles that didn’t break down or get stuck, more knowledgeable guides, and the tour was cheaper for the same amount of time.