Himalaya’s Winter Experience Center Is A Backcountry Driver’s Dream

Mar 17, 2020

Category: Living

HIMALAYA has made a name for itself within the world of aftermarket tuning and customization with its bespoke Defender builds, offering interested parties the opportunity to acquire the off-road-ready Land Rover of their dreams. Now, the company is looking to expand that experience even further, branching into alternative areas of backcountry customization, and utilization, with its very own Winter Experience Center.

Located in Alpine, Wyoming — one of the world’s foremost backcountry exploration areas — HIMALAYA’s newly-revealed Experience Center is slated to reform our outlook on what a guided tour should be. The company has enlisted the help of Troy Johnson, an expert off-roader and backcountry guide who’s been customizing formidable vehicles for over twenty-five years, to create a fleet of heavy-duty snowmobiles, allowing individual riders to tackle the area’s beautiful, snow-covered terrain. Like HIMALAYA’s lineup of bespoke Defenders, the company hopes to take the same performance-oriented approach to create a once-in-a-lifetime experience for participants, gifting the winter-ready vehicles with re-engineered suspension systems and various other tweaks. Head to the company’s website to learn more about the HIMALAYA Winter Experience Center, book your own snowmobile tour for $180+.

Purchase: $180+

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