Our Pinzgauer Swiss Army Troop Carrier Is Ready for the Job...

Some of our guests mistakenly dread the thought of having to hike to the top of the mountain to begin their tour and we don’t blame them. Have you seen that thing (as in Wolfe Mountain)? It’s huge. But never fear, the Pinzgauer is here. After you check in, your party will be driven to the top of Wolfe Mountain in our rugged six-wheeled off-road Pinzgauer Swiss Army Troop Carrier. The military grade vehicle was first produced in the 1960s by Steyr-Daimler-Puch and was named after the Austrian breed of horse. It is currently being used by armies throughout the world.

Today, the Pinzgauer is very popular among off road enthusiasts and, of course, our staff and guests. It saves our guides from having to continually walk up the steep slope of the mountain at the beginning of each tour, and even though they would have some pretty impressive calf muscles by the end of the day, we’re not that cruel. Luckily, the rough and tumble ability of our Pinzgauer prevents them from having to do so.

The Pinzgauer is capable of climbing a 45 degree slope, which means it easily scales the mountain side. It seats up to 14 people and can carry a payload of over 2 tons. Our expert drivers have no trouble navigating the narrow, winding path to safely transport our guests to their destination. So stop by to see the distinct looking Pinzgauer, and while you are here, reserve your spot on one of our eco tours. Remember, every tour at Wolfe Creek Preserve begins with a ride to the top of Wolfe Mountain in a Pinzgauer. You’ll have to work out your calf muscles somewhere else.

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