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Stay Safe Out There

  • Travel responsibly on designated roads and trails or in permitted areas.
  • Travel only in areas open to snowmobiling.
  • Avoid trails with inadequate snow cover.
  • When climbing a hill, approach the summit with caution.
  • Do not ride off cornices.
  • Avoid riding on frozen waterways when possible.
  • When approaching a corner, reduce your speed to avoid sliding.
  • Lean into turns with your upper body to enhance the sled’s maneuverability.
  • Cross roadways at a 90-degree angle.
  • Pump your brake when going downhill to avoid locking the brakes.
  • Be aware of unmarked hazards or obstacles hidden beneath the snow.
  • Travel at reasonable speeds.
  • When riding at night, use extra caution. Wear reflective clothing and reduce your speed.
  • Do not accommodate extra riders over the delineated limit.
  • Comply with signs and barriers.
  • Buddy up with two or three riders as riding solo can leave you vulnerable if you have an accident or breakdown.
  • Avoid riding in potential avalanche areas. Use terrain to your advantage, avoiding steep slopes, cornices, and gullies or depressions; periodically check for clues to an unstable snowpack. Remember, one rider at a time on slopes.

For more in-depth information about snowmobiling, download the Tread Lightly! Guide To Responsible Snowmobiling.


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