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  1. Should snowmobiling be allowed in national parks? The government has decided that, with new restrictions, snowmobiling can continue at national parks. ... An article from: New York Times Upfront
  2. Winter racing preview.(Hillclimbs/Hillcross: RACING NEWS * SCHEDULE * STATS): An article from: Snow Week
  3. Are box stockers in ovals' future?(OVALS/ENDURO: RACING NEWS * SCHEDULE * STATS)(International Snowmobile Racing ): An article from: Snow Week by Colby Johnson, 2005-11-21
  4. News on Hibbert, Kuster, points Champs and more.(DIALED IN): An article from: Snow Week by Vince Castellanos, 2005-11-21

61. National Park Service Puts The Brakes On Escalating
and NPS regulations establish high environmental management standards that mustbe satisfied before recreational activities such as snowmobiling are to be

62. American Council Of Snowmobile Associations - Across The Country
the restrictions, rules and regulations that can possibly be implementedthink again.If you think you have seen all of the closed to snowmobiling signs and

Course Content includes History of snowmobiling; environmental impacts and concerns; regulations,trail signs, alcohol, and registration; Courtesy and ethics.
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Snowmobile Safety Education
Snowmobiling provides great opportunities for family recreation during the winter months in Wisconsin. Many people will be operating a snowmobile for the first time and along with that, new skills must be learned and new attitudes developed. The purpose of snowmobile safety training is to expose new users to basic snowmobile safety, responsibilities, ethics, laws and mechanical functions.
Course Information
  • Classroom Instruction
    The snowmobile safety course consists of a six-eight hours of basic instruction in the principles of snowmobile safety. The course is comprised of six hours of classroom study and an optional two hours of hands-on snowmobile operation or optional snowmobile ride simulation. CD -ROM Instruction
    For those who are not able to locate a snowmobile safety course in their area, the Department has created a snowmobile safety course that is available on CD-ROM. The CD course covers everything taught in the classroom and is totally self-contained, all the way down to the final exam and certification at the end. For further information or to request a copy of the Wisconsin Snowmobile Safety Certification CD-ROM, please email your name and address to

64. Snowmobiling In Yellowstone
can show through the new process that reasonable and regulated snowmobiling canand entrance on any given day. Additionally, the regulations would require
"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has." - Margaret Mead
Yellowstone Snomobiling
Snowmobile Ban Is On Again Off Again Time Line of Snowmobile Ban In May 1997 , the Fund For Animals sued Yellowstone National Park for failing to comply with the National Park Organic Act, the National Environmental Policy Act, the Endangered Species Act, and other federal laws and regulation concerning winter use. Yellowstone was required to develop a winter use plan. August 1, 1999 - the Draft Winter Use Plan (DEIS) was released with an expected 90 day review (11/1/99) that was extended twice to December 15, 1999. Public participation included 48,600 comments from 46 states. October 10, 2000 - The Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks and John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Memorial Parkway were published in the Federal Register. November 22, 2000 - NPS released the Record of Decision on the FEIS recommending the phase out of snowmobile use by the winter of 2003-2004. December 18, 2000

65. : Destinations : Yellowstone National Park : Exploring The Park : P
Exploring the Park Park regulations. areas. snowmobilingPendinglitigation, snowmobiling in Yellowstone could be banned by 2003.
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Park Regulations More detailed information about these rules can be requested from the park rangers or at visitor centers throughout the parks or at Bicycles Bicycles are not allowed on the park's trails or boardwalks, but there are some designated off-pavement bicycling areascontact the park for more information. Helmets and bright clothing are recommended because of the narrow, winding nature of park roads and the large recreational vehicles with poor visibility. Camping In any given year, a person may camp for no more than 30 days in the park, and only 14 days during the summer season. Food, garbage, and food utensils must be stored in a vehicle or container made of solid material and must be suspended at least 10 feet above the ground when not in use. Climbing Because of the loose, crumbly rock in Yellowstone, climbing is discouraged throughout the park and is prohibited in the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.

66. Cass County, MN - Snowmobiling
national travel writers laud Cass County as one of the country's best snowmobilingareas for Minnesota Snowmobile Registration Fees and regulations GOOD NEWS!
Obtaining a County Trail Map
Trail Conditions Special Vacation Packages Upcoming Events ... Local Trail Clubs
L ooking for some of the best snowmobiling in North America? Cass County offers hundreds of miles of trails, most continually groomed by the latest equipment, through some of the most scenic, unspoiled, "northwoods" country imaginable. Travel for miles through the Chippewa Nationl Forest , the nation's first officially designated forest area east of the Mississippi, or through one of a number of state or locally held public forest areas. Take the snowmobiler's version of the "expressway", the unbroken, 120 mile long, Paul Bunyan Trail , and stop at the many restaurants, lodging facilities and other atttractions along the way. A close runner-up for scenery and trailside amenities is the recently reopened 50 mile long

67. Northern Erie Sno-Seekers - Trail Regulations
The snowmobile you are riding must meet minimum state regulations, and safety 10.)SWI (snowmobiling while intoxicated) is a serious offence, and carries stiff
To enjoy N.E.S.S. (Northern Erie Sno-Seekers inc.) trails you must adhere to the following rules and regulations:
1.) Be on a snowmobile, trails are only open to snowmobiles. Wheeled vehicles of any kind ie: 4-wheelers, dirt bikes, cars, trucks are prohibited from being on the trails.
2.) You must have a valid drivers license, or a valid "youth snowmobile safety course" certificate. Youths ages 10-18 must have a "Youth Safety Certificate" to operate a snowmobile on N.E.S.S. trails. (You must be able to produce one of these documents at the request of law enforcement officials or trail wardens on the trails)
3.) The snowmobile you are riding must meet minimum state regulations, and safety standards. (ie: it must have a functioning head and tail light, cowl ect.) The snowmobile must not pose a danger to its rider, or other snowmobiles on the trail. (For specific details, refer to NYS department of motor vehicles)
4.) The snowmobile can not (in any way) have an altered exhaust system. The exhaust system must remain in factory standard condition. (ie: NO PIPES or CANS)
5.) Snowmobiles designed for single riders, can only carry one person. Snowmobiles designed for two riders, can carry two persons at maximum capacity. (If you're not sure of your snowmobiles capacity, refer to your owner's manual.)

68. Snowmobiling
Snowmobile Information. Limited snowmobiling opportunities are availableon the West Side of the Park, near Grand Lake. COLORADO regulations.
Snowmobile Information Limited snowmobiling opportunities are available on the West Side of the Park , near Grand Lake . The few routes that are available provide access to spectacular scenery both in the park and on adjacent U.S. Forest Service lands. There are no snowmobile routes on the East Side of the Park.
THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW ! Snowmobilers are required to register at the Kawuneeche Visitor Center , located near Grand Lake . Current road and weather conditions will be provided by the park staff. A fee is payable upon park entry. The visitor center is open 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily. A self-registration box is provided at the center for visitors entering or leaving the park before or after hours. SAFETY IN THE PARK Park snowmobile routes exist on established roadways and vehicles share the route. For your own safety and for trail courtesy, keep to the far right side of the roadway and travel single file. Watch for vehicles traveling in the opposite direction on all sections of the road. In the park, firearms and hunting are prohibited, and all wildlife is protected.

69. Ontario Snowmobile Paradise
Back to Top. snowmobiling Permits regulations. The following is providedfor your information only and is subject to change without notice.

70. Tips For Snowmobiling In Ontario
snowmobiling Laws While operating a snowmobile, the same rules of the road and safetyhelmets according to the Highway Traffic Act regulations while operating
Tips for Snowmobiling in Ontario The following is provided for your information only. It is by no means a complete list. The information here is from the OFSC website. The Gist:
To snowmobile legally in Ontario, you must have:
a valid driver's license
proof of snowmobile ownership
helmets Advice For Visitors to Ontario
To make your border crossing easier, register your sleds with U.S. Customs before leaving the country. This will make your return hassle-free. It's also wise to bring your passport or birth certificate along.
For U.S residents traveling to Ontario, you will receive the most favourable exchange rate at a bank.
Visa , Mastercard and American Express are widely accepted.
Ontario is a very large province, so you probably won't have time to see all in one trip. The best idea is to pick a region or preplan a route that fits with your allotted vacation time and personal riding style. Always carry emergency/repair kits) when touring.

71. Recreation/Outdoors/Snowmobiles/Forum
URL http// Mainesnowmobiling snowmobiling in Maine. Classifieds regulations chat bulletin
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72. Snowmobiling At Brian Head
trail conditions. There are town regulations regarding snowmobiling,so before your ride out, please check the local regulations.

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Snowmobile Town Map

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Snowmobiling in Brian Head offers some of southern Utah's most scenic vistas in the winter time such as the Cedar Breaks National Park and other views to take your breath away. Brian Head has snowmobile trails going through the town and accessing the National Park areas and Dixie National Forest. You can bring your own snowmobile, or go on a guided snowmobile tour. There are facilities that provide sales, service and storage for your snowmobiles. Utah State Parks and Recreation provides snowmobile trails from Cedar Breaks National Park to Panguitch Lake and down to Duck Creek; with all three areas providing gas, food, and lodging. Brian Head has town trails and local meadows that can give the beginner or the expert rider the terrain desired. All areas that snowmobilers are able to ride are located within the Dixie National Forest which surrounds Brian Head. Before leaving on your own with your snowmobile, it is advisable to check the area that you will be riding in, and the snow and trail conditions, so that your ride can be a safe one. Crystal Mountain Recreation Inc. provides state and local snowmobile maps along with the trail conditions. There are town regulations regarding snowmobiling, so before your ride out, please check the local regulations. Brian Head's elevation is between 9.400 and 11,000 feet; therefore, if you are bringing up your own snowmobile for the first time, make sure that your snowmobile has been high altituted for this elevation. Crystal Mountain Recreation inc., a Yamaha Snowmobile Dealership, offers facilities that can help you with your snowmobile(s) when riding at this elevation.

73. Snowmobile Safety
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Snowmobile Safety
In North America, more than 10 million people enjoy snowmobiling, according to the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association (ISMA), and it is a family sport for most participants. However, the laws governing snowmobiling vary widely between states and provinces, and they are generally less restrictive than regulations which govern the use of other motor vehicles, including all-terrain vehicles. In some areas, helmets are not required and children as young as eight can legally operate a snowmobile. Often there are no regulations governing snowmobile use on private property. As of Jan. 1, 2001, the State of Wisconsin requires that snowmobilers who are at least 12 years old and who were born after Jan. 1, 1985, must have completed a snowmobile safety course. The state offers an eight-hour safety course that includes classroom study and hands-on operation of a snowmobile. The course is conducted by the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and covers such topics as transporting a snowmobile, environmental impacts, protective gear, emergency situations and regulations as well as safety tips. In reviewing data from the past several winters in Wisconsin, the DNR observed that snowmobilers were most likely to be involved in a deadly accident between 8 p.m. and 3 a.m., so extreme caution is urged at night.

74. Snowmobiling
The popularity of snowmobiling continues to grow in the area, and snowmobilers needto showing the owner has knowledge of the rules and regulations for riding
A sure cure for cabin fever for many people is a blast into the woods on a snowmobile. The McCall area offers enough trails and "boondocking" backcountry to satisfy any snowmobiler's appetite for wide open country. Local snowmobilers say it's the variety of terrain that makes the McCall area the top snowmobile destinations in the state. Riders can start at Smiths Ferry 35 miles south of McCall and ride groomed trails all the way to Warren to the north, a distance of about 100 miles. Between those two points, another 400 miles of trails meander through Adams and Valley counties. Trail groomers located at Smiths Ferry, Cascade and McCall keep the trails in top shape for snowmobilers. The Red Ridge and West Mountain area southwest of McCall provides easy trails for all riders and access to great vistas that overlook Meadows Valley and the Council area. Riders can also travel north of McCall up the North Fork of the Payette River, over Secesh Summit and into the backcountry hamlets of Warren and Secesh for fuel, food, beverages and lodging. They can also take a short detour to Burgdorf for a quick soak in its famous hot springs, or spend the night in one of the Burgdorf's rustic cabins. For information about these areas, riders can call the Secesh Stage Stop at (208) 636-6789 or the Winter Inn at Warren at 636-4393. Burgdorf can be reached at 636-3036.

75. Black Hills Snowmobile Links
list will provide the media and the public with information on outdoor recreationopportunities and regulations. Sundance, Wyoming snowmobiling Complete info
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We recommend these sites for more great info:
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Black Hills Area Snowmobile Winter Lodging Rentals
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Please add your informative link or resource to this list by clicking HERE Black Hills Area Snowmobile Info and Events Bret Lind in the Black Hills - Brief article with photos of snowmobiles in the Black Hills. Custer, SD - Comprehensive site about Custer community, activities and attractions, including winter sports and snowmobile info on the Recreation page. Deadwood Magazine - Ordering info for back issues with feature stories about snowmobiling in the Deadwood area. Deer Mountain Ski Area - Hundreds of acres of Black Hills snow and miles of runs for skiers and snowboarders at all levels. George S. Mickelson Trail - John M. Smith writes about the Black Hills trail. Licensing Requirements for snowmobiles in SD - Official page of the state Dept. of Game, Fish and Parks. Polaris Pro Club Adventure Tours - Site offers info about the Deadwood Tour in Feb-Mar, 2001.

76. Northern Michigan Snowmobiling
Every year hundreds of people are injured due to careless snowmobiling. trailer or towing, you will be able to access all the state trailer regulations.
Home Vacation Planner Home Real E state ... Contact Us It is clear to see why northern Michigan attracts thousands of snowmobile enthusiasts each weekend. With northern Michigan's extensive trail system, abundant snow and exciting terrain, it is the perfect setting for a snowmobiling adventure for all ages. Michigan also offers plenty of lodging and snowmobile friendly pubs and taverns and terrific dining as well. Winter in Michigan is a rich tradition. From Gaylord's SnowCross 2000 to Tip-Up Town in Houghton Lake, there are plenty of activities all winter long in Northern Michigan. These are just a couple reason why sledders of all ages come to northern Michigan every week to work, play and sled! Pre-Season Tips Trailer Purchasing Pre-Season Trailer Prep Trailer Laws ... Sled Trails Pre-Season Tips
Probably the single most important reason people come to northern Michigan to snowmobile is because of our extensive trails. Northern Michigan has a network of trails that sprawl the entire northern lower peninsula. From Grayling in Crawford County, you can easily reach Roscommon, Kalkaska, Otsego and Oscoda Counties. Michigan also boasts many restaurants and motels so you will never be left out in the cold. No matter how big or small your next snowmobile trip to northern Michigan, remember these few little tips to help make your trip a great experience.

77. CNRAC - State Park Rules And Regulations Comment II - October 24, 2001
why we feel change should be considered to the regulations as drafted and boating,Section 11.210(4). Hunting and trapping, and Section 11.210(5). snowmobiling.
P.O. Box 8773 Rachel Carson State Office Building Harrisburg, PA 17105-8773
fax# 717-214-6691
October 24, 2001 Mr. John C. Oliver, Secretary
PA Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources
RCSOB, 7 th Floor
P.O. Box 8767
Harrisburg, PA 17105-8767 Dear Secretary Oliver: The Council has been involved with the Bureau of State Parks early on in its process to review and update existing state park rules and regulations. We have found bureau employees to be cordial and open to Council ideas and questions throughout this process. We support the process undertaken by the bureau to gather public input. Council offers several suggestions for change and explains why we feel change should be considered to the regulations as drafted. These suggestions are: Section 11.201 . Definitions.
    Modify the definition of Department by eliminating the phrase "bureaus and". Council is concerned that this definition makes clear that only authorized officials of the Department, whether they be deputies, bureau directors or park managers, have the authority to carry out the provisions of the rulemaking. The language revision that we propose accomplishes this. The reference to "bureaus" detracts from this important distinction.
Section 11.210

78. Montana DEQ - Clean Snowmobile Facts - Concerns - National Parks
for failing to comply with federal laws and regulations governing Yellowstone and apetition requesting that the National Park Service ban snowmobiling in all
Concerns - National Parks
Snowmobiling has become controversial in a number of National Parks, National Forests, and other public lands in the United States. The most widely publicized controversy concerns Yellowstone National Park. By the year 2000, visitors were making about 75,000 snowmobile trips and 1,300 snowcoach trips into the Park during a 100 day period each winter. Over 60 percent of these visitors were entering the Park through the West Entrance, from the town of West Yellowstone. On peak days over 1,000 snowmobiles were using this entrance, where conditions often include dense, cold, stable air that is conducive to high air pollution levels. Rules and Regulations
Selected Links
Go to the Publications and Links section for a more complete list, including related or overlapping topics. In February 2000 the National Park Service summarized available information and reports related to the air quality impacts of snowmobiles: National Park Service Air Resources Division.

79. Maine Department Of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife - Snowmobiling Hand Signals
backward over your shoulder. snowmobiling HAND SIGNALS. Left arm raised head,pointing to right side of trail. Back to snowmobile regulations.
Left arm raised at shoulder height, elbow bent and forearm vertical with palm of hand flat.
Arm raised from the shoulder and extended straight up over the head with palm of hand flat.
Left arm extended straight out from shoulder and pointing in the direction of the turn.
Left arm raised at shoulder height, elbow bent and forearm vertical with fist clenched. *In some jurisdictions, the STOP signal may be indicated using the right arm, since the left hand is used for braking. Snowmobiler's should watch out for and be prepared to stop for either signal.
Left arm extended out and down from the side of the body with a downward flapping motion of hand to signal warning or caution.
Arm raised, elbow bent, with thumb pointing backward, in hitch-hiking motion move arm forward to backward over your shoulder. SNOWMOBILING HAND SIGNALS
Left arm raised at shoulder height, elbow bent and forearm vertical, wrist bent, move arm from left to right over head, pointing to right side of trail. Back to snowmobile regulations Home Online Store
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    Comprehensive information about Montana snowmobiling. Detailed links including regional weather, trail, and avalanche conditions. Snowmobiling news and safety issues covered. Association membership information and forms included.

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