ATV directors and presidents detail how to keep yourself and your ride intact when exploring the backcountryby Kyle Born
With preparation and information, you can ensure a safe sledding experience
At SnoRiders, we pride ourselves on keeping safety at the forefront—and we believe that snowmobilers across the country are doing their utmost to keep sledding safe and enjoyable. We talk to experienced riders and experts who know how to read terrain, and keep you up to date with events like safety workshops and products to help you stay safe. We all love to do things that get our heart racing and adrenalin pumping, so let's live to do it another day.
Gloria Cunningham, excitable mom of 10-month-old Sophia, details how to play in the pow with a baby on a sledby Kyle Born
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Grant Helgeson, product manager and senior forecaster at Avalanche Canada, details new features within Avalanche Canada’s new flexible forecast systemby Kyle Born
With the new system, forecast regions are dynamic, with boundaries that change in response to conditions
The Mountain Information Network (MIN) is for getting and sharing real-time, location-specific information
SNOWMOBILEcourse.com offers official online snowmobile safety education courses for Western Canada in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitobaby Kyle Born
Mason Kenyon, Avalanche Canada youth ambassador in Revelstoke, B.C., advocates avalanche awarenessby Kyle Born
Randy Brown, manager of the Penticton & District Search & Rescue and SPOT brand ambassador, discusses the importance of a reliable GPS deviceby Kyle Born
The rules, regulations and snowmobile licence information for each province in Western Canada.
The snowpack is currently in a precarious state throughout these regions due to the presence of a critical weak layer 60–100 centimetres below the snow surface
Dean Solowan, police constable and community service officer, Alberta Region, has life-saving safety advice for snowmobilersby Kyle Born
Brittney Dickson, owner of Stay Wild Backcountry Skills in Golden, B.C., is brining avalanche safety training onlineby Kyle Born
Covid-19 pandemic prompts early end to avalanche warning service
The Kakwa forecast contains the avalanche danger rating for treeline and alpine terrain, will indicate if there is a persistent slab problem present in the snow
Snowmobile Clubs are encouraged to invite local representatives from the business community to go snowmobiling with them and show them our known, safe riding stby Ed Klim, President of the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association
International Snowmobile Safety Week is January 18-26, 2020by Ed Klim, President, International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association