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Do you care passionately about snowmobiling? Grab your equipment you just purchased from Rocky Mountain Snowmobile and join a snowmobile club. Modern snowmobile clubs are essentially businesses.  These clubs spend countless hours applying for funding, planning, and building trails. They also sell maps and ads, keep track of memberships, maintain groomer drags and tractors, and recruit groomer drivers.
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Among the list of those who die in avalanches across North America, snowmobilers top the list. Riders need to understand the dangers of avalanches and the basics of avalanche survival before they ride. Take an avalanche training course and learn the avalanche danger signs before you get caught in a dangerous snowy situation.
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You know that snowmobiling is a fantastic way to spend a winter day, but before you jump on your sled and ride away, learn the basic parts of your machine. Knowledge keeps you safe and secure on the machine. Think about it; you don’t jump in your car without knowing what runs the car; it is the same with a snowmobile. Rocky Mountain Snowmobile advises you learn about your machine and they are there to help you. Knowing the names of parts and what they do will be useful in many ways.
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Whether it is your first snowmobiling experience, or you are an expert, snowmobiling gear is necessary for the fun and thrill of the ride. Proper riding apparel starts with under layers, eye protection and headgear in addition to boots and outer layers. You also need personal items, safety equipment for emergency kits and tools. Going with someone who has good trip planning practices is always a great idea. “Always snowmobile in pairs” is good safety advice in addition to the survival gear you will need.
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What’s snowmobiling? Specifically, it is riding on an open vehicle for one or two people with steerable skies on the front and an endless belt at the rear. It’s riding on snow dressed like a Himalayan hiker covered from top to bottom in Arctic snow gear and riding over snow-covered trails and hills; having the time of your life.
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