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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

101. Untitled Document
The DNR enforces snowmobile regulations as well as rules governing fishing andwinter trapping and carries out other duties, Floden said.
Home Day 1 Articles Day 2 Articles Rules of the Ride ... Links Few officers patrol lakes for speeders
By Nathan Bowe
The Forum

As the only snowmobile patrol officer to cover more than 400 lakes and an
extensive trail system in Becker County, Deputy Bruce Anderson has his work
cut out for him.
That's why he coordinates his efforts as much as possible with Department of
Natural Resources conservation officers, who patrol on snowmobiles, and
Detroit Lakes police officers, who sometimes patrol on a spare county sled.
The county owns a Yamaha 700 SRX and a Polaris 600 XLT, equipped with
emergency lights, rescue gear and first aid equipment. "It's important to work with the DNR and the city police to get more bodies out there," he said. City officers ride along with Anderson for cabin checks and to patrol the Detroit Lakes area for snowmobile violations.

102. North Dakota State Snowmobile Trails
Get Acrobat Reader Laws and regulations governing snowmobile ownership and usecan be found online in the North Dakota All-Terrain Vehicle Snowmobile Law

103. Media Center
Park Service regulation of snowmobile noise and pollution in national parks . to a funding bill rider designed to derail the snowmobile regulations,

104. Snowmobile Regulations For Howard Lake, MN
Snowmobile regulations. Operation on Streets, Roadways, Etc. No person shalloperate snowmobiles upon any street, roadway or alley within the city,
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Operation on Streets, Roadways, Etc.
No person shall operate snowmobiles upon any street, roadway or alley within the city, except between the hours of 8 a.m. and 10 p.m. to drive from the owner's residence or place where such snowmobiles are stored to the nearest city limits or to the nearest area authorized for the operation of snowmobiles by the shortest and most direct route, or returning to the owner's place of residence or place where such snowmobile is stored by the shortest and most direct route. Persons may operate a snowmobile after 10:30 p.m. only by a special permit granted by the chief of police for special events. It shall be unlawful at any time to operate a snowmobile on the boulevards, sidewalks, driveways or shoulders or other areas of the dedicated but unimproved portion of the public right of way, except to drive to and from the owner's residence or place where such snowmobiles are stored to the nearest public street. An exemption exists within this section of the ordinance for the operation of a snowmobile in an area north of Highway 12 and east of Co. Rd. 6. This exemption exists for the purpose of allowing a snowmobile operator to reach community businesses during normal business hours.

105. Grand Teton National Park Winter Activity Page
Snowmobile regulations in Grand Teton National Park and the Rockerfeller Parkwaydiffer from those in Yellowstone National Park. For Yellowstone info call
Welcome to the Grand Teton National Park Winter Activity Page It is our intent to provide information that will be timely and of assistance in planning a trip, vacation or obtaining data about this park
Winter Activities Snowcoach Trips Snowmobiling Cross Country Ski and Snowshoe Guide Winter Safety For your safety:
  • Be cautious about skiing on frozen lakes. Thin ice, overflow slush and holes presents hazards throughout the winter.
  • Wind makes you colder. Take the chill factor into consideration and dress accordingly. Take extra clothing.
  • Know your limitations.
  • Tell someone where you will be and when you expect to return.
  • Prepare your car for winter travel with a shovel, chains, a tow rope, a sleeping bag or blanket, extra clothing and food.
Hypothermia Hypothermia is a life threatening emergency that can occur in any season. The body cannot keep itself warm, due to exhaustion and exposure to cold, wet, windy weather. Symptoms are uncontrolled shivering, poor muscle control, incoherent speech, lethargy. apparent exhaustion and careless attitude. Help the victim immediately. To treat, put on dry clothing, drink warm liquids, warm victim by body contact with another person, protect from wind, rain, and cold. Avalanche Hazard Steep slopes are subject to avalanches, depending on wind loading and stability of the snowpack. All backcountry travelers should use good route selection and avoid known avalanche paths, steep canyons and gullies. For current avalanche conditions check at Moose Visitor Center (8:00 am - 5:00 pm), or call 733-2664 for the 24 hour Bridger Teton National Forest backcountry avalanche report and weather forecast.

106. River Falls Snowmobile Regulations
Snowmobile regulations. City Ordinance 10.24 Click here for Snowmobile Route Map Click here to see the City ordinances regulating snowmobiles.
Snowmobile Regulations City Ordinance Click here for Snowmobile Route Map Click here to see the City ordinances regulating snowmobiles. The above information represents selected sections of the City ordinance. If you desire further information about this topic, please contact the police department at (715) 425-0909. Back to selected ordinances Back to RFPD home page

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