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Educate yourself on trail grooming

When riding on a trail, do you ever think about how those signs get there, how the trail remains clear and in good snowmobiling condition or how the trail got there in the first place? Most often, they are the result of a snowmobiling group or club banding together and collectively working with the land owner to allow access for snowmobilers.

To help educate themselves and others on the benefits to snowmobile trail riding, many snowmobile groups utilize the access resources page of www.snowmobileinfo.org for resources and educational materials to use when talking with land owners.

The website also includes information on responsible, proper ways to groom and maintain trails, sign positioning and talking points on the benefits of snowmobiling to communities.

So if you found the perfect trail, but it isn’t accessible to snowmobilers yet, a visit to www.snowmobileinfo.org might just be able to change that!

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