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Safe snowmobiling begins at snowmbileinfo.org

Snowmobiling is enjoyed and appreciated by more than a million people across the country and the first stop many of those snowmobilers make is at the website www.snowmobileinfo.org for safety education materials, snow conditions and avalanche reports.

When it comes to avalanches, www.snowmobileinfo.org offers the most in-depth and accurate avalanche conditions. Searchable by state, the information is updated daily, sometimes hourly.

"For people who aren’t experienced in riding in avalanche prone areas, snowmobileinfo.org is an important resource to review prior to starting a ride,” said Bob Kirchner, president of the American Council of Snowmobile Associations (ACSA). "The material is also important for long-time riders to remind them of unpredictability of terrain and conditions.”

The site offers multiple safety educational opportunities including snowmobile safety training courses and snowmobile operator certification, sorted by state. The site also links to ACSA’s www.snowmobilers.org, the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association (ISMA) site www.snowmobile.org and others which have additional information and details on snowmobiling safety.

"When we plan a snowmobiling outing out west, we always check snowmobileinfo.org to find the best places to ride, as well as checking the daily conditions so we know the best places to ride safely,” said Jan Monet, an avid snowmobiler from Wisconsin. "As a family, we also use the site to remind ourselves of important riding hand signals and what to do in case there is an emergency. It’s always helpful to take some time to remind yourself about safety protocols.”

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