Snowmobiling continues to grow as a choice winter activity in Ontario’s Highlands. Enjoying the ride involves knowing how to operate your snowmobile safely and knowing the rules out there in the snow. For highlights on safety gear, night riding, speed limits, licensing, and overall code of conduct, check out the links below.
|Safe snowmobiling, Ontario Ministry of Transportation – Knowledge for beginner and experienced snowmobilers on how to operate your vehicle safely both on and off the trail|
|Trail comfort and safety tips, Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) – Information on wind chill, night riding, defensive snowmobiling, and more|
|Code of ethics, Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) – Words to live by as a responsible snowmobiler|
|Snowmobile driver training, Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) – Three easy ways to get trained plus available snowmobile training courses|
|Snowmobile safety, Newfoundland Snowmobile Federation – Checklists for safe riders and equipment plus information on ice safety, hydro line safety, and snowmobile hand signals|