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How to create a paper snowmobile

So, with the snowmobile season nearing a close, maybe take some time to create a paper snowmobile with a child in your life. Use this link for more info on how!

Links to Snowmobile Racing info

Snowmobile Racing Information

Oval Racing

Snowmobile Racing Publications

Check out the Go Snowmobiling website

The website reported an increase in visitation with over 3 million visitors to the site. Approximately 18% of those visitors (600,000) do not own a snowmobile but are expressing a great deal of interest in owning a snowmobile and going snowmobiling. This positively reflects on the long-term trend line showing an increase in snowmobiling as a recreational family activity in the winter. Individuals have discovered that people snowmobile to

  • view beautiful scenery
  • to be with friends and family
  • to get away from the usual demands of life and be close to nature

The GO Snowmobiling website is sponsored by International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association (ISMA).

Snowmobile Storm Adventure Magazine available online

The newest issue of the Snowmobile Storm Adventure Magazine is available to view online! This online magazine is dedicated to providing snowmobiling information, videos and awesome pictures.
Just click the link below to view the September 2011 issue of Snowmobile Storm.

AccuWeather posts 2011-12 snowfall predictions has posted their 2011-12 snowfall predictions. Check out your area to see how the riding will be!

5 Steps to Get Started in Snowmobiling

Interested in joining the 3 million people who already enjoy snowmobiling each year, but don’t know how to get started? Follow these five simple steps to get started in snowmobiling for a fun-filled winter with family and friends.

  1. Attend a snowmobiling show
    A snowmobiling show is a great place to start if you’re just discovering snowmobiling. Attending a snowmobiling show allows you to check out different models and brands of snowmobiles and talk to numerous dealers, so you can get the best deal! One local show is SleddinXpo.
  2. Visit a dealer
    There are several licensed snowmobile dealers in the area who can help you decide which snowmobile is best for you, based on your planned usage and within your price range. Snowmobile pricing starts at $2,000 for a used model and $6,000 for a new one.
  3. Licensing 
    North Dakota requires your snowmobile to be licensed or registered or to have a permit affixed to the snowmobile. Licensing information can be easily obtained at the ND Parks and Rec website.
  4. Find a location to snowmobile
    There are 225,000 miles of marked and groomed trails to explore in North America,, including 100 miles just in this area. Check out the local map posted on this website.
  5. Visit
    For those interested in learning more about snowmobiling, the Web site is an great tool for guidance. It provides information for the inexperienced snowmobiler on getting started in snowmobiling, dealers and renters in your area, destinations to snowmobile and more.