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Snoman's Winner's Choice Raffle

September 6, 2018

Snoman’s Winner’s Choice Raffle tickets are now available and can be purchased through participating Snoman Clubs. This year there are 5,000 tickets available for purchase through Funding Change which helps non-profit organizations of all sizes fundraise with online raffles. You …

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Snowmobile Impaired and Challenging Riding

February 12, 2019

Please take a minute and watch the video on the dangers of Impaired Snowmobile Riding https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TXgY6ofAy1w

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The Importance of Staying on Trails

February 5, 2019

Check out the following video on why it is important to stay on the trails. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=giZzo9AnCSs

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Trail 66 Closure

February 5, 2019

Notice: Trail 66 At Seven Sisters will be temporarily CLOSED from Feb 11th to 22nd for Hydro to do work on the Seven Sister Dam spillway. No snowmobiles will be permitted to cross the dam traversing the Winnipeg River. Riders wishing to cross the Winnipeg River are advised to use trail …

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Snoman Celebrates National Snowmobiling Environment Month

January 29, 2019

Manitoba – Snoman (Snowmobilers of Manitoba) Inc. and the Canadian Council of Snowmobile Organizations (CCSO) reminds riders to keep nature beautiful as we celebrate National Snowmobiling Environment Month during February. Through the Snowmobile Responsibly campaign introduced by CCSO, …

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How to Use the Interactive Map

January 24, 2019

The first thing you need to know is what do the trail colours mean. Green means the trail has been groomed within the last 5 days, yellow means the trail has been groomed in the past 5+ days and red means that the trail is closed. There are however a few red ‘glitches’ on some of …

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Benefits of Volunteering

January 23, 2019

Pick Me… Volunteering and Its Benefits We all know that snowmobile trails don’t just happen. It takes resources and many volunteer hours to maintain 12,000 kilometers of snowmobile trails in the areas of signing, grooming, equipment maintenance, shelter upkeep, etc. …

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