It's National Volunteer Week and Snoman would again like to thank all our volunteers for all their hard work throughout the year. The jobs you do throughout the year are invaluable as you are the back bone of our clubs and of Snoman itself. THANK YOU!!!
Congratulations to Christine Logan of ST. Annes MB who has won the Winner's Choice Raffle with ticket number 21265. She has chosen the Polaris sled as her prize.
Stay off of farmers’ fields and private land. There is increased snowmobile traffic this year. We rely on farmers to grant us land use permission to have access to land for our trail network.
Stay on the groomed snowmobile trails OR STAY HOME!
Ice breaking is set to begin on the Red River from the mouth of Netley Creek to Netley Lake on February 22nd. Recreational river users are advised to avoid the area because hazardous conditions may not be obvious but will exist.
Snowmobilers risk large fine if they don’t have a Snopass
The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in provincial snowmobile trails experiencing higher than normal traffic, but many outdoor enthusiasts risk a large fine for not having a Snopass. Snowmobilers must possess a Snopass …
In honour of Snowmobile Safety Week you can take the MB Snowmobile Safety Course on our website (top left hand corner) between January 16th and 24th, 2021 and qualify for $15 off. Code: SNOMAN
Snoman is notifying the general public that snowmobile trails are designated for snowmobile traffic only. All other vehicles must stay off the designated trails as they pose a danger to Snopass holders.