Backcountry Avalanche Safety Gear Tips
Ski-Doo Ambassador Jeremy Mercier and Hanna Beaman from Backcountry Access share their avalanche safety gear advice they’ve learned from years for backcountry snowmobiling. Watch now and make sure you and your crew are properly equipped to return home safely and enjoy many more adventures together.
Trail Snowmobile Safety Gear Basics
Are you carrying the right trail snowmobile safety gear? Ski-Doo Ambassadors Troy Oleson and Tiffanie Hoops show you what they recommend you bring along on every ride. They’ll explain the basics of trail snowmobile, how to properly dress while driving a snowmobile on-trail and walk you through all the must-have extras with them on the snow.
Respecting our Backcountry Snowmobiling Environment
Ski-Doo Ambassador, Jeremy Mercier and Hana Beaman from Backcountry Access share the best ways to protect our backcountry snowmobiling areas and ensure safe access. Knowledge of the riding terrain, understanding the snowpack and reading the avalanche risks are key deep snow safety tips covered in this video.
Respecting the Snowmobile Trails
Respecting the snowmobile trails and the land they’re on is essential for keeping them open. Ski-Doo Ambassadors Troy Oleson and Tiffanie Hoops share their tips on how to best respect the trails we share. Knowing when and where you are legally allowed to ride is one of the biggest challenges in the sport of snowmobiling.
Deep Snow Safety Tips and Etiquette
Backcountry snowmobiling safety and etiquette are essential for every ride. Ski-Doo Ambassador Jeremy Mercier and Hanna Beaman from BCA, share some great advice. These deep snow safety tips on riding etiquette, legal riding and best practices will help make sure every backcountry snowmobiling experience is a great one.
Trail Safety Tips and Etiquette
Proper snowmobile trail etiquette is a huge part of snowmobile safety. Ski-Doo Ambassadors Troy Oleson and Tiffanie Hoops have a few tips on how to make every ride more enjoyable for you and others on the trail. Learn more on riding within your personal limits, exercising caution and respecting posted signs and speed limits. Remember, a safe ride is a good ride.