Responsible Rider

The Responsible Rider program is about being aware when you ride and always considering safety, riding etiquette and the environment, whether you’re on the trails or in the backcountry.

Safety

Safety starts before you hit the snow. Make sure your sled is well maintained and check the weather conditions before heading out. Wear protective gear, keep first aid kits handy and comply with all local laws.

Environment

To help preserve our winter playgrounds, only venture off trail when it’s safe and legal, and be mindful of wildlife in their natural habitat. That way, we can ensure the next ride is always as good as the last.

Etiquette

Ski-Doo’s code of conduct: Follow the rules, mind your speed and respect all riders. Keep to the right of the trail, use arm signals to alert others to stops and turns, and be ready to lend a helping hand.

  • Riding Information
    How do you safely ride a Ski‑Doo with a passenger?

    How do you safely ride a Ski‑Doo with a passenger?



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  • Accessories & Apparel
    What should I never leave home without when riding backcountry?

    What should I never leave home without when riding backcountry?



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  • Accessories & Apparel
    What do you wear when trail snowmobiling?

    What do you wear when trail snowmobiling?



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Etiquette

  • Riding Information
    What is the riding etiquette on trails?

    What is the riding etiquette on trails?



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Environment

  • Riding Information
    When do snowmobile trails open?

    When do snowmobile trails open?



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  • Riding Information
    Can terrain affect my snowmobile driving experience?

    Can terrain affect my snowmobile driving experience?



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  • Riding Information
    Where can you ride a snowmobile?

    Where can you ride a snowmobile?



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