Important Notice

 

Click HERE to take part in survey to help the BC Snowmobile Federation collect data on spending related to snowmobile trips by local and visiting snowmobilers in BC. The BC Snowmobile Federation (“BCSF”) has engaged MNP LLP (“MNP”) to conduct a study to assess the contributions that snowmobiling makes to BC. The results of the study will be used to support the development of an action plan for growing snowmobile tourism in BC and for the development of future trails. 

The information that is being collected will only be used for the purposes of this study. MNP will maintain the confidentiality of your information and individual responses will not be shared with BCSF or any other organization. In the final report only aggregated data will be included and no data for any individual will be shown. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Annual General Meeting

The Prince George Snowmobile Club would like to invite members, non-members and potential members to come to the Clubhouse (12000 Scott Road) on April 3rd, 2019 at 7PM to discuss our accomplishments for this season and plans for next year!

 

 

Cariboo Closures

Snowmobile Closures

Under the Mountain Caribou Recovery Implementation Plan, scientists recommended over one million hectares across the mountain caribou range be closed to motorized winter recreation to facilitate recovery of caribou populations. Since 2009, government has closed areas to snowmobile use across the Mountain Caribou range in order to support population recovery. The maps below show the areas open to snowmobiling and areas closed under the Wildlife Act. These maps can be viewed and downloaded. Maps are georeferenced PDFs so they can be used in mobile applications to determine your location relative to boundaries, open riding areas and trails.

For more information: http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/fw/wildlife/snowmobile-closures/

Off-Road Registration

Off-road Vehicle Registration Now Mandatory

ORV requires riders to place their registration decals on their sleds, have their registration and insurance on them while riding, as well as have Photo ID to verify their identity. Photocopies or photos on a cell phone are not sufficient.  Conservation Officers present at the 2018 BCSF Congress Meeting reminded us that not being able to prove your identity on the trail or mountain is an arrestable offense.

Please be prepared!!

For more information visit BCSF on Facebook