Ski-doo Quick Clickers, 1,500-10,000 feet? No Problem!
Imagine riding your sled from 1,500 feet above sea level all the way up to 10,000 feet above sea level on the same day, on the same mountain and even on the same pull… “Never happen” you say? Welcome to Washington’s Mount Baker, where this scenario is completely possible! Now, imagine you are able to […]
Snowmobiling Gear for Today’s Rider
Like most people who started snowmobiling in the 80’s or 90’s, I started out with no knowledge of what the difference between good and bad riding gear was. There has been an evolution of the riding gear that I had purchased over the years. In the early 1990’s when I bought my first snowmobile, I […]
Through New Goggles-The Benefit of going to your local snowmobile Expo!
Just recently was the 2015 annual Snow Show held at the Puyallup Fairgrounds which is located just outside of Tacoma, WA. Many vendors, local and national, get together and it’s considered to be the kickoff of the snowmobiling season. Yes the weather hasn’t been the most cooperative so far this year, but 3 years ago […]
Mountain Snowmobiling – What’s in my Pack
If you’re getting ready for a day out on the snow then you’re probably thinking about what to pack. First of all, it’s important to be prepared for every possible situation. While you want to have a variety of equipment and tools, you also don’t want to overpack resulting in a heavy load. Below is […]