Info from Snoman
ARE SNOPASSES MANDATORY?
If you wish to travel on designated Snoman trails in Manitoba, you must by law have a valid Snopass and a valid Off-Road Vehicle plate on your snowmobile. Natural Resource Officers and the RCMP patrol the trails regularly. A snowmobiler found to be on a designated Snoman trail without a valid Snopass will be fined over $480.00 and you will still be required to purchase a Snopass.
Why a coloured plate?
A highly visible plate will help Conservation officers & other enforcement agencies to readily identify who has a Snopass.
WHAT’S THE PURPOSE OF THE SNOPASS?
Your Snopass fee helps to enhance recreational snowmobiling across Manitoba, as it supports the local Snoman member clubs who groom and maintain more than 12,000 kilometers of designated trails across Manitoba.
|7 Day Snopass:||$75.50|
We were informed by MPI that out-of-province snowmobiles must have a minimum of $500,000 third party liability coverage, not $200,000 and you must purchase a Snopass to ride the trails in Manitoba. You can purchase either an annual Snopass or a Seven-Day Snopass. You must show proof of ownership and a valid registration from another jurisdiction that includes a minimum of $500,000 third party liability coverage. An Annual Snopass allows you to ride on designated trails until April 30.
- The Brokenhead Trail Blazers maintain 230 kms of trails
- We have 100 members, families and singles
- Membership costs $20 per year or $25 for a family. Learn more…
- Minutes from our meetings will be emailed to the active membership.
Your Officers Elected and Appointed*
Treasurer/ Groomer Coordinator
|Terry & Cassidy Buss
ERSA Alternate Rep
TBD-Public Relation Officer
|*David Kryschuk- Trail Director
*Ryan Delgaty- Sign Coordinator
We can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
First meeting for the 2018-2019 season will be held on September 13, 2018 at 7 pm.
The club meets on the second Thursday of every month at 7:00 PM in the Brokenhead Trail Blazers clubhouse. The clubhouse is located 3 miles west of Ladywood down road #80, then go 1/2 mile north. Ladywood is 8 miles north of Beausejour on #12 North