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Code of Ethics

Snowmobilers Care About Our EnvironmentThe SANS reminds snowmobilers that it is every snowmobiler's responsibility to know and follow the Snowmobile Code of Ethics and to ensure that our trails and forests continue to flourish. The following recommendations can help to ensure that each and every trip onto the trail networks is done in an environmentally favourable manner.

Leave Tracks, Not Trash - "Pack it in/Pack it out"

If you had space to bring it in, respect nature by carrying it out.

Protect Wildlife

Animals can be more vulnerable in the winter, please keep your distance,
allow them to habit their space.

Stay on The Trail

Reduce your environmental impact and respect the landowners by riding on marked trails only.

Snowmobiling and the Environment
Non-snowmobilers have many misconceptions about snowmobiling and the environment. Read further

National Environmental Initiatives

The SANS is a member of the Canadian Council of Snowmobile Organizations (CCSO/CCOM.)
They are committed to the conservation and preservation of Canada's natural environment.

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