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Coeur d'Alene Snowmobile Club
The Coeur d’Alene Snowmobile Club seeks to preserve and promote winter recreation in our community. Our club, in conjunction with the Idaho State Snowmobile Association, along with neighboring clubs, works to ensure our riding areas remain both safe and accessible to the public.
WHEN: First Tuesday, October thru March. Social hour 6p.m., meeting starts at 7p.m.
WHERE: Golden Corral, Coeur d'Alene ID (private room to the right)
WHO: Anyone can attend, you do not need to be a club member to come check us out
WHY: Hear about land issues, group rides, groomer report & special guest speakers. Talk to locals and find out where they are riding, snow conditions and more. You may even make some new friends!
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The Coeur d’Alene Snowmobile Club has been incorporated since January 10, 1968. The original incorporators were Jay Couch, Del Kerr and Jerry Deitz.
Since that time, the club has become an organization with a full history of community activities and involvement in promoting the sport of snowmobiling. We are also 100% affiliated with the Idaho State Snowmobile Association-ISSA to help preserve access to public lands.
Jan 3rd (Thursday): Special Guest-Brett Fletcher & Wyatt Cowen, Kootenai County Sheriff Dept, Backcountry Patrol/Search & Rescue. Great presentation on survival tips and recent rescues.
Dec 4th:Special Guest-Greg Koch, NOAA Weather, Spokane . Greg gave us a very informative presentation on our current & past weather patterns here in the PNW.
Nov 6th: Life Flight information presented. Club members receive discount memberships through the ISSA.
Oct 2nd: Special Guest -Ian Cotter, Forest Service. Ian talked about the prescribed burns, the Potters Wheels Project and provided information on the Avenza App (no cell signal needed), recommends the Motor Vehicle Use Map.
Our club goals are to promote safe family snowmobiling and help support the Kootenai County Trail Grooming program.