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We need your help with our 2019 summer projects:

  • ​Magee Warming Hut Repair
  • Skitwish Warming Hut completion
  • Build Wood-shed at Skitwish

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We are members of the Idaho State Snowmobile Association
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ISSA

Please Support our Business Members

​Come to our ​General Meetings, first Tuesday of the month October thru March.  6 pm social, 7 pm meeting
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Stickers

Sticker Fees - Where does this money go?

​Idaho State Certificate of Number Stickers $32.50

   $1.00 Idaho Statewide Search & Rescue 

   $1.50 Vendor Handling Fee

   $22.50 County designated by owner

   $4.50 Administration cost & production of sticker


Kootenai County Groomer Sticker $15.00

   $6.75 Groomer Program

   $6.00 Sheriff Dept for Law Enforcement

   $2.25 Administrative Costs

Kootenai County Ordinance:

ATV/UTV Allowed on Groomed Trails
OFF HIGHWAY VEHICLE (OHV): An all-terrain vehicle (ATV), motorcycle, or utility type vehicle (UTV), under two thousand (2,000) pounds' unladen gross weight, with a maximum width less than seventy four inches (74"), which is designed for travel on snow or ice or over natural terrain and is steered by tracks, skis or runners.


Additional information available here: 

https://parksandrecreation.idaho.gov/sites/default/files/uploads/Snowmobiling_in_Idaho_2016_2017_small.pdf

​​​Kootenai County Use Area - 28

Designate Use Area 28 to support the Kootenai County Grooming Program​

We sell the following annual Snowmobile Permits:

  • Idaho State Resident Certificate/Sticker: $32.50
  • Idaho State Non-Resident Certificate/Sticker: $32.50
  • Kootenai County Groomer Sticker: $15.00
  • Montana Non-Resident Temporary Use Permit/Sticker: $25.00


You can purchase your stickers by attending a General Meeting.  You may also contact

     Steve Powers    Phone: ​   208-755-3456

Idaho State Snowmobile Definition:

SNOWMOBILE: Any self-propelled vehicle under two thousand (2,000) pounds' unladen gross weight, designed primarily for travel on snow or ice or over natural terrain, which may be steered by tracks, skis or runners.

Next Club Meeting:

See you in October 2019

We had our last club meeting of the season. 

Got ideas for next season? Please come share & social with us.

WEATHER

Protecting snowmobile access in Idaho

Air Ambulance​

Be prepared and knowledgeable of the weather forecast before heading into the backcountry
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 Recieve a Member discount with Life Flight​
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