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The Coeur d'Alene Snowmobile Club is an active over the snow user group that seeks adventure in the winter time. We are typically riding every weekend predominately in north Idaho, but we do plan and implement out of town rides also. We are often asked how hard our rides are. We plan off-trail rides and groomed trail rides. We are committed to safety and we always account and help everyone that joins in the group. Plan for a full day and adventure on all of our rides! Members are encouraged on all of our rides, and we welcome folks who are considering joining, however, we must require a signed liability waiver if you are interested in participating in a club ride as a non-member.


NOTE: IF YOU DECIDE YOU WANT TO JOIN A CLUB RIDE, YOU WILL FILL OUT A WAIVER WHICH WILL BE PROVIDED BEFORE THE RIDE. VIEW THE WAIVER HERE. YOU DO NOT NEED TO PRINT THIS OUT. 


2018-2019 Winter Rides


The following rides are planned for the winter season:


January date TBD


Host: Gary Allard 

Information: Riding out of Bishop Springs. Tentative location.


February 2nd 


Host: CDA Club

Information: Third annual chili feed held in the Skitwish warming hut.


February 23-March 2


Host: Donna Adickes

Information: Annual McCall Ride. If you plan on joining send Donna an email here and look into housing/hotels/motels. Rooms book fast, so plan early!


Rides

​Come to our ​General Meetings, first Tuesday of the month October thru March.  6 pm social, 7 pm meeting
​Location-Golden Corral  Directions

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Are you interested in hosting a ride? Email Donna Adickes here

 Feb 2nd 11am-1pm​

Skitwish Warming Hut


December 25, 2018 Christmas Day Ride

We are members of the Idaho State Snowmobile Association
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 Recieve a Member discount with Life Flight​
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December 27, 2016 Fernan: Operation Rescue!


Jason and some family decided to go out for a ride. 3 miles in to the ride, one of the riders had fell off his sled during a carve. The sled had went over the edge of the trail until striking a tree 300 feet below. Phone calls were made, and the sled was retrieved the next day with the help of a few club members. A big thank you to all the club members (especially Joe Wuest) who contributed to this rescue mission. This goes to show that mistakes can happen. Luckily no one was seriously hurt. 

Protecting snowmobile access in Idaho

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