Avoiding Prohibited Uses
It is illegal to operate a snowmobile:
- To pursue, harass, injure, or attempt to kill wildlife.
- While carrying a loaded firearm.
- In a negligent or reckless manner.
- In a way that damages the environment on Crown Land.
- On private property without the property owner’s consent.
- With a blood alcohol concentration of more than 0.08%, or if you are impaired by alcohol or drugs.
- In a park, conservancy, or recreation area, unless:
- A park officer authorizes it or...
- There is a sign that authorizes it in a particular area or on a trail.
- In closed areas. For maps of areas closed to snowmobiles, go to the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations website.
- On Forest Service roads, with or without insurance, if the road has been ploughed and can be used by other vehicles.
- In Strathcona Provincial Park.
- Within the Muskwa-Kechika Access Management Area, unless the snowmobile weighs less than 500 kg and is operated between November 1 and April 15.