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Nearly 3,000 snowmobile clubs exist across the United States and Canada. The International Association of Snowmobile Administrators (IASA), formed in 1974, provides a forum for communication among these groups.

Snowmobile clubs participate in numerous recreational and community service programs. They develop and maintain public trails, sponsor snowmobile safaris, and conduct maintenance clinics. In some states, they also assist with organized search and rescue units, as well as help conservation officers in emergency wildlife feeding activities.

American Council of Snowmobile Associations (ACSA)
271 Woodland Pass, Suite 216
East Lansing, MI 48823
Phone: 517-351-4362
Fax: 517-351-1363
[email protected]
www.snowmobilers.org

British Columbia Snowmobile Federation
#18 1st Street
Keremeos, BC V0X 1N0
Phone: 1-877-537-8716
[email protected]
www.BCSF.org

Canadian Avalanche Centre (CAC)
Box 2759, 110 MacKenzie Ave
Revelstoke, BC
Canada, V0E 2S0
Phone: 250-837-2141
Fax: 866-366-2094
Public avalanche forecasts: 800-667-1105
Avalanche forecast mobile app: Apple Devices or Android Devices
[email protected]
www.avalanche.ca

Canadian Council of Snowmobile Organizations (CCSO)
P.O. Box 21059
Thunder Bay, ON
Canada, P7A-8A7
Phone: 807-345-5299
[email protected]
www.ccso-ccom.ca/

International Snowmobile Manufacturers Assoc. (ISMA)
1640 Haslett Road, Suite 170
Haslett, MI 48840
Phone: 517-339-7788
Fax: 517-339-7798
www.gosnowmobiling.org
www.snowmobile.org

Tread Lightly!®
298 24th Street, Suite 325
Ogden, UT 84401
Phone: 1-800-966-9900
Fax: 801-990-9807
www.treadlightly.org