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Stop sign

Stop Sign

Purpose: Instructs riders to bring their snowmobile to a complete stop before proceeding with caution.

Colors: Red and white

Yield sign

Yield Sign

Purpose: Instructs riders at intersections to yield the right-of-way to vehicles traveling on the other trails.

Colors: Red and white

MN caution sign

Caution Sign

Purpose: Warns of changes on the trail ahead.

Colors: Yellow and black

MN thin ice sign

Thin Ice Sign

Purpose: Warns snowmobilers that there is thin ice ahead.

Colors: White with a red border and black letters

MN stay on trail sign

Stay on Trail Sign

Purpose: Reminds snowmobilers of the importance of staying on the designated trail.

Colors: Brown with white letters

MN no snowmobiles sign

No Snowmobiles Sign

Purpose: Identifies areas where snowmobiling is not allowed.

Colors: Orange with black symbols

MN no studded tracks sign

No Studded Tracks Sign

Purpose: Identifies areas where snowmobiles are not allowed if their tracks are equipped with studs.

Colors: White with black and red words and symbols

MN two-way trail begin sign
MN two-way trail end sign
MN two-way trail day or night sign

Two-Way Trail Signs

Purpose: Indicate where two-way traffic is allowed on trails both day and night.

Colors: Orange with black words and arrows