Be courteous to other riders and hikers on the trail.
Ride on the right side of the trail, especially when meeting another snowmobile.
When riding downhill, yield to uphill traffic. Uphill traffic may have difficulty starting again after stopping.
When passing, find a straight stretch of trail, check for oncoming traffic, announce your intention, and pass on the left.
Slow down when someone is passing you.
If you meet skiers, horses, hikers on snowshoes, or dog sleds coming from the opposite direction, slow down, pull over, and yield the right-of-way.
If you stop to talk to others on the trail, be polite and remove your helmet. Also remove your helmet before you go into a gas station, store, or other location where you may have contact with others. A helmet masks your features and can be intimidating.
Be safe and considerate when you stop along the trail. Never stop side-by-side, in the middle of the trail, at the crest of a hill, or around a corner on the trail. Also, never block an intersection. Remember to shut off your engine.
Leave gates as you find them.
Report downed trees and trail maintenance needs to land managers.