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SNOWEST JANUARY 2015 41 Jackson Hole Snowmobiling Central. Antler Inn (307) 733-2535 49er Inn & Suites (307) 733-7550 Elk Country Inn (307) 733-2364 Cowboy Village Resort (307) 733-3121 Located in the heart of Jackson Hole just steps away from the action of the Town Square with close access to the National Parks, Togwotee Pass, Granite Hot Springs and the Grays River, the Town Square Inns are THE place to stay while snowmobiling Jackson Hole. Great Snowmobile Packages Available P. O. BOX 1948 • JACKSON, WY 83001 Rooms for every budget - fireplace suites, log cabins and hotel rooms Swimming Pools & Hot Tubs FOR RESERVATIONS 1-800-4-TETONS 149034ForNin16v.indd 1 9/24/14 2:08 PM POLARIS ASKS: DID YOU GO SNOWMOBILING IN AUGUST? While most snowmobilers are enjoying a late sum- mer BBQ on the deck or a boat ride, six members of the Polaris Snowmobile Test Team returned from a 14-day trip to the rugged Andes mountains in South America. Eight off-the-line production sleds of the 800 Rush Pro-R and 800 Pro RMK were air freighted to South America for final confirmation in real world conditions. The team was able to experience "winter" riding conditions—the same temperatures and riding conditions its customers ride in all season long. What an amazing experience it must have been to ride deep powder in August. CAT HITS 1 MILLION MARK Barreling down on its 50th Anniversary (1962- 2012), Arctic Cat has reached a special milestone since the company was brought back to life in 1983 as one of the leading manufacturers under the name Arctco. A 2011 Crossfire 800 LTD marks the 1,000,000th snowmobile built since August 1983. ... To commemorate the occasion, The Crossfire 800 LTD made its way through the assembly line and more than 1,100 employees signed their names while a group photo was taken after production. d (below) SnoWest, November, 2010, page 50 (first two paragraphs) (below) SnoWest, November, 2010, page 12 Idaho Island Park Adventures 3342 N. Hwy.20 Island Park, ID (208) 558-7581 Utah Frank May Ski-Doo & ATV, Inc. 6740 N. Hwy 38 Brigham City, UT (435) 279-8421 High Adventure Power Sports 1846 South 5070 West Salt Lake City, UT (801) 924-9244 Weller Recreation, Inc. 936 W. 200 S. Hwy 248 Kamas, UT 435-783-4718 Wyoming High Country Motorsports 3320 E. Lincolnway Cheyenne, WY (888) 638-8307 BRP highly recommends that all-terrain vehicle (ATV) and side-by-side vehicle (SSV) drivers take a training course. ATVs and SSVs can be hazardous to operate. For both ATVs and SSVs, the operator and passenger should wear a helmet, eye protection and other protective clothing. Users must always respect any applicable law establishing a minimum age for riding an ATV/ SSV. For SSVs, fasten lateral net and seat belt at all times, and passenger must be at least 12 years old and able to hold handgrips and plant feet while seated against the backrest. Never carry passengers on any ATV not specifically designated for such use. For ATVs, BRP recommends not to carry any passengers under the age of twelve. Always remember that riding and alcohol/ drugs don't mix. Never engage in stunt driving. Avoid excessive speeds and be particularly careful on difficult terrain. Ride responsibly. BRP urges you to "TREAD LIGHTLY" on public and private lands. Preserve your future riding opportunities by showing respect for the environment, local laws and the rights of others when you ride. Always ride responsibly and safely. The handling you'd expect from Can-Am. The power you'd expect from no one. 151126CanAm13.indd 1 12/4/14 1:43 PM

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