You are responsible for your own safety. Before heading out for the day, be sure to check the Avalanche forecast found on the Avalanche Canada website and use the Trip Planner. An AST 1 class is the minimum recommendation for riding any mountainous terrain, and be sure to have your essential gear which includes an avalanche transceiver, shovel and probe worn on your person at all times and enough supplies to spend a night in the mountains.
When riding new areas it is recommended to hire a guide who is familiar with the area to help you plan your trip based upon your skill set. When riding in BC please be sure to support the local clubs that work to preserve and protect these snowmobile areas for generations to come.
Abide by British Columbia Law
Please be sure to abide by all laws defined in the ORV Act. If you are from out of province, it is important to ensure your snowmobile has appropriate registration and insurance issued by the home province or state. Government issued identification is mandatory and must be on your person at all times. More information can be found at the ORV Act website.
Several riding areas in British Columbia have multi-use shared management agreements and closures including Mountain Caribou Closures. It is always your responsibility to know your location, and ride with compliance to all closures.