Avalanche season again. Make
it a safe year! Thanks to a Recreational Trails grand and
a cooperative agreement with the B-T Avalanche Center,
avalanche classes are available free of charge. Contact
or contact the B-T National Forest Avalanche Center at
307-739-2607 to schedule a class.
elects new leadership team.
resident and former WSSA vice president, Bert Miller
was elected president of the WSSA during the annual
Fun Days meeting, March 2. Miller, who comes to office following
outgoing president Jeff Moberg, has served as vice
president since 2009. Pinedale's Sunny Raper was elected
as the incoming vice president. Jackson's Holly Sinclair
was appointed as the new secretary/treasurer and will
fill the shoes of Shannon Glandt, who has held the
position since 2008. Officers for the WSSA (with the
exception of secretary/treasurer) serve a maximium
of two two-year terms.
in Wyoming is a BIG deal. UW study shows snowmobile industry here generates $175
million annually. Read more.
Shoshone Comment deadline extended-
The public comment period for the Shoshone N.F. Plan had
been extended to November 26. Please do your part to
safeguard some of Wyoming's finest riding - comment now!
Your comments needed!!
The public comment period for the Shoshone National Forest Plan revision ends
November 26. Don't let your chance to protect this world class snowmobiling
(Togwotee, Brooks Lake, Beartooths - Cooke City) pass by.
Please act now -
click for more info.
launches new snowmobile information center
Calling it "your best resource for snowmobile safety and
access information", the recently launched www.snowmobileinfo.org houses a tremendous amount of snowmobile and safety information
in an easy to use format. The site is open to all clubs,
associations and individuals. For more info click
for WSSA Club of the Year has been updated for 2011-2012.
A list of the new criteria is available
Merchandise available. Hoodies,
t-shirts and much more available at our Cafe Press store.
to check it out and support the WSSA!