March 22nd, 2018 meet 10:00 A.M at the Frontier Cottages, Wiltondale, NL.

This event is free for veterans. ($25 CAD for non-veterans)

The Newfoundland & Labrador Snowmobile Federation would like to show our appreciation to Canadian Veterans by offering a trail ride in their honor.

If you are interested in attending this event **PLEASE REGISTER NOW**!

Organizers will need a ballpark number for the hot lunch, the barbeque and the gift bags in advance of the event. (If any event is cancelled, you are always advised immediately and paying registrants are fully refunded.)


Register by March 14th!

Social Events

The trail ride to honor Veterans will be followed up with a lunch provided by NLSF and a BBQ at the end of the day at The Jackladder.



Personal snowmobile and Trail Pass (Seasonal or Day) is required.

However, any Veteran who does not have access to a machine may contact the office, 709-635-4395, and we will try to locate one for your use.

*Trail passes also available at Frontier Cottages & The Jackladder.


Recommendation for Participants

The following recommendations for the ride have been put in place to ensure that it is a safe and enjoyable experience for all participants.

  1. A NLSF Trail Pass Sticker is required to be attached to the left side of each snowmobile or the driver must possess a Daily Trail Pass receipt.
  2. Ensure your snowmobile has a full tank of gasoline and oil injector level is full or base oil is full in a four stoke engine.
  3. Ensure your snowmobile is in good working condition and that the brakes are working.
  4. Ensure your snowmobile has working headlights, tail lights and brake lights.
  5. Keep your headlights on while traveling on the ride, so you can be easily seen.
  6. While on the ride, use the “Buddy System” which means you watch out for the snowmobile behind you and maintain a distance between 2 – 5 seconds. If you do not see your buddy within 5 seconds stop and wait for him/her.
  7. When you make stops on the trail, check your buddy for signs of frost bite or hypothermia.
  8. Use trail signs to signal your buddy that there is a stop or a turn ahead. Also use signals to indicate approaching snowmobiles or snowmobiles following behind.
  9. Maintain your place in the group and stay on the trail during the ride. Drive on the right side of the trail.
  10. “0” Tolerance is the rule. Alcohol is not permitted on the ride.
  11. If you pack it in, pack it out.
  12. Wear warm snowmobile clothing and dress in layers so that you can add or remove to adjust your level of comfort. Proper footwear and gloves are also necessary for warmth.
  13. Wear a snowmobile helmet.
  14. Bring any personal items that you feel you should carry with you. Carry any prescription medication that you need is case you are delayed on the trail. A camera will help capture those Kodak moments. A snack or sweet treat if you like them.
  15. Enjoy your ride!