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What’s Hot & Not In The World Of Snowmobiling

Snow Goer staff

Since its re-launch in 1990, each issue of Snow Goer magazine has included a What’s Hot/What’s Not section featuring images of snowmobile life captured and submitted by readers. If you have snowmobiling photos you would like to share – whether you’d deem them “Hot” or “Not” – submit them to NLongworth@SnowGoer.com, and you may see your image in print!

Please limit submissions to two photos, and include your name and hometown with the submission. Send the photo as an attachment, and please note that low resolution images won’t reprint well in magazines — so send us only your best!

Without further adieu, here’s What’s Hot and What’s Not – as submitted by you!

 

 

Michigan snowmobile ride

“Pre-Christmas joy in Michigan powder.” Submitted by Steve and Tracey Haver of Traverse City, Michigan.

 

snowmobile in flight

“How does this snowmobiler cross the road?” Submitted by Michael Bluy of Norwich, New York.

 

kids on snowmobile

“My grandson Luke is 15 months old now, and this is one of his first snowmobile pics.” Submitted by proud Grandpa Allan Hirsch of Riverwoods, Illinois

 

mountain snowmobiling

“More Colorado fun.” Submitted by Seth Woody of Iowa City, Iowa.

 

stuck snowmobile

“The new Ostrich model definitely has some overreaction problems when hearing loud pipes!” Submitted by Adam Molitor of Sauk Rapids, MN; caption suggested by Bob Harris on the Snow Goer magazine Facebook page.

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