Now that the snowmobile season has started for some folks, and the season is right for others who are merely awaiting the arrival of snow, it’s a good time to remind folks to send their best (and worst!) snowmobiling photos to Snow Goer magazine for its wildly popular What’s Hot/What’s Not department.

For 24 of the last 25 years, Snow Goer has dedicated at least onepage in each issue of its magazine to reader-submitted photos. The photos below are from the November 2015 issue of Snow Goer magazine, and were submitted by the readers whose names are listed in each caption. To submit your own photo, simply email them to jprusak@snowgoer.com with “What’s Hot” or “What’s Not” in the subject line.

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“Charting unclaimed snow.” Submitted by Gary Dalzell of Bayfield, Wisconsin.

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“Eli is a little possessive of his favorite snowmobile magazine.” Submitted by his grandpa, Rick Burgess of Brant, Michigan.

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snowmobile fund raiser
“The Hudson-Sioux Lookout, Dryden, Red Lake Snowarama had a successful event with 54 riders and 52 sleds. The event raised more than $20,000 for Easter Seals Kids.” Submitted by Mike Starrett of Hudson, Ontario.

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“Searching for snow in the Sierras.” Submitted by John Olson of Monterey, California.

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“Braaaaaapppp-pput-put-puh-puh-gurgle-gurgle” Photo submitted by Todd Petersen of Tower, Minnesota. Caption suggested by TJ Von Seggern on the Snow Goer magazine Facebook page.

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