- Expert guide
- Ski-Doo snowmobile rental
- Avalanche safety backpack (avalanche transceiver, probe, shovel)
- Lunch (in the mountains)
This list might be modified from time to time. It is recommended to contact the Outfitter to make sure this list is updated.
What to pack
BRP recommends guests wear appropriate protective clothing/accessories, and bring extra layers in case of weather changes.
- Boots (snowboard boots or insulated boots are recommended)
- Ski or snowboard jacket
- Under layers
- Trail permit
- Credit card
- Valid ID (driver's license for states requiring it)
It is recommended to contact the Outfitter to make sure you bring everything required. Some might rent some accessories stated.
Drivers and passengers must be able to firmly lay both feet on the footrests and keep their hands on the handlebar controls or the seat. It is important to note that regulations and requirements about your trip are set by the relevant country, state, province and/or Outfitter. Please make sure to confirm all requirements with the Outfitter before heading out on your adventure.
For most adventures, everyone is welcome. However, BRP recommends contacting your Outfitter before you go to make sure you have the right skill-level, experience, and stamina for your particular tour.
BRP and the Uncharted Society team encourage the participants and the Outfitters to follow the latest sanitary measures, ensuring the safety and health of everyone.
Riding safely and responsibly is the best way to have a blast in the snow. Whether you are new to snowmobiling or an old pro, BRP encourages riding safely and responsibly. Follow the latest Ski-Doo tips and tricks here!