By David McNew/Getty ImagesWireImageSignal Mountain Resort, a popular winter campground in northern Colorado, is set to host a new winter resort this year.
In addition to offering camping and ski touring, Bridgestoned resort is also hosting its first-ever event on the Snowmobile Course, a four-mile loop of snowmobile tracks on the edge of the snowcap.
In an email to Wired, Bridger Mountain Resort owner Bill McNeil said the Snowmobiles are “one of the best things we have done in the last five years” and will be a “major draw” for visitors.
“The snowmobile is the ultimate wintertime sport and we’re bringing it back,” McNeil wrote.
“We have been offering this experience for a number of years and the Bridgeston Ski Resort is the first of many resorts to host snowmobile races on the course.”
This year we will be holding a two-day event with four-hour snowmobiles and an amazing lineup of skiers and snowboarders.
“Snowmobile Racing in CanadaThe Snowmobins have been racing for more than a decade and are known for their speed, agility and skill.
But in recent years, they’ve been in a fight for the attention of the ski industry.
They’ve won two major ski championships, including one that took place at the Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada.”
It’s exciting to be back in Canada and to have a new competitor and new snowmobile to look forward to in the fall,” McNeill said.
Snowmobile racing is a fast-growing sport in Canada, with competitions taking place at four different winter ski resorts, the most popular being Snow Mountain Resort in British Columbia, where there are about 1,300 racers and teams.
Snowmobiles were banned from most outdoor sports in Canada until 2005.
The snowmobiling ban was lifted in 2012, but the sport is still banned from indoor ski courses in many states.
The ban was a result of the recent deaths of two young skiers from accidents on snowmobiles.
Bridgestone is the largest snowmobile manufacturer in the world and has a history of making snowmobilers, which have been popular in Canada.
The company manufactures over 100 snowmotorized vehicles, including the Thunderbird and Snowcat.
Snowboarders at Bridgestoning are allowed to compete in Snowmobilings International Canada (SIFCC), an annual competition to race a snowmobile on a snowboard course, but only one snowmobile can be ridden at a time.SIFcc, which takes place on March 1, is also a test for snowmobile racing to see how well it works in the snow.
The winner will be awarded a snowmobile.
Snowmobiler teams at Bridging have been known to race in races at Bridger and the Mountain.