STANGER HILLS TRAIL CONDITION:SEASONAL RESTRICTION DEC 1 - APR 1

Trails are for SNOWMOBILE ONLY once groomed in the Stanger Area

Stanger Hills:

STAGING AREA PIN:


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TRAIL MAP:


 Stanger Hills Trail Map


 

Rules for Stanger Hills Multi Use Trails

Maintained and Developed by Volunteers


Our goals is to provide safe trails with minimum impact on wildlife and the environment.

Property of Lac. Ste. Anne County

  • Use trails at own risk
  • No overnight camping
  • Fires only in designated metal contained fire pits

             
Speed limits
  • 10 km staging area
  • 20 km trails
  • 40 km snowmobiles on groomed trail
  • No hunting
  • No discharging of firearms
  • All vehicles restricted to designated trails
  • Destruction of property, trees or environment is strictly prohibited, violators will be prosecuted
  • Video surveillance on trails
  • Off highway vehicles are strongly encouraged to carry proof of belonging to an accepted provincial organization (ie. ASA – Alberta Snowmobile Association, AOVA – Alberta Off-highway Vehicle Association)
  • Maximum total weight 1500 lbs (680kg) with low pressure tires
  • Max width 65” (1.65m)
  • Provincial laws must be adhered to
  • Trails are closed if conditions are wet or due to other environmental conditions (check website for updates)
  • Respect groomed snowmobile trails, for snowmobile use only Dec 1st - April 1st.
  • All vehicles shall adhere to OEM or equivalent sound suppression & spark arrester.
  • “Pack In Pack Out!” Garbage service is not provided. Please remove your garbage.
  • Call 911 for Emergencies. Legal land description “SE 5-55-6 W5M”, rural address “6416 Twp. Rd. 550”

 

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