Thank you for taking the time to apply to reportship on SnowTracks.com.
If the page you are requesting to report on is up please check the information and pictures on the page to make sure it is up to date.
If it ia not feel free to send the updates to us. We would be happy to make the changes. We can add videos, webcams and any new text and photos.
If the page does not exist, please send any text, photos, videos, web cam links, or club information for the area.
You will be the only reporter that will have access to the reporting page.
Once we receive all of the information we can have the page built and up within 48 hours. You can then log in and start reporting.
As a “Snow Tracks” reporter we ask that you please be willing to provide at least one updated report weekly on area snowmobile trail conditions. Areas that report 3 -5 times a week attract the most interested viewers, so we encourage more than one report a week, but it is not mandatory.
Information like number of miles of trails, annual snowfall on average, area attractions, and local pictures if available. This information will become part of your area report page and will give the viewer a good feel of what snowmobiling opportunities are available in your area.
Area snowmobile club information is always a bonus. Providing a link to your clubs web site or a write up on the area club provides a total area informative package. Club logos and pictures are always welcome.
Please feel free to post about your club and their events. No posting about local businesses, non club events, or any other for-profit business that is not an advertiser on the site. It is not fair to businesses that pay to advertise their businesses.
Please send all information to: firstname.lastname@example.org with SnowTracks Reporter Information in the Subject area.
Feel free to call Darrel at 773-539-4775 if you have any questions about what you need to send.
Julie Von Bergen
President – Outdoor Network/JRVBR, Inc.