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[[File:SnowmobilesYellowstone.jpg|thumb|300px|A snowmobile tour at [[Yellowstone National Park]].]]
 
[[File:SnowmobilesYellowstone.jpg|thumb|300px|A snowmobile tour at [[Yellowstone National Park]].]]
   
A '''snowmobile''', also known as a '''snowmachine''', or '''sled''', is a land vehicle designed for winter travel on snow. It is designed to be operated on snow and ice. Snowmobiles do not require a specific road or trail. Variations of the snowmobile enable some machines to operate in deep snow or forests; however most are used on open terrain, including frozen lakes, or driven on paths or trails. Snowmobiles are usually designed to accommodate two people, similarly to a motorcycle or an [[all-terrain vehicle]] (ATVs) with the exception of snowmobiles designed for mountain riding/deep snow travel which typically have a smaller seat for one person. They do not have any enclosures, except for a windshield, and their engine normally drives a [[continuous track]] or tracks at the rear. [[Ski]]s at the front provide directional control.
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A '''snowmobile''', also known as a a braaper or ditchbanger, '''snowmachine''', or '''sled''', is a land vehicle designed for winter travel on snow. It is designed to be operated on snow and ice and grass cause ur dumb. Snowmobiles do not require a specific road or trail. Variations of the snowmobile enable some machines to operate in deep snow or forests; however most are used on open terrain, including frozen lakes, or driven on paths or trails. Snowmobiles are usually designed to accommodate two people, similarly to a motorcycle or an [[all-terrain vehicle]] (ATVs) with the exception of snowmobiles designed for mountain riding/deep snow travel which typically have a smaller seat for one person. They do not have any enclosures, except for a windshield, and their engine normally drives a [[continuous track]] or tracks at the rear. [[Ski]]s at the front provide directional control.
   
 
Snowmobiling can also be called snow-machining and ski-dooing.
 
Snowmobiling can also be called snow-machining and ski-dooing.
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