December 2006
High Country News;12/11/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 23, p3
The article offers trivia related to health. A 185-pound person who snowmobiles for 60 minutes burned 289 calories. The same person cross-country skiing for 60 minutes lost 955 calories. In 2006, the new snowmobiles sold in the U.S. were 91,670. Seven hundred twenty of snowmobiles currently allowed in Yellowstone per day, a number the park service has proposed keeping. The average suggested retail price of a new snowmobile in North America was $8,269. In addition, the registered snowmobiles in the U.S., in million, were only 1.69.


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