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OUR EVENT MUST BE ACCESSED EITHER BY STAYING ON-SITE OR BY USING THE GRAVEL ROADS THAT CONNECT FROM THE CITY OF McCALL TO BRUNDAGE MOUNTAIN RESORT.
OLD BRUNDAGE MOUNTAIN GRAVEL ROAD WILL BE THE QUICKEST ROUTE AND WILL BE CLEARLY MARKED WITH UTV TAKEOVER SIGNS. TO ACCESS THIS GRAVEL ROAD FROM McCALL SIMPLY FOLLOW HIGHWAY 55 WEST 2.6 MILES FROM THE CENTER OF TOWN. TAKE A RIGHT ON OLD BRUNDAGE MOUNTAIN ROAD. THIS 10 MILE LONG GRAVEL ROAD WILL LEAD YOU DIRECTLY TO UTV TAKEOVER. THIS WILL BE A SHORT RIDE IN A UTV AND THE ROUTE WILL BE CLEARLY MARKED WITH LARGE UTV TAKEOVER SIGNS.
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PLEASE VISIT
1. All OHV's must display a current OHV certificate of number sticker when operated on public lands or roads.
2. Non-residents are required to have either a valid OHV registration from their home state of residence or a valid IDPR OHV certificate of number sticker. Non-residents must purchase an Idaho restricted vehicle license plate with a valid IDPR OHV certificate of number sticker if they don’t have a plate and wish to operate on Idaho’s local jurisdiction roads (i.e. county roads). THESE PLATES CAN BE PURCHASE FROM THE IDPR FOR $19.50 AND CAN BE PURCHASED OVER THE PHONE PRIOR TO THE EVENT. WE RECOMMEND DOING THIS PRIOR TO THE EVENT AND HAVING THEM SHIPPED TO YOUR HOUSE. THIS IS A QUICK AND EASY PROCESS AND WILL GIVE YOU ACCESS TO ALL PAVED AND GRAVEL ROADS IN THE AREA. HOWEVER THIS WILL NOT GIVE YOU ACCESS TO THE HIGHWAY.
3. Riders and passengers on an ATV, UTV, or motorbike who are under age 18 must wear a helmet.
4. Any person without a valid driver's license who wishes to operate an OHV on US Forest Service roads must take an IDPR-approved OHV safety course and carry their completion certificate while operating their OHV.
5. Riders 15 years and younger who wish to operate an OHV on Idaho roads must also be supervised by a licensed adult operator.
6. It is illegal to drive an OHV while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
7. Lights must be used between sunset and sunrise.
8. Ride only in OHV designated areas.
9. Ride on the right side of the road or trail and in single file.
10. Be alert to oncoming traffic, especially on blind curves or in dips and crests of hills.
11. Be sure your brakes will control and stop your OHV.
12. Mufflers with an approved spark arrestor are required on all OHVs
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