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Terms & Conditions – Booking & Cancellation Policy
These terms and conditions may be amended from time to time and apply to all of our services.

By accessing, browsing, using and/or completing a reservation through our (mobile) website you acknowledge and agree to have read, understood and agreed to the terms and conditions set out below.

JRocks Adventure Tours
Stephan Flatau
Jormvattnet 410
833 98 Gäddede

Yetisnowtours and JRocks is a tour operator, offering a range of activities in the Snow as well as lodging. 

Bookings can be made directly through JRocks and Yetisnowtours, its sub-brands and/or any other website through which JRocks makes their services available. If you are having any problems booking through JRocks website www.rocks.se then please contact our Customer Support Team.

JRocks and Yetisnowtours reserves the right to alter itineraries and/or timetables should it be necessary, due to adverse weather and or other related conditions. JRocks is not responsible for expenses and/or other related costs due to factors outside of its control, such as flight delays, changes and or cancellations, injuries, weather, war, natural disasters etc. and/or other unforeseeable matters. You are responsible for providing JRocks with the correct contact information and related details so that we can keep you informed in the event of changes made to the services booked.

1. Prices

Please note that all prices for the services provided by Jrocks and Yetisnowtours and its sub-brands are in the company's local currency, Swedish Krona (SEK). As a local operator JRocks can not be responsible for currency fluctuations and or additional fees outside its control that may be applied such as bank transfer fees, credit card fees and etc. 
All prices displayed are VAT free, so when doing your calculations, please be advised that you need to calculate with 25% VAT in Sweden. 

2. Special offers & Promotional codes

Please note that special offers such as promotional codes cannot be applied to a reservation after purchase has been made such as in the form of a refund. When offered, promotional codes and/or other special offers, must be entered into the relevant field located on the payment page upon check out at the time of booking in order to be valid and applied.

3. Pick-up & Drop-off Services

JRocks/Yetisnowtours offers pick up and drop-off services for most of its tours. Please read the tour description very carefully to see if pick-up and drop-off services are included in the price, can be added as an extras or the activity in question only offers the option of meeting us on location.

You as the traveler are responsible for your pick-up, this includes providing JRocks /Yetisnowtours with your pick up location in time as well as being ready at the correct time for the pick-up for your tour. Jrocks will provide you with information about your pick up time on your voucher which is provided upon booking. If you are unsure when to be ready for your scheduled tour then please contact our Customer Support Team.

Please note that missing the pick-up does not entitle you to a refund of the price paid for the services. You are responsible to be ready for pick up at the assigned pick up point from the start of the pick up time in order to not miss our guides when they arrive to pick you up. 

4. Meeting us on location

If you are planning to meet us on location for your tour then please be sure that this can be arranged. For most of Yetisnowtours, it is possible to meet us on location. Please read the tour description of your tour very carefully to see if meeting us on location is possible for the activity in question. Please note that there are still some tours where this can not be offered. If you are unsure which tours this follows under then please contact our Customer Support Team.

You as the traveler are responsible for arriving to the meeting point in time for your tour. This includes being ready at the correct time at the correct location in time for your adventure tour. Yetisnowtours will provide you with information about the meeting point for your tour on your voucher which is provided upon booking. If you are unsure when to arrive for your scheduled tour then please contact our Customer Support Team.

Please note that if you do not arrive in time for your tour and/or are late to the meeting point of the tour, that is to say you do not arrive to the correct meeting point at the correct time for your adventure tour then you are not entitled to a refund of the price paid for the services. 

5. Extras & Rental gear. 

Extras and rental gear can both be added upon booking your tour as well as afterwards as long as it is made no later than the evening before your tour departure date. If you have already made a reservation with us and would like to add any extras and/or rental gear to your reservation then please contact our Customer Support Team.

Please note that all extras and rental gear reservations are final. No refund is given for extras & rental gear, this includes single supplements, snowmobile shoes, winterjacket and pants or Tobe Monosuit and Helmet etc.

6. Travel insurance

As with any and all world travel, we strongly recommend that you purchase travel a travel insurance policy in your home country that covers your cost should you have to cancel your travel reservation with short notice. These kind of travel insurances are not expensive and frequently cover other risks. Having travel insurances is always a good idea when traveling around the world. 

7. Swedish weather and conditions

All adventure trips and outdoor activities are dependent on weather and general conditions. Rocks/ Yetisnowtours reserves the right to alter routes, itineraries, departure times and or cancel your trip without prior notice with your safety in mind, should the necessity arise.

Please keep in mind that Sweden is and will always be Sweden. The weather changes fast up here in the northern country and with it, conditions change. Our guides are specially trained to deal with changing conditions and their number one priority is to make decisions with your safety in mind. Please be aware of this and respect your guides authority to do so. This is especially valid for winter travel in Sweden.

Rocks/ Yetisnowtours can not be held responsible for any loss, damage, accident, injury, sickness, schedule change or other factors due to weather, strike, natural disasters or any other cause beyond JRocks/ Yetisnowtours control. Rocks and Yetisnowtours acts in good faith and cannot be held responsible for defaults or delays of organizations that are not a part of the JRocks family such as individual agencies, hotels, other tour operators, airlines, guides, restaurants or any other person's or company's act.

In the case of any changes to flights (domestic and international), the passenger is responsible for any additional costs incurred as a result of such changes (i.e. additional hotel nights, meals, transfers, etc.), at the time provided. We, therefore, advise all customers to have comprehensive travel insurance to meet all contingencies.

8. Clothing

Appropriate footwear and suitable outdoor clothing must be worn. We reserve the right to refuse participation to customers who are dressed inappropriately or with inappropriate footwear since this will put the client's well-being and safety at risk.

9. Luggage

Please note that JRocks/ Yetisnowtours cannot be held responsible for damaged luggage if it is taken on the tour. Luggage storage can be bought as an optional extra if the customer would like to securely store their luggage while on the multi-day adventure.

10. Assumed risk & Outdoor activities

Guests/Clients are advised that all activities are undertaken entirely at their own risk and they must behave in a fit and proper manner at all times in accordance with JRocks/ Yetisnowtours or their partners' guidelines and must take proper responsibility for their own safety. All adventure tours and outdoor activities carry inherent risks and JRocks or its partners do not assume any responsibility for accidents that are caused by its customers or can be traced to their own actions or are caused by factors outside of human control (Force majeure). With the purchase of your trip you agree to these conditions, understand its implications and accept responsibility for your participation in your trip. Depending on the excursion, you may be requested to sign an additional liability release.

Our guides reserve the right to refuse participation to any customer who they believe will not be able to complete the tour because of their physical condition, injury or illness. In such cases, full cancellation charges apply.

We reserve the right to refuse participation to clients that are being physically or verbally abusive, or if they pose a threat to staff members or fellow travelers in any other way. We also reserve the right to cancel any reservation if we see a participant not fit for the trip he signed up for to ensure their and the groups safety.

11. Alcohol and drugs

We reserve the right to refuse participation to clients we believe are under the influence of alcohol or drugs, in such circumstances, no refund shall be given. Our guides reserve the right to refuse participation to any customer whose conduct or manner is likely to cause offence, upset or put other passengers in danger. In such cases, full cancellation charges apply.

12. Reviews & Feedback 

Rocks and Yetisnowtours welcomes all feedback, both positive as well as negative as it helps us improve our overall services, and performance. We would greatly appreciate it if you could share your tour experience with us. 

Please note that all complaints must reach JRocks/ Yetisnowtours within 5 days from the completion of your tour. Otherwise, possible compensation is not valid.

JRocks Snowtours Cancellation Policy

All cancellation fees held by JRocks are only intended to cover our direct cost of amending and/or canceling your reservation.

All communications relating to these terms and conditions (in particular any requests to cancel or amend your tour arrangements) must be from the lead traveler of each reservation and processed through the the website portal where travelers can manage their bookings. Once delivered the amendment and/or cancellation needs to be confirmed by JRocks before further action can be taken. If reimbursement is in order, then it shall be made in accordance with all procedures and processed as quickly as possible, and the stipulated amount will be transferred to the same credit card that was used upon booking. Please note that we can not be responsible for delays of the delivery of the reimbursement to your account once it has been processed on our end. For tours purchased through another vendor please reach out to the vendor directly with your refund and/or cancellation request.

Cancellation fees & charges

As we start to incur costs from the time the contract is confirmed we will apply cancellation charges as shown below from the time when written notification of the cancellation is received:

Cancellation of Day Tours

• More than 24 hours' notice - Full refund

• Less than 24 hours' notice - No refund

For all bookings of day tours operated by JRocks (or any of JRocks sub-brands), a minimum of 24 hours' notice of cancellation prior to your scheduled tour departure is required for a full refund. If a cancellation is made with less than 24 hours' notice prior to departure no refund is given. For the 24-hour policy to be applicable cancellations need to be made and delivered to JRocks through the website. The 24-hour policy does not honor cancellation requests sent through other channels.

Please note that this does not apply to airplane or helicopter tours, see here below for details.

Cancellations of Multi-day, Self-Drive, Stopover Packages, Group & Trekking Tours

• More than 28 days' notice - 80% refund

• Less than 28 days' notice - 50% refund

• Less than 48 hours' notice - No refund

Cancellations with more than 28 days' notice before trip departure

You will be refunded 80% of the total tour price. 20% is non-refundable, as this represents our direct cost of booking and preparing your tour.

Cancellations with less than 28 days' notice before trip departure

You will be refunded 50% of your total tour price. 50% is non-refundable, as this represents our direct cost of canceling any arrangements made for your tour.

Cancellations with less than 48-hours' notice before trip departure

No refund will be given if tours are canceled with less than 48 hours' notice, as Arctic Adventures will be charged for all costs such as guides, transport etc.

20% of the price of your trip is non-refundable, this percentage reflects our cost of booking and preparing your trip.

Self Drive tours are not eligible for partial cancellations of included activities and/or passenger count. Complete cancellations follow the terms mentioned here above.

Cancellations of Private & Customized Tours

• More than 10 weeks' notice - 80% refund

• Less than 10 weeks' notice - 50% refund

• Less than 6 weeks' notice - No refund

Cancellations made with more than 10 weeks' notice (prior to departure)

You will be refunded 90% of the total tour price. 20% is non-refundable, as this represents our direct cost of booking and preparing your tour.

Cancellations made with less than 10 weeks' notice

You will be refunded 50% of the total tour price. 50% is non-refundable, as this represents our direct cost of canceling any arrangements made for your tour.

Cancellations made with less than 6 weeks' notice

No refund will be given if tours are canceled with less than 6 weeks notice, as Arctic Adventures will be charged for all costs such as guides, transport etc.

If a tour is booked with less than 10 weeks' notice, please ask for a customized cancellation policy.

Cancellations of Airplane & Helicopter Tours

• More than 72 hours' notice - 80% refund

• Less than 72 hours' notice - 50% refund

• Less than 48 hours' notice - No refund

Cancellations made with more than 72 hours' notice (prior to departure)

You will be refunded 80% of the total tour price. 20% is non-refundable, as this represents our direct cost of booking and preparing your tour.

Cancellations made with less than 72 hours' notice

You will be refunded 50% of the total tour price. 50% is non-refundable, as this represents our direct cost of canceling any arrangements made for your tour.

Cancellations made with less than 48 hours' notice

No refund will be given if tours are canceled with less than 48 hours' notice, as Arctic Adventures will be charged for all costs such as guides, transport etc.

Please make sure to fill in and/or provide all necessary details upon booking your adventure tour/s. Once you have completed the booking process a booking confirmation will follow, containing your booking number and the voucher/s for the services booked. The voucher will be your proof of payment so please bring it with you on the day of your tour. Please note that you are responsible for carefully checking all details on your confirmation and related travel documents to ensure that they are correct. In the event of a discrepancy, such as booking mistakes where the wrong date and/or an incorrect number of participants was booked please contact JRocks immediately as it may not be possible to make amendments to your reservation when it gets closer to your departure date. JRocks cannot be responsible for mistakes in the booking process. 

Car Rental Snowmobile Snowbike and ATV Terms and Conditions

This applies to the rental vehicles that are included in Self Drive packages, and direct rentals. This also adheres to rentals from third parties.

Obligations of the Lessee

1) The lessee agrees to the provisions of this lease and has received a copy of it.

2) The lessee will return the vehicle:

a) And all accessories (including shovel, backpack, tools) in the condition they were when received, with the exception of normal wear due to use.

b) On the date specified in this lease, unless otherwise agreed upon later.

c) To the lessor's premises, unless otherwise specified.

3) If the lessee does not return the vehicle at the time agreed upon in this lease, or does not declare his intention to extend the lease, the lessor or the police is authorized to repossess the vehicle without further notice and at the lessee's expence. Extending the lease is dependent upon the consent of the lessor. If the lessee returns the vehicle 1 hour or later after the lease has expired, the lessor is authorized to demand up to 24-hours rental under the terms of this lease.

4) The vehicle shall be handled and driven carefully. Only those named as drivers on the first page of this agreement are authorized to drive the vehicle. The lessee is liable for damages resulting from the use of the vehiclee for which no compensation will be paid by the vehicle's insurance company. This includes damage to the vehicle and/or injury to passengers due to the following:

a) Off-road driving.

b) Driving across rivers or any kind of water course.

c) Intentional acts or gross negligence.

d) Use of intoxicants by the driver.

e) Vehicle use that contravenes swedish law and/or the provisions of this lease.

5) In the event of a collision or accident, the lessee shall immediately notify the appropriate police authorities as well as the lessor of the incident, and the lessee may not leave the scene before the police has arrived.

6) The number of kilometers (km) that the vehicle will be driven while this lease is in force is determined by reading a normal odometer supplied with the vehicle by the manufacturer. The lessee shall notify the lessor as soon as possible if the odometer is out of order or stops functioning during the term of the lease.

7) The lessor is not responsible for the disappearance of or damages to property that the lessee or any other party leaves in or transports with the vehicle.

8) The lessee agrees to pay the lessor, upon request:

a) A deposit amounting to the estimated cost of hiring the vehicle.

b) Any and all expenses incurred by the lessor if he has to bring the vehicle back to his premises, in the event that it has been left somewhere without supervision, regardless of the condition of the vehicle, the roads or the weather.

9) The lessee is not authorized to have repairs done or make changes to the vehicle or its accessories, or to put the vehicle up as any kind of security, without the prior consent of the lessor.

10) The lessee is not authorized to use the vehicle for transporting passengers for payment, loan it to others, or sublease it.

Obligations of the Lessor:

12) The lessor will supply the vehicle at the agreed time and make sure it meets all the demands.

13) If the vehicle malfunctions, the lessor shall supply the lessee with a comparable vehicle as soon as possible. If the damages are minor, the lessor is authorized to have repairs done on the vehicle after obtaining the lessee's consent.

14) The lessor shall inform the lessee of the content of this agreement, particularly as to the regards of the obligations that the lessee undertakes by signing it.

15) The lessor shall inform a foreign lessee about swedish traffic regulations, traffic signs, and regulations banning off-road driving. The lessor shall particularly point out the danger stemming from animals on the roads, as well as the dangers of driving in the back country.

16) If the lessor wants to limit the use of the vehicle in regard to its equipment and/or road conditions, this shall be done in writing before this lease is signed.

17) The lessor will maintain valid liability insurance for his business operations.


18) The lease sum/rental fee includes mandatory vehicle insurance.

19) Third-party liability insurance consists of the amount stipulated by swedish law at any given time.

this does not include:

a) intentional damages or damages due to gross negligence on the part of the driver.

b) damages resulting from the driver being under the influence of alcohol, stimulants or sedatives, or in any other way incapable of driving the vehicle in a safe manner.

c) Damages due to race or test driving,

d) Damages due to war, revolution, civil unrest, riots.

e) Damages done by animals.

f) Holes burned into seats, carpets, or mats.

g) Damages affecting only wheels, tires, suspension, batteries, glass (other than windows), radios, or loss by theft of parts of the vehicle and damages resulting from this.

i) Damages resulting from driving in places where vehicle traffic is prohibited, such as paths, tracks, banks of snow, ice, unbridged rivers or streams, beaches, places only accessible at low tide, or other trackless areas. However, compensation will be paid for damages if the driver is forced to leave the road, for example, due to road repairs.

l) In other instances, reference is made to the general conditions for accident /All-risks insurance.

General provisions

20) Additions and amendments to the conditions and provisions of this lease agreement shall be made in writing.

21) swedish law applies to agreements made on the basis of the terms cited above. This includes any claims for compensation that might be made. It also applies to the basis for and the calculation of compensation. The same applies to claims for damages based on liability outside this agreement. If legal disputes arise concerning this lease agreement, they will be heard before the lessor's legal venue.

26) It should be pointed out that disputes between the parties to this lease agreement can be submitted to the active Arbitration committee of the swedish Consumers Association and the SwedishTravel Industry Association.

27) In the course of the performance of the rental process, it is necessary to collect some personal data. It is mandatory to provide all the requested information. In the absence of such information, rental organization will not be able to correctly process your rental. The rental service provider will use your personal data to assist you with reserving, renting, and leasing vehicles and for marketing purposes. You may correct factual errors in that data or exercise your right to access, update, or delete personal data by sending a request to the rental company using the contact details provided in the rental agreement that you signed when you collected the vehicle.The Data Controller may transfer your personal data to entities in the car rental association located in: (i) the EU or (ii) the United States which adhere to the Safe Harbor principles. The company may use your personal data to (i) provide effective services, (ii) conduct analytic and/or direct marketing activities, and (iii) allow the rental service provider to undertake customer satisfaction surveys by email or by contacting you on your cell phone or other number listed on the rental agreement or otherwise provided to the rental service provider. Where required by law, you consent to the use of your personal data for the purposes in this section and to the transfer of your personal data to entities in the car rental service provider located outside of your country. For more information, please consult the rental service provider. They may also use and disclose personal data to respond to legal requirements (e.g. request from law enforcement agencies), to enforce local policies, to respond to claims or to protect the rights, property, or safety of others.

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Who we are & what personal data we collect and why we collect it

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For users that register on our website (if any), we also store the personal information they provide in their user profile. All users can see, edit, or delete their personal information at any time (except they cannot change their username). Website administrators can also see and edit that information.

What rights you have over your data

If you have an account on this site, or have left comments, you can request to receive an exported file of the personal data we hold about you, including any data you have provided to us. You can also request that we erase any personal data we hold about you. This does not include any data we are obliged to keep for administrative, legal, or security purposes.

Where we send your data

Visitor comments may be checked through an automated spam detection service.

Your contact information

Additional information

How we protect your data

What data breach procedures we have in place

What third parties we receive data from

What automated decision making and/or profiling we do with user data

Industry regulatory disclosure requirements

Transparency and open communication are matters to Jrocks is fully committed both internally and externally. Important information about and details of how to contact Jrocks easily can be found here.

Jrocks is a private Company under Schwedisch law, with its registered office in Jormvattnet.


Stephan Flatau


Jormvattnet 410

83398 Gäddede

JRocks is neither committed nor obliged to participate in dispute resolution before a consumer arbitration board.

Online dispute resolution according to Article 14 (1) of the Regulation on consumer ODR: 

Platform of the EU Commission regarding out-of-court online dispute resolution: https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr/.


Terms and Standards of Operation:

Use of the products and services contained on the website herein is contingent on the acceptance of the following terms:

_______1. Helmets must be worn at all times.

_______2.Lessee agrees that the rented Equipment has been received in good condition and represents and warrants that it will be returned in the same condition, notwithstanding ordinary wear and tear.

_______3. Lessee understands and acknowledges that the activity to be engaged in through Lessor’s lease of the Leased Equipment brings with it both known and unanticipated risks that could result in property damage, physical or emotional injury, paralysis, death or other damage or injury to Lessee, its guests, its invitees or third parties. Lessee understands that such risks simply cannot be eliminated without jeopardizing the essential qualities of the activity. Those risks include, but are not limited to, falling, slipping, flipping, rolling, crashing and colliding.

_______4. Lessee agrees to release, forever discharge and hold harmless Lessor for any injuries including death, loss, damages or claims that result from any cause whatsoever including failure of Lessor to safeguard or protect me from risk; including any injuries, loss, claims or damages asserted by Lessee’s guests or third parties.

_______5. Lessee agrees to supervise both the Leased Equipment and its use at all times the Leased Equipment is in the possession of Lessee. Lessee agrees to follow the directions and safety rules as posted on the Leased Equipment or as otherwise provided to Lessee by Lessor including all laws of the State of Washington.

_______6. Lessee understands that the Leased Equipment is rented “as is” and with no warranties, express or implied. Lessee accepts full responsibility for the care of the Leased Equipment during the rental period. Lessee aggress to pay for any damage that occurs to the Leased Equipment regardless of the circumstances under which such damage may occur. Lessee agrees to pay for any lost rental income for the period of time the Leased Equipment is out of services due to damage for which Lessee is responsible. Lessee agrees to pay all costs, including reasonable attorney’s fees, incurred to enforce any terms of this Contract.

_______7. Lessee acknowledges and represents that it has adequate liability insurance to cover any bodily injury or property damage which might occur to itself, its guests or its invitees from the use of the unit being rented or else lessee agrees to bear the costs of defense and liability of any such injury or damage itself.

_______8. Lessee acknowledges that the Leased Equipment shall not be operated by anyone not named on this Contract, by anyone whose riding ability is impaired by alcohol, drugs, fatigue or medications, or to tow or push any vehicle or person.

_______9. In the event that Lessee files a cause of action against Lessor, Lessee agrees to do so solely in the counrty of Sweden, and further agrees that the substantive law of that country shall apply in that action without regard to the conflict of law rules of that state.

_______10. Lessee acknowledges that he/she has read the document titled “Participant Agreement, Release and Assumption of Risk” (“Release Agreement”), which releases LSR from all liability whatsoever, and voluntarily agrees to all of the terms of that Release Agreement.

_______11. Lessee acknowledges that sufficient time and opportunity were provided to read this entire Contract, and understands its content and is executing it freely and without duress and agrees to be bound by its terms.

Participant agreement, release and assumption of risk

In consideration of the services of Jrocks Snowtours, their agents, owners, officers, volunteers, participants, employees, and all other persons or entities acting in any capacity on their behalf (hereinafter collectively referred to as "JRocks"), I hereby agree to release, indemnify, and discharge JRocks, on behalf of myself, my spouse, my children, my parents, my heirs, assigns, personal representative and estate as follows:

1. I acknowledge that my participation outdoor and/or in snowmobiling activities entails known and unanticipated risks that could result in physical or emotional injury, paralysis, death, or damage to myself, to property, or to third parties. I understand that such risks simply cannot be eliminated without jeopardizing the essential qualities of the activity.

The risks include, among other things: being lost or separated from their guides or companions; loss of control of the snowmobile, traveling in forested areas, rugged terrain, or inclement weather; exposure to elements, altitude, and cold including hypothermia, frostbite, acute mountain sickness, exhaustion, pinches, bruises, abrasions, strains, cuts and lacerations; exhaustion; sunburn, dehydration; burns; improper lifting or carrying; steepness of slopes, snow depth, instability of snow pack or varying and difficult weather; avalanches; riding on uneven snow covered terrain, changing snow conditions and variations in elevations; falls from the equipment; collision with trees, rocks, and other manmade or natural obstacles; encounters with animals and wildlife; mechanical and/or equipment problems or failure accidents or illness can occur in remote places without immediate medical facilities; my own physical condition, and the physical exertion associated with this activity.

Furthermore, JRocks employees have difficult jobs to perform. They seek safety, but they are not infallible. They might be unaware of a participant's fitness or abilities. They might misjudge the weather or other environmental conditions. They may give incomplete warnings or instructions, and the equipment being used might malfunction.

2. I expressly agree and promise to accept and assume all of the risks existing in this activity. My participation in this activity is purely voluntary, and I elect to participate in spite of the risks.

3. I hereby voluntarily release, forever discharge, and agree to indemnify and hold harmless JRocks from any and all claims, demands, or causes of action, which are in any way connected with my participation in this activity or my use of JRocks’s equipment or facilities, including any such claims which allege negligent acts or omissions of JRocks.

4. Should Jrocks or anyone acting on their behalf, be required to incur attorney's fees and costs to enforce this agreement, I agree to indemnify and hold them harmless for all such fees and costs.

5. I certify that I have adequate insurance to cover any injury or damage I may cause or suffer while participating, or else I agree to bear the costs of such injury or damage myself. I further certify that I am willing to assume the risk of any medical or physical condition I may have.

6. In the event that I file a lawsuit against JRocks, I agree to do so solely in the country of Sweden, and I further agree that the substantive law of that state shall apply in that action without regard to the conflict of law rules of that state. I agree that if any portion of this agreement is found to be void or unenforceable, the remaining document shall remain in full force and effect.

By signing this document, I acknowledge that if anyone is hurt or property is damaged during my participation in this activity, I may be found by a court of law to have waived my right to maintain a lawsuit against JRocks on the basis of any claim from which I have released them herein. I have had sufficient opportunity to read this entire document. I have read and understood it, and I agree to be bound by its terms.

JRocks Snowmobile Rentals Instruction Sheet

I have listened to the safety talk

I have a cell phone

I have a map

I know how to start machine

I know the proper way to lift machine

I know how to lean into a turn

I know not to drive outside the marked trails unless areas marked as freeride areas

I know how to release the emergency brake

I know I am not allowed to cross railroad tracks for any reason

I know if riding with passanger he/she needs to get of the snowmobile when crossing the road

I am aware there are other snowmobiles and people on the same trails I will be riding

I will practice using the break 20 times in the first 10 minutes

I will drive 5 MPH for the first 5 minutes

Any user who books services with Jrocks Snowtours agrees to abide by the above terms.

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