Snowmobiles travel down the Iron Horse Trail near St. Paul, Alberta

Enjoy Alberta’s Iron Horse Trail

Sledders will find diverse landscapes, laid-back riding, additional trail systems and lots to do on the Iron Horse Trail.
Hotshots Blazing through Brandywine

This is a shot of Kobe Woolsey getting some air, snowmobiling in Whistler on Brandywine. It was a beautiful day with lots of powder.

Contests Enter to win a four-night stay from Sunshine Houseboat Vacations Sunshine Houseboat Vacation

When you can’t enjoy the trails on your snowmobile, you can kick back and relax on a houseboat! Enter to win a four-night stay from Sunshine Houseboats, our SledTown Showdown sponsor.

The Scoop Tamara Osborne, founder of the Betties Powersports Network working hard in the not so off season to produce this years Bettie Adventures Snowmobiling film. Snowmobile season never truly ends

Summer months are spent planning

Gearboxx A unique sled cover

by Dwayne Brandly—Last season I had an opportunity to test out a new snowmobile cover made by Sno-Skinz. I put the cover to the test by hauling my sled out to Mount Pukeashun and back, as well as to my favourite local area near Alder Flats, Alberta, and several places in between.

Deanna Gordon, snowmobiler, Fruitvale, B.C.

Fruitvale has sledding tenure

With a newly awarded tenure, the Beaver Mountain Snowmobile Association of Fruitvale, B.C., is focused on growing the club membership.
October 2014 | Marie Milner
A snowmobiler travels down a groomed trail in the St. Paul region of Alberta.

A lot of miles to be made

Jerry Bidulock of St. Paul, Alberta, has ridden snowmobiles all over Canada, but finds the riding at home offers something for everyone.
October 2014 | Kristen Mitchell
Snowmobiling in Houston, BC

Test the terrain around Houston, B.C.

This part of B.C. is known for having spectacular snowmobiling territory.
September 2014 | Danielle Cameron

Find your ride in McBride

The McBride Big Country Snowmobile Association has an active grooming program and provides a welcoming environment for families to enjoy snowmobiling.
September 2014 | Trish Drinkle
Andy Weir boondocking in Fernie, B.C.

Go for the snow

The Elk Valley is notoriously known for its deep, dry snow.
September 2014 | Kirsten Armleder
Robert Vipond's son Ryan with his wife Shirley on the trail between Wanless and The Pas. Locally called the

A perfect family outing in The Pas

The Pas offers beautiful scenery, groomed trails and a safe ride for families.
September 2014 | Karen Kornelsen
Snowmobilers on a lake in Whiteshell Provincial Park, Manitoba

Bonding the Pages

Carol and Russell Page went courting on a snowmobile, and made sledding a part of the family tradition with their children.
September 2014 | Marie Milner
Shane Kruse of Tumbler Ridge, B.C.

The little club that could

The Tumbler Ridge Ridge Riders Snowmobile Association is building membership and encouraging appreciation for the area’s sledding.
September 2014 | Marie Milner
Photo Ramada Inn Creston exterior

Ramada Inn Creston

Ramada Inn Creston is where guests can relax and enjoy the breathtaking mountain views of the Kootenays.
October 2013

Town of Smoky Lake

A friendly and safe community—with fun for all ages and plenty of places to stay.

October 2013