Picture of snowmobiler holding up a cell phone with the Snow Trails app on it.
SnoRiders Insider Polaris® releases all-new “Snow Trails,” the next generation in RiderX mobile apps

At the core of this must-have mobile application for snowmobilers is a new map, purpose-built with feedback from over 250,000 hardcore riders.

Gear Free Avalanche Skills Training Level 1 course

Enter our Hotshots contest for your chance to win a free Avalanche Skills Training Level 1 course (AST 1) from Zac's Tracs Avalanche Skills Training.

by Kirsten Armleder
A Marlon XPlore Pro sled deck with two 174-inch sleds on it.
Gear New XPlore series aluminum truck decks by Marlon

Marlon Recreational Products Ltd. has a new series of aluminum sled decks that come with all the bells and whistles to make our life as backcountry sl

by Kirsten Armleder
The lookout spot along Trail 552 between Bellsite and the Fish Road shelter
Swan River, MB Swan Valley, Manitoba, is a sledder’s snowy paradise of mixed terrain

Swan Valley, Manitoba, has a mixed terrain that will keep sledders happy

by Jillian Clark
Graphic of the SnoRiders SledTown ShowDown contest, round 4.
SnoRiders Insider Midpoint snapshot: quest for provincial champs underway in round 4 of SledTown ShowDown

The 2016 SledTown ShowDown has seen over 30,000 votes placed so far this year.

Top Secret Shop's Brandon Micku whipping it on a fine bluebird day
Gear Top Secret? Or top quality and attention to detail

The Top Secret Shop has been producing and marketing products for over 30 years

by Trish Drinkle
A photo of a mountain bowl near Mackenzie, B.C.
Mackenzie, BC Top three riding areas in Mackenzie, B.C.

Three sledding areas around Mackenzie, B.C.

by Jessica Kirby
Looking over a sledder's shoulder at the trail going through heavily wooded forest.
Whitecourt, AB Alberta’s must-ride circle tour

The Golden Triangle Trail is a well-marked and maintained trail that takes sledders through the heart of Woodlands County.

by Kirsten Armleder
St. Paul, AB A top destination along the Iron Horse Trail

The town of St. Paul is a friendly haven for snowmobilers riding Alberta’s Iron Horse Trail.

by Kirsten Armleder
A Ski-Doo sled parked on a lake with the pink sunset behind it.
Lac la Biche, AB Scenery, services and the lengthiest trail in Alberta

Alberta’s Lakeland is an open canvas of natural beauty, and running straight through the heart of it is the Iron Horse Trail.

by Kirsten Armleder
Picture of new orange snowmobile SnoPass license plate.
SnoRiders Insider Snoman’s new “orange” Snopass license plate

Snoman (Snowmobilers of Manitoba) Inc. is pleased that Manitoba Public Insurance has released the highly visible plate for snowmobiles.

Sledding on the Watt Mountain Loop
High Level, AB Sledding in High Level, Alberta

Sledding in High Level, Alberta, means numerous opportunities for powder and family riding.

by Karen Kornelsen
A snowmobile trail west of Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan
Tisdale, SK So much to explore in Northeast Saskatchewan

Discover numerous trails and destinations in Northeast Saskatchewan

by Karen Kornelsen
Picture of a group of snowmobilers gathered together in a circle.
SnoRiders Insider “Snowmobiling” a unique partnership between the manufacturers and their customers

The same trails that are used on a daily basis in the winter by snowmobile enthusiasts are also enjoyed by snowmobile industry employees.

Picture of Tucker Hibbert at the 2014 Duluth National.
SnoRiders Insider Tucker Hibbert to begin quest for 10th National Snocross Championship title

The 24th Annual Duluth National at Spirit Mountain marks the first of the eight-stop, 17-round 2015-2016 ISOC National Snocross tour.