A younger man wearing a blue WCHA shirt.

The reignition of hillclimb racing

Tyler Collett aims to grow the sport of snowmobiling by bringing back hillclimb racing to Western Canada.
Hotshots Summit down

It happens to the best of us—Ryan Davis takes a break from digging out his sled after he got stuck in some trees while sledding in the deep snow near McBride, B.C.

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 A skidoo and a Artic Cat sled on a trailer. A snowmobiler’s pet peeves

Sometimes snowmobilers encounter stereotypes that make us cringe. Here is a list of some pet peeves submitted by real-life shredders.

Gearboxx Sena SMH10 Snowmobile Bluetooth Headset & Intercom review

Before the 2012-2013 sledding season began, I received the SMH10 Snowmobile Bluetooth Headset & Intercom dual pack from Sena Technologies for testing. The package came with a pair of Bluetooth 3.0 stereo headsets, which offer long-range intercom capabilities for sledders.

Snowmobilers looking down at a fjord in Norway.

Snowmobiling in: Norway

In this week's World Snowmobile Invasion (WSI) blog, we take a look at Norway—one of the six countries being represented at the upcoming WSI in Whitecourt, Alberta.
November 2014 | Kirsten Armleder

Provincial SledTown winners face off in Round 5

Round 5 will determine the two semi-finalists in the 2015 SledTown ShowDown contest.
November 2014 | Kirsten Armleder
A presentation being made a lecture hall at College of the Rockies.

Pre-season avalanche safety tune-up

After six months of no sledding, we’re all eager to hit the hills and smash some powder, but before we go, the people at Avalanche Canada (AC) want us to do four things:
November 2014 | Kirsten Armleder
Brent Strand sharing some words of advice and laughter with Revelstoke Riders.

New outreach coordinator for Avalanche Canada

Brent Strand's goal is to positively impact the snowmobile community by promoting avalanche safety.
November 2014 | Trish Drinkle
snowmobiles in Buffalo, New York

Snowmobiles to the rescue in Buffalo

As a deadly snowstorm paralyzed the city, volunteers on snow machines worked to rescue stranded residents.
November 2014 | Trish Drinkle
Essential clothing equipment. A jacket,

Essentials for the first time snowmobiler

Investing in comfort and safety is money well spent and may even save your life.
November 2014 | Trish Drinkle
Riders enjoy the trails around St. Paul, Alberta.

Snowmobiling in the Lakeland region

Cruise the trails and visit the snowmobile-friendly towns in this scenic part of Alberta.
November 2014 | Danielle Cameron
Shannon Scott of Regina, Saskatchewan

Sled safely in Saskatchewan

The Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association recommends alertness, common sense and formal training for safe and enjoyable snowmobiling.
November 2014 | Marie Milner
Winter setting of the Hudson Bay Lodge in Smithers, B.C.

Hudson Bay Lodge

Nestled among the majestic mountains of the beautiful Bulkley Valley, first-class hospitality and a warm welcome await you at Hudson Bay Lodge in Smithers, B.C.

December 2013
Super 8 in Dauphin, Manitoba

Super 8 Motel — Dauphin

Super 8 Manitoba hotel, a haven for outdoor enthusiasts.
June 2014