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.
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Justin Boehm takes an adventurous approach to snowmobiling at Coal Creek.

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.

Snow Tracs Networking with avalanche professionals

Avy professionals meet on a regular basis to share ideas and find ways to spread information to the rest of the winter sports world.

Gearboxx Leatt SNX Pilot neck brace

Every day, we are setting new limits for ourselves and the sport—whether it’s on the track or in the backcountry—and an accident can happen at a moment’s notice. Neck protection is something many of us tend to overlook but it should be just as important as wearing a helmet and goggles.

Leatt Brace—a company headquartered in South Africa whose neck braces have become widely popular among the motocross and ATV racing populace—is now making a brace that’s specifically for snowmobiling.

Voting starts for Round 2 of SledTown ShowDown

We’re one step closer to finding Western Canada’s No. 1 snowmobiling destination.
October 2014 | Kirsten Armleder
Avalanche Canada's new logo is part of a rebranding campaign that is kicking off the 2014-15 season.

Avalanche Canada, formerly known as the Canadian Avalanche Centre, has rebranded

Avalanche Canada, formerly known as the Canadian Avalanche Centre, is moving into the 2014-15 season with a new name, its own brand and upgrades to its mobile app.
October 2014 | Jessica Kirby
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
Heather White on her sled overlooking a vista of mountains peaking through the cloud cover.

Fort McMurray, a mecca for backcountry fun and adventure

It is not uncommon to put 2,000 miles (3,219 kilometres) on your snowmobile in Fort McMurray, never touching the same ungroomed trail twice.
October 2014 | Trish Drinkle
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

Powder Springs Inn Hotel

Located in the heart of Revelstoke's historic downtown, Powder Springs Inn takes pride in clean, comfortable, and affordable rooms.

November 2013
The exterior view of Capri Motor Inn in Smither's B.C.

Capri Motor Inn

Located in beautiful downtown Smithers, the Capri Motor Inn offers you clean, comfortable accommodation at affordable prices.

December 2013