SledLife

Good news for snowmobilers from AccuWeather’s 2017-2018 winter forecast

Snowstorms to frequent Ontario, Quebec; Dangerously cold air to grip the Prairies; and Early snow in Western Canada

The MMSRA is open to kids who are between 4.5 and 14 years old. Darryl Gershman photo.

The next generation of snowmobile racers

MMSRA is the only mini snowmobile racing association in Canada and works to foster a love for the sport in young kids in Manitoba.

by Karen Kornelsen
A 1994 Ski-Doo Safari Deluxe, a dusty relic from back in the day.
Old Sled Zone

Old Sled Sighting: 1994 Ski-Doo Safari Deluxe—on cusp of vintage

If a vintage snowmobile starts at 25 years, then this 1994 Ski-Doo Safari is on the cusp of being a vintage ride.

The interior/showroom of BOS Motorsports.
SledLife, Alberta Central

BOS Motorsports: Rising from the ashes

BOS Motorsports is continually growing despite a fire that consumed the business within months of its inception.

by Trish Drinkle
SledTown ShowDown

Voting starts now!

The polls are open and it’s time to cast your votes in the 4th annual SledTown ShowDown.

by Kirsten Armleder
An old Scorpion Stinger 400 sled, spotted in a rural Alberta backyard.
Old Sled Zone

Old Sled Sighting — early 1970’s Scorpion Stinger 400

The Scorpion snowmobile line was once very popular, ranking in the top three of best-selling sleds - outselling even Polaris.

Snowmobile in the sunset in Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan

Scenic photos of snowmobiling in Saskatchewan

Be sure to bring a camera when you’re snowmobiling in Saskatchewan.

by Kirsten Armleder
Picture of snowmobiler in deep powder.
SnoRiders Insider

Check out the Ski-Doo Fall 2017 Avalanche Awareness schedule

Seminars are scheduled all across Canada and the U.S., starting in early October.

Sean Maxwell on his Ski-Doo in Valemount.
SledLife, Valemount, BC

Behind Boosted Imagery

Camera-wielding Danny Roberts puts the Valemount shred scene in sharp focus.

by Kirsten Armleder
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
Corrina Kapeller rides by the entrance to Hudson Bay.
Hudson Bay, SK

Hudson Bay is the place to play

A dozen huts, 670 kilometres of groomed trails and two million hectares of provincial forest. Ready to check out Hudson Bay yet?

by Kyle Born
Chris Coosemans is high in the air on his snowmobile

Explore the diversity of Northern Alberta

Alberta’s Lakeland region has multiple terrains to ride, such as farmland, bush, cutlines and hills to climb

by Kyle Born
A snowmobile in Crowsnest Pass
Crowsnest Pass, AB

The Crowsnest Pass has something for everyone

12,000 kilometres of trails, two provinces and a plane crash site are just a few of the reasons to nestle into the Crowsnest Pass

by Kyle Born
Monte Smith puts the Tundra through its paces, playing along the trails north of Whitecourt.
Whitecourt, AB

Photos from the Snowmobile Capital of Alberta

Whitecourt has earned its shining reputation as one of the leading sled towns in the province.

by Danielle Cameron
This is snowmobiler Robert Vipond's son, Ryan, with his wife, Shirley, on the trail between Wanless and The Pas. This area is known by locals as the Loppit trail.
The Pas, MB

Gear up for sledding in The Pas

The Pas might be a small community, but it has tremendous snowmobiling potential.

by Danielle Cameron
A sledder stops for a view and a rest in the mountains around Revelstoke.
Revelstoke, BC

Revelstoke will rock your world

One look at these photos, and you'll be stoked for your Revy experience.

by Danielle Cameron
Rylan Hladun takes to the air in Houston on his Arctic Cat.
Houston, BC

If you crave alpine sledding, Houston will knock your socks off

This attractive B.C. community is the place to be if you love adventurous mountain snowmobiling.

by Danielle Cameron
A sledder is shredding fresh powder in Chappell Creek in Valemount.
Valemount, BC

Valemount invites you to sledding heaven

With stellar terrain and a welcoming community, Valemount has what it takes to make snowmobilers happy.

by Danielle Cameron
An old 1960's Ski-Doo Olympic.
Old Sled Zone

Old Sled Sighting – early 1960’s Ski-Doo Olympic

Trish Oosterhoff spotted this vintage sled while out exploring the backcountry around Smithers, B.C.

Shown are several sledders at the
Tumbler Ridge, BC

Tumbler Ridge: Sled to your heart’s content

Come to this B.C. community for varied terrain and deep powder.

by Danielle Cameron