Behind the lens for Fall 2014

SnoRiders would like to introduce our cover photographer for the Fall 2014 issue.
Hotshots Fast and fun

David D'Andrea wasn't afraid to hit the trails at high speed.

Contests SledTown ShowDown logo. Launch of the SledTown ShowDown contest

The search for Western Canada’s No. 1 snowmobiling destination begins now

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 Revelstoke Tunnel Bag from Giant Loop

The Revelstoke Tunnel Bag is a new product from Giant Loop LLC, a motorcycle luggage company based in Bend, Oregon. According to the company, it is designed for hardcore mountain riders. Perhaps that is why they named it after one of our favourite riding destinations? 

Snowmobiling in the Waskesiu Wilderness Region near Elkridge Resort.

Snowmobiling in the Waskesiu region, Saskatchewan

Everything a snowmobiler needs to know about snowmobiling in the Waskesiu region of Saskatchewan, including trail maps, local events and more.
October 2014 | Kristen Mitchell
A black Polaris snowmobile.

2014 Alberta Snowmobile & Powersports Show highlights

It’s snowmobile show season here in Western Canada right now, so in keeping with tradition, SnoRiders headed to Edmonton, Alberta, for the 2014 Alberta Snowmobile & Powersports Show (October 17 to 19).
October 2014 | Kirsten Armleder

Round 3 of SledTown ShowDown features the heavyweights

Major snowmobiling destinations in Western Canada are pitting against each other in Round 3 of the SledTown ShowDown contest.
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
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
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

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
A snowmobiler

Lac la Biche Region

All types of riding await in this breathtaking northern Alberta destination.

October 2013