Alberta Hotshot photo

Alberta's Lakeland is one of the best sledding zones.
Field session during an avalanche training course include lots of fun and informative hands-on activities.
Snowmobiling safety, Alberta Free Avalanche Training!

The Alberta Snowmobile Association has announced a program for the 2016-2017 winter season that will provide free avalanche training to one hundred el

by Jillian Clark
Map of Canada, showing winter forecast.
SnoRiders Insider, Yukon Canada winter forecast: Snowy season to yield best snowmobiling conditions in years

Stormy weather is in the forecast for British Columbia and the Canadian Rockies this winter, while the Prairies face bitter cold.

Picture of snow field.
SnoRiders Insider, Alberta Alberta Snowmobile Association to provide free avalanche training

ASA Members will have their AST training paid for this season

A big group of sledders gathered in front of a snowmobile cabin.
Whitecourt, AB Club profile: Whitecourt Trailblazers

The Whitecourt Trailblazers Snowmobile Club is a grassroots organization that thinks big.

by Kirsten Armleder
Roger Yvon craves high-octane euphoria, and Yellowhead County doles it out.
Yellowhead County, AB Snowmobiling: Motocross with skis

Roger Yvon craves high-octane euphoria, and Yellowhead County doles it out

by Kyle Born
Dennis Irving, special projects, and Dave Bilsky, club president, checking out the trails before the annual club rally at the Junction off of the Trans Canada Snowmobile Trail to Grassy Lake and beyond.
Athabasca, AB Super Dave—one of the founding fathers of Athabasca Snowmobiling

At 65, Dave Bilsky puts on more kilometres on his sled every season than you.

by Mason Buettner
“People having a more and more pleasurable experience makes snowmobiling sustainable.”
Cold Lake, AB What does 50 years of selling snowmobiles teach us?

Jerry Bidulock has been selling snowmobiles for 50 years. If anyone is qualified to forecast what’s next for our favourite pastime, it’s Bidulock.

by Kyle Born
“I love the freedom. Hop on and the world is your oyster.”
Cold Lake, AB This lone wolf soars like an eagle

Chris Coosemans cruises across Cold Lake, Alberta

by Kyle Born
Dale Davis has maintained the snowmobile trails in Westlock, Alberta for many years.
Westlock, AB Longevity, reliability and a moose: The story of Dale Davis

Dale Davis has been riding and maintaining trails around Westlock for over 30 years

by Kyle Born
Whitecourt, AB Taking the snow less travelled

Having lived in Woodlands County pretty much his entire life, Tyler Ramstead knows exactly where to go to find the freshies.

by Kirsten Armleder
Crowsnest Pass, AB Linderman lets his skills do the talking

Brett Linderman is a rad Crowsnest Pass rider who’s also known for his mad horsepower skills.

by Kirsten Armleder
Snowmobiling is a family affair for the Yaworskis (L to R): James, Michael, Katrina, Michelle and Carol.
Smoky Lake, AB Snowmobiling: A family tradition

This family’s foundation is set in snow.

by Kyle Born
The Watt Mountain Wanderers represent High Level, Alberta.
High Level, AB Club Profile: High Level’s Watt Mountain Wanderers

Go to High Level for high-octane adventure.

Brenda Duval waits for snowfall on her Polaris Shift snowmobile.
High Level, AB Adventure knows no age

Brenda Duval is older than most riders, but that doesn’t slow down her sledding adventures.

by Kyle Born
Peter Schlief is always prepared for nasty weather when he hits Swan City's snowmobile trails.
Grande Prairie, AB Lifelong love for the hum of a two-stroke

Peter Schlief works as Grande Prairie Honda’s sled mechanic and spends every spare minute he can chasing the best snow across the nearby mountains

by Jillian Clark