Alberta Hotshot photo

Rebecca Bromberger managed to capture this shot of her brother, George, catwalking his brand new 2014 Ski-Doo Freeride.
St. Paul, AB A top destination along the Iron Horse Trail

The town of St. Paul is a friendly haven for snowmobilers riding Alberta’s Iron Horse Trail.

by Kirsten Armleder
A Ski-Doo sled parked on a lake with the pink sunset behind it.
Lac la Biche, AB Scenery, services and the lengthiest trail in Alberta

Alberta’s Lakeland is an open canvas of natural beauty, and running straight through the heart of it is the Iron Horse Trail.

by Kirsten Armleder
An area south of the South Cabin near south Lynx Creek
Sparwood, BC Top sledding areas in Crowsnest Pass

Crowsnest Pass offers some of the most scenic riding in the province.

by Karen Kornelsen
Alyssa Berard doubling Chris Brown
Snowmobiling safety, Alaska How to stay safe while carrying a passenger

One of the joys of snowmobiling is being able to enjoy the sport with others who may not have their own sleds.

by Trish Drinkle
Two snowmobiles riding down the trail in Athabasca.
Athabasca, AB The triple threat of snowmobiling in Athabasca

Here are three trails you’ll want to try when snowmobiling in Alberta’s scenic Athabasca area.

by Kirsten Armleder
A snowmobile trail groomer in Edson.
Yellowhead County, AB Where to get snowmobile trail maps and passes for Edson, Alberta

If you're planning a snowmobile trip to Edson, Alberta, here's what you should know about trail passes and maps.

by Kirsten Armleder
Looking over the handlebars at a steep climb on a snowmobile.
Yellowhead County, AB Sledding, west-central style

In the shadow of Alberta's North Rockies lies an expansive land of dense forest, wide open fields and snow-covered foothills.

by Kirsten Armleder
An ATV sitting up on a bank that overlooks the North Saskatchewan River, near Lindbergh.
SledLife, St. Paul, AB Lakeland’s Regional Trail system pushes for bigger and better trails

New trails throughout the Lakeland promise new adventures for both winter and summer explorers

by Jillian Clark
Two sledders in an open meadow full of untouched powder.  It is a beautiful sunny day and there are mountains looming in the background.
Grande Prairie has it all when it comes to snowmobiling

Camp at Kakwa Wildland Park staging area to hit the trails at first light, or take a short drive from the city and go for a rip at Big Mountain.

by Mason Buettner
Two riders stopped on a trail near St. Paul, Alberta.
Smoky Lake, AB Lakeland welcomes snowmobiles with open doors

Jillian Clark

by Jillian Clark
Brett Smyl of High Level, Alberta (pictured) said that you find the best local riding when you explore the areas that shoot off of the main pipeline loop, like this area he found last season just north of town near a gravel pit.  Photo courtesy of Brett Smyl
High Level, AB High Level snowmobiling is some of Alberta’s finest

If you are sledding in Alberta, High Level should be one of your first stops.

by Danielle Cameron
Snowmobile grooming machines can now be tracked on the trails by AtlasTrax, using Globalstar satellite technology.
Snowmobiling safety, Yukon A beacon on the trail

A reliable, portable, go-anywhere tracking system is being used to ensure the safety of snowmobile trail groomers and others.

by Marie Milner
A sledder in the middle of an enormous bowl in the Crowsnest Pass.
Crowsnest Pass, AB Where can I buy trail passes and trail maps for the Crowsnest Pass?

Trail maps are available at local gas stations and hotels in this sledding hotspot.

by Mason Buettner
Jennifer Dewar-Jones on her sled overlooking a valley in the Crowsnest Pass.
Crowsnest Pass, AB Experience some of Alberta’s best riding in the scenic Crowsnest Pass

With five staging areas and enough kilometres of trails to get you to the coast and then some, Crowsnest Pass is a world class snowmobile destination.

by Mason Buettner
Pembina Drift Busters club ride with some Stettler club members. Photo by Nora Bromberger
Westlock, AB Where can I get trail passes and maps for Westlock?

Get the hard-copy details for your sledding trip to Westlock, Alberta.

by Danielle Cameron