Alberta North Hotshot photo

Athabasca has excellent terrain for sledders of all ages.
Snowmobilers are standing around and relaxing at one of three picnic areas on the Watt Mountain loop.
High Level, AB

Raising the bar

High Level is one of Alberta’s finest snowmobiling destinations

by Danielle Cameron
Snowmobiling in High Level Alberta
High Level, AB

High Level is loopy

High Level’s most popular trail is the Main Loop and the main event is the Poker Rally

by Kyle Born
Riders gather just west of the staging area marked No. 10 on the trail map. The group will head towards Spotted Horse Lake next.
Athabasca, AB

Come ride with us in Athabasca, Alberta

The Athabasca River Runners recently opened a new groomed snowmobile trail near Spotted Horse Lake for Alberta’s snow riders.

by Jillian Clark
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
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
Swan City riders heading out on the trails together.
Grande Prairie, AB

Grande Prairie’s Swan City Snowmobile Club

Aggressive mountain slopes meet family-friendly fun runs in Swan City’s snowy territory near Grande Prairie, Alberta

by Jillian Clark
Athabasca, AB

Club profile: Athabasca River Runners

Backed by a core group of local snowmobile enthusiasts, the Athabasca River Runners are a strong club with plans for the future.

by Kirsten Armleder
The inside of a store with plastic covering much of the merchandise
SnoRiders Insider, Fort McMurray, AB

BRP and Raven Motorsports to support Fort McMurray community

BRP’s donation supplements Raven’s own contribution of $10,000.

Athabasca, AB

Annual rally in Athabasca, Alberta, a success

Snow levels were down but spirits were high at the Athabasca River Runners’ annual snowmobile rally on February 20, 2016.

by Kirsten Armleder
Two young children on sleds in a meadow.
Athabasca, AB

Carrying on the sled family tradition in Athabasca

Like father, like daughter—Lynn Olson of Athabasca, Alberta, has passed the sledding gene on to her family.

by Kirsten Armleder
Two riders on the trail near the Muffaloose firepit on Stoney mountain at the 2015 poker rally
Fort McMurray, AB

Three amazing trails all connected together in Fort McMurray

The Anzax Loop, Stoney Mountain Trail and Connector Trail are all part of the Fort McMurray trail system

by Mason Buettner
Sledding on the Watt Mountain Loop
High Level, AB

Sledding in High Level, Alberta

Sledding in High Level, Alberta, means numerous opportunities for powder and family riding.

by Karen Kornelsen
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