Pristine sledding pics from Duck Mountain Provincial Park

You will remember the gorgeous views, the fantastic trails and the wilderness grace of this sledding zone

by Danielle Cameron

Kids getting ready for some sledding in Duck Mountain, Saskatchewan. Photo courtesy Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association Inc
Kids getting ready for some sledding in Duck Mountain, Saskatchewan. Photo courtesy Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association Inc.

Snowmobiling in Duck Mountain Provincial Park means groomed trails, cozy warm-up cabins and sled-friendly features galore. The park mostly sits in Saskatchewan, but also reaches into the province of Manitoba.

Many sledders like to venture west to the town of Kamsack, a location surrounded by a plethora of interconnected snowmobile trails that are groomed by the Kamsack Snow Drifters club.

The club maintains three warm-up shelters, one of the most popular being affectionately termed the Palace. The trails along the way to this shelter are loaded with fresh powder during sledding season, and offer terrain for all different styles of riding.

If you head southwest from Kamsack, you can take the Trans-Canadian Snowmobile Trail straight to Yorkton. Families will find this route appealing for all experience levels, and the Snow Drifters manage the Hideaway warm-up cabin 15 kilometres from the staging area.

These are just a couple of many networks you can discover. Here are a few of our favourite photos from readers who have travelled to this snowmobiling hot spot.

A rider enjoys a wide open space around Kamsack, Saskatchewan.

Photo  courtesy Dwayne Andrychuk
A rider enjoys a wide open space around Kamsack, Saskatchewan. Photo courtesy Dwayne Andrychuk
You will remember the gorgeous views, the fantastic trails and the wilderness grace of this sledding zone.
The Stewart family and friends heading out from Madge Lake for a long day of riding. Cheryl Stewart photo
Cheryl Stewart's daughter Kelsey riding in Duck Mountain Provincial Park.
Cheryl Stewart's daughter, Kelsey, riding in Duck Mountain Provincial Park. Cheryl Stewart photo
The Green Lake Shelter in Duck Mountain Provincial Park is a great place for families and popular with local riders.

Photo  courtesy Dwayne Andrychuk
The Green Lake Shelter in Duck Mountain Provincial Park is a great place for families and popular with local riders. Photo courtesy Dwayne Andrychuk

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