Winners of the 2016-2017 Hotshots photo contest

Here are the seven best snowmobiling photos from our Hotshots contest that were sent in during winter 2016-2017 season

by Kirsten Armleder

A popular feature here at SnoRiders, our monthly Hotshots contest saw dozens of photos entered throughout the season. Thanks to several gracious sponsors, we were able to give away some great prizes.

Below, you’ll see the winners:

October: Sunsets and snowmobiles

Submitted by: Shelby Ingram (Read her story)
Photo by: Dean Ingram
Location: Edgewater, B.C.
Prize: One-night stay for two people at the Terracana Ranch Resort near Valemount, B.C.

Shelby Ingram revels in the glow of a setting sun on Catamount Glacier near Radium Hot Springs, B.C.

November: Kootenay snowmobiling at its best

Photo by: Billy Stevens (Read his story)
Location: Nelson, B.C.
Prize: AST 1 Class & Field from Trigger Point Snow Services

December: Little Bear Lake Area

Photo by: Trevor Schell
Location: Little Bear Lake, Saskatchewan
Prize: Rescue Workshop from Zac’s Tracs Avalanche Training

January: Riding the Renshaw terrain

Photo by: Cynthia Rougoor (Read her story)
Location: McBride, B.C.
Prize: Lily Collection Jacket and Bib from Divas SnowGear

February: Medicine Hat, Alberta

Photo by: Shawn Schwengler (Read his story)
Location: Medicine Hat, Alberta
Prize: Avalanche Companion Rescue Course from Trigger Point Snow Services

March: Sledding into the sunrise

Photo by: Nathan Livingston (Read his story)
Location: Radium Hot Springs, B.C.
Prize: Arctiva Comp 2 Goggles

April: Sled down to Stewart

Photo by: Preston Davison
Location: Stewart, B.C.
Prize: Core Goggles by FXR Racing

Thank you to everyone who sent in photos for this season’s Hotshots contest. If you have photos you’d like to share, you can still post them to our Hotshots Gallery. Also, check out our sister site, RidersWest, and the monthly photo contest that takes place throughout the summer. 

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