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Window Mountain is a popular snowmobiling area in the Crowsnest Pass, Alberta.
What you need to know before snowmobiling in Crowsnest Pass, AB

Trial maps, top snowmobile trails, club contacts and other useful information you can use before planning a snowmobile trip to Crowsnest Pass, AB

Crowsnest Pass, AB

Freeriding in 15 minutes

York Creek offers quick and easy access to some prime alpine terrain in the Crowsnest Pass

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
Crowsnest Pass, AB

Club Profile: Crow Snow Riders

Since 1991, members of the Crow Snow Riders have been turning the Crowsnest Pass into an award-winning Alberta snowmobile destination.

by Kirsten Armleder
An area south of the South Cabin near south Lynx Creek
Crowsnest Pass, AB

Top sledding areas in Crowsnest Pass

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

by Karen Kornelsen
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.
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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
Three snowmobilers in a dramatic mountain landscape
Crowsnest Pass, AB

A playground for everyone

Crowsnest Pass, Alberta, has snow trails for every skill level

by Marie Milner
5 Riders and their sleds, on a trail in the Crowsnest Pass.
Crowsnest Pass, AB

An outdoorsy community

Kelsey Poelt, who is a sledder from the Crowsnest Pass in Alberta, loves working with her hometown snowmobile club, the Crow Snow Riders.

by Trish Drinkle
Brent Linderman looking down from Lost Creek into Corbin, B.C.
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Technical terrain, tight tree riding and fun with the boys

The Crowsnest Pass offers many different kinds of riding, which is great for Brent Linderman and his brothers and nephews.

by Karen Kornelsen
Two men, a woman and four snowmobiles stand on snowy ground before a stark mountain range
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Sledding against the Continental Divide

Sledding 1,200 kilometres of trails in the Crowsnest Pass, Alberta, can take you to the Continental Divide

by Marie Milner
Joe Trotz grooming trails in the Crowsnest Pass.
Crowsnest Pass, AB

From snow tracker to man tracker

From snow tracker to man tracker in Crowsnest Pass

by Gail Jansen
Crowsnest Pass, AB

Crowsnest Pass, AB trail map

200 kms of groomed trails and a total of more than 1200 kms of marked trails in the Crowsnest Pass, makes for some true Rocky Mountain fun.

by Gail Jansen
Crowsnest Pass, AB

This rider learned a lesson in gambling

Snowmobiler Vern Pederson of Blairmore chuckles about it now, but he was tired and cold when he got home from an afternoon poker run a few years ago.

by Maureen McEwan
Crowsnest Pass, AB

In the shadow of Window Mountain

Andrew Bokkel and members of the Calgary Snowmobile Club experience an unforgettable day of sledding at Window Mountain in the Crowsnest Pass.

by Maureen McEwan
Crowsnest Pass, AB

Don’t pass up this ride

The Crow Snow Riders’ hard work has paid off—this snowmobiling club in southern Alberta was named Club of the Year by the Alberta Snowmobile Association.

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