The terrain in Hudson Bay, surrounded by hills and forest, makes it a notable Saskatchewan snowmobile area. Perhaps that’s why it consistently wins key categories with the Rider's Choice Awards. The area is also known for having lots of excellent warm-up cabins and trails that are carefully groomed. Be sure to visit for stellar snow, great wildlife and riding that you’ll want to spend days discovering.
Trail map of Hudson Bay, SK snowmobiling areas
For information on snowmobile trails in the Hudson Bay area and how to find staging areas, download the club’s trail map or check out the Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association's map for the area. The Hudson Bay Trail Riders club also distributes a hard-copy trail map that is available at surrounding gas stations and accomodation providers (see right). For a more general map of sledding trails in the area, download the Snoriders trail map for Eastern Saskatchewan.
Main snowmobiling trails in Hudson Bay, SK
Looking for a full ride with all the trimmings? Head southeast through the Porcupine Hills; 130 kilometres will get riders almost to the Manitoba border. There are a number of excellent warm-up shelters and some great areas for play. Ending at the Moose Range Lodge provides the opportunity for a nice break and a homemade meal.
To the northwest of Hudson Bay is a vast area maintained by the Pasquia Snow Goers Club Inc. and well suited to snowmobilers. The Pasquia Hills and Pasquia Provincial Forest offer plenty of groomed trails and, generally, some great snow.
Wildcat Hill Provincial Wilderness Park
Those who enjoy snowmobiling combined with untouched nature should head to Wildcat Hill Provincial Wilderness Park. This protected boreal forest area also provides great groomed trails. With elevation gains, the area is known to locals for excellent snow. The staging area can be found right within Hudson Bay before heading out for stunning scenery and some of the best snow around.