Trip planner: What you need to know before snowmobiling in Fort McMurray AB

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

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.

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
With Endless adventure opportunities, riders can go for hundreds of miles experiencing a new adventure each trip.  Photo Dave Connell
Fort McMurray, AB

Where can I get trail passes and trail maps for Fort McMurray?

All the information you need to know about trail passes and trail maps in Fort McMurray, Alberta.

by Jillian Clark
A group of riders stopping for a break on the Fort McMurray
Fort McMurray, AB

Explore some of Alberta’s best snow in Fort McMurray

Nearly 600 active members, over 300 kilometres of groomed trails, a five-month-long riding season and the ASA Jamboree

by Mason Buettner
Heather White on her sled overlooking a vista of mountains peaking through the cloud cover.
Fort McMurray, AB

Fort McMurray, a mecca for backcountry fun and adventure

Fort McMurray brags of a long snowmobiling season

by Trish Drinkle
A red sled sitting at the side of a snowmobile trail.
Fort McMurray, AB

Welcoming riders to Fort McMurray

The McMurray Sno-Drifters snowmobile club does a great job of promoting the sledding trails around Fort McMurray, Alberta.

by Kirsten Armleder
Ron Fetzko stands smiling waist-deep in snow
Fort McMurray, AB

The McMurray Sno-Drifters cut no corners along their trail system

From flat, straight cutlines to frozen muskeg to alpine climbs, the Fort McMurray Sno-Drifters' looped snowmobile trail system has it all.

by Karissa Gall
A group of sledders take a break on a cutline trail surrounded by bush.
Fort McMurray, AB

Ready to sled in Fort McMurray

With some great sledding areas, an expanse of Crown land and a long riding season, snowmobilers in Fort McMurray pretty much have it made

by Kristen Mitchell
Fort McMurray, AB

Fort McMurray offers a variety of well-maintained trails

The McMurray Sno-Drifters Association proudly promotes Fort McMurray's abundance of snow and its interesting snowmobiling terrain.

by Karen Kornelsen
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Fort McMurray, AB

Wild about wildlife

Trail riding in the winter playground of Fort McMurray is one of Real Chartrand's favourite things to do.

by Lisa Crane
Fort McMurray, AB

Head north for choices galore

The members of the McMurray Sno-Drifters—the largest club in Alberta—aren’t short of amazing places to sled

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Volunteering at its best

Sharon Northcott, a member of McMurray Sno-Drifters snowmobile club in Fort McMurray, is a shining example of dedication and commitment

Fort McMurray, AB

A thriving boomtown club

Fort McMurray has a growing snowmobile club, expanding trails and loads of enthusiasm for the sport.

Snowmobile-friendly businesses near Fort McMurray