La Ronge

Sledding perfection awaits in the La Ronge area

The trails around La Ronge provide endless snowmobiling fun. - photo courtesy Rob McDougald
The Essentials
Main Riding Areas
  • Nistowiak Falls
  • Meeyomoot area
Trails: 320 km of ungroomed trails
Local Clubs
La Ronge Snowmobile Club 306-425-2334
Tourism Info
Town of La Ronge 1-866-527-6643
Local Snowmobile Dealers
Drift's and Waves (Arctic Cat, Yamaha) 306-425-5500 Eagle Point (Polaris) 306-425-2273

Snowmobilers can't get enough of this snowy land of lakes and rivers

Picture it: miles of unmarked snow; a Precambrian Shield landscape that features frozen waterways, undulating hills and wooded trails; and vast fields where you can open the throttle and feel that exhilaration that hooked you on sledding in the first place. Sound like sledder's heaven? You're close—it's La Ronge. Scroll down on our La Ronge landing page for information on sled dealerships, destinations, snowmobiling trails, snowmobile-friendly accommodations, local snowmobiling clubs and more.

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The cabin that plays hard to get

A cabin that they rarely find keeps two riders guessing year in and year out.
October 2011 | Thomas Shirtliffe
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A picturesque playground

Snowmobilers have plenty of places to play around Big River, Prince Albert and La Ronge in northern Saskatchewan.
November 2010
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A true snowmobile destination

Lac La Ronge and area is a snowmobiling paradise. Surrounded by boreal forest, the lakes and rivers connect and form one of the most spectacular and diverse trail systems in the world.
May 2010
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Celebrating family rides

In these communities and others throughout the province, generations of families have ridden and will continue to ride for many more years to come.
May 2010
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  • Tourism Saskatchewan

    Explore Saskatchewan’s Incredible Trails

    Snowmobilers looking for room to roam will discover an amazing snowmobile trail network, along with endless off-trail options, in Saskatchewan. Residents here love to snowmobile. Across the province, more than 30,000 members in 92 clubs work together to groom over 10,000 kilometres (6,000 miles) of trails. Saskatchewan’s trails crisscross immense prairie landscapes, aspen parkland and boreal forest through snow-rich areas that can average as much as six feet of snow annually. The Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association (SSA) produces a map of the province-wide trail network to help riders find their way. Contact Tourism Saskatchewan for your copy.

    Tourism Saskatchewan
    www.tourismsaskatchewan.com
  • Snowmobile North East Sask

    1,000 miles of snow

    Snowmobile North East Sask is a newly formed group created to promote and encourage riders to explore northeastern Saskatchewan's many trails. Come out and enjoy a ride with family or friends on the many groomed trails covering over 1,000 miles of snow. Trails are located in the following areas: Tisdale, Hudson Bay, Kelvington, Melfort, Arborfield, Carrot River, Porcupine Plain and Nipawin.

    Snowmobile North East Sask
    Learn more about Snowmobile North East Sask