Manitoba Hotshot photo

Drew DeBacker is loving the new 2014 Polaris RMK 800. It rides like a dream.
1984 Manta sled, black and white in colour.
Old Sled Zone, Manitoba

Old Sled Sighting: 1985 Manta & Trail Roamer snowmobiles (Part 1)

"The sleds," says Jeff Tanach, "are regular fixtures at local vintage sled shows here and they always draw a crowd."

Volunteers with the Lee River Snow Riders load up and supply wood for five warm-up shelters.
Lac du Bonnet, MB

Club Profile: Lee River Snow Riders

The Lee River Snow Riders has been building and maintaining trails for over 30 years in Lac du Bonnet

by Kyle Born
The Lee River Snow Riders 2016 Prinoth Husky groomer.
Lac du Bonnet, MB

30 years of work leads to 10,000 riders

The Lee River Snow Riders has propelled Lac du Bonnet to unparalleled heights

by Kyle Born
A row of vintage snowmobiles is parked beside a building
Swan River, MB

Club profile: Swan Valley Snowmobile Club

The Swan Valley Snowmobile Club has worked as a well-oiled machine for well over two decades

by Kyle Born
The Swan Valley Snowmobile Club is gathered to celebrate their Sledtown Showdown contest win in 2015.
Swan River, MB

Even a raging storm can’t stop snowmobile riders in Swan Valley

Despite a devastating windstorm in 2012, the Swan Valley Snowmobile Club continues to enhance the sledding experience in Swan River

by Kyle Born
A row of snowmobiles are gathered to take while riders socialize in the background
The Pas, MB

Club Profile: The Kelsey Trail Sno-Riders in The Pas

The Pas, Manitoba’s Kelsey Trail Sno-Riders boasts easily accessible trails, lengthy rides and a plethora of warm-up shelters

by Kyle Born
A warm-up shelter is pictured with snowmobiles parked in front of it.
The Pas, MB

From rust-buckets to brand new groomers, snowmobiling in The Pas has seen steady improvements

The Kelsey Trail Sno-Riders’ roots date back to the early ‘70s in The Pas

by Kyle Born
Riding in Whiteshell Provincial Park with a small kid.
SledLife, Whiteshell Provincial Park, MB

Different strokes for the same folks

Enjoying the outdoors and spending time with family and friends is at the root of every snowmobiler’s ride.

by Kirsten Armleder
A snowmobiler on a black sled going around a corner on a trail.
SledLife, Central Manitoba

Our cover photo for Winter 2016-2017

Reflections on the sport and the story behind the cover photo for SnoRiders magazine's winter 2016-2017 issue.

by Kirsten Armleder
Red Rock Shelter is one of three warm-up shelters along the Beauchemin Loop.
Whiteshell Provincial Park, MB

Three warm-up shelters, two resorts and one fun ride

Come to Whiteshell, Manitoba for the resorts, shelters and an enjoyable trail that connects them all together

by Kyle Born
Snowmobilers explore the forest trails near Lac du Bonnet.
Lac du Bonnet, MB

Lac du Bonnet has terrain to suit every preference

Your eyes will light up when you see the glorious snowmobiling trails in Lac du Bonnet, Manitoba.

by Danielle Cameron
Snowmobiling in The Pas is a popular winter activity.
The Pas, MB

Get hooked on sledding in The Pas

You will be coming back time after time, once you try the impressive snowmobiling trails in this Manitoba community.

by Danielle Cameron
Club members enjoy one of the shelters in the Interlake region of Manitoba.
Snowmobiling safety, Manitoba

Snoman rolls out new Alcohol-Free Family Zone campaign

Snoman wants to ensure people are riding responsibly and ensuring the trails are safe for all users, including families, by reminding people Snoman ha

by Karen Kornelsen
Trail 549 varies in terrain along its 120 kilometres.
Swan River, MB

Criss-cross the terrain in Swan River, Manitoba

The annual poker derby organized by the North Mountain Riders out of Manitoba takes advantage of Trail 549’s varied terrain.

by Jillian Clark
Mike Adey has been sledding in the Whiteshell since the 1960s and loves the area's diverse terrain.
Whiteshell Provincial Park, MB

It’s not work if it’s your passion

Snowmobiling has infiltrated every aspect of Mike Adey’s life. He’s not only had a lifetime of earning an income through trail grooming, he’s also pas

by Jillian Clark
Picture of classic Scorpion Sting with young child riding, in middle of wheat field.
SnoRiders Insider, Manitoba

Do not ride on unharvested fields this winter

“It is important that our outdoor enthusiasts respect farmland that has not been harvested,” said Sheila Kitz, CAO for the County of St. Paul, AB.