Saskatchewan Hotshot photo

Brysen Bert catches some air along the banks of the Moose Jaw River, south of Drinkwater, Saskatchewan.
A snowmobiler waves as he's doing a tailstander in the snow.
Saskatchewan

Top 10 best places to snowmobile in Saskatchewan

SnoRiders presents a list of the top 10 best places to go snowmobiling in Saskatchewan.

by Kirsten Armleder
SledLife,

Winners of the 2016-2017 Hotshots photo contest

Here are the seven best snowmobiling photos from our Hotshots contest that were sent in during winter 2016-2017 season.

by Kirsten Armleder
Sleds parked outside a snowmobile cabin near Birch Hills, Saskatchewan.
Prince Albert, SK

Bridging the gap for Prince Albert sledders

After several years with no club or formal trail system, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, is poised for its snowmobile revival.

by Kirsten Armleder
With 300 kilometres of groomed trails, the Fort Qu'Appelle area has an active club and strong sledding community.

Fort Qu’Appelle is calling all snowmobilers

Maintained by the Calling Lakes Cruisers, the snowmobiling trails in Fort Qu'Appelle are going to make your day.

by Danielle Cameron
Try snowmobiling in Nipawin - you won't be let down.
Nipawin, SK

Saskatchewan trails to remember

The terrain in Nipawin will make your snowmobiling holiday amazing.

by Danielle Cameron
Lenvale Shelter is one of the stops to make along the Melfort trail system.
Melfort, SK

Reason No. 217 to ride Melfort

Although the riding is limited, Melfort, Saskatchewan, still welcomes snowmobilers

by Kyle Born
Trail riding around Foam Lake. Photo courtesy Colette Melnychuk.
Saskatchewan

Foam Lake snowmobiling should be on your to-do list

The open terrain in Foam Lake, Saskatchewan, is just begging for snowmobilers to cruise through the powder.

by Danielle Cameron
Members pose in front of the Sno-Drifters' Hide Out warm-up shelter. This shelter is located just south of Kamsack before Rhein.
South East Saskatchewan

Kamsack Sno-Drifters Recommended Trail Ride

Madge Lake, through Kamsack, north to Veregin, and beyond to the Ice Palace is the 2016-2017 must-ride trail for the Kamsack Snow Drifters.

by Jillian Clark
(L to R) Dion Morton and Marcel Dalpe bask in the beauty of Porcupine Hills, southeast of Hudson Bay.
Hudson Bay, SK

Hudson Bay: A wooded wonderland of white

Saskatchewan’s Hudson Bay is nestled within five million acres of provincial forest, making an ideal snowmobilers playground

by Kyle Born
(L to R) Shelsie Bisshop and Austin Bisshop go for a family ride near the Geck Feairs Shelter.
Kelvington, SK

Between Greenwater and Porcupine is a trail that’ll leave you feelin’ fine

Forgotten homesteads, trappers cabins, abandoned sawmills and vehicles of generations past—Kelvington, Saskatchewan utilizes the uncommon

by Kyle Born
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.

Map of Canada, showing winter forecast.
SnoRiders Insider, Yukon

Canada winter forecast: Snowy season to yield best snowmobiling conditions in years

Stormy weather is in the forecast for British Columbia and the Canadian Rockies this winter, while the Prairies face bitter cold.

Club profile: Calling Lakes Cruisers

The Calling Lakes Cruisers look after 293.5 kilometres of trails around Fort Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan.

by Kirsten Armleder
Dwayne Andrychuk has beat boredom by snowmobiling since he was 15 years old.
South East Saskatchewan

Kamsack: Where boredom goes to die

Kamsack, Saskatchewan, has a wide range of landscapes for snowmobile riders.

by Kyle Born
The excellent sledding trails here make snowmobiling in Saskatchewan's Lakeland a blast.

The Lakeland Tree Dodgers Snowmobile Club

This dedicated club maintains the trails in Saskatchewan's Lakeland district

by Danielle Cameron
The Barley Bin Shelter on Trail 101G.
North Battleford, SK

Club Profile: Battlefords Trail Breakers

Everything you need to know to play in North Battleford’s snow

by Kyle Born