SnoRiders Hotshot photo

Stewart, B.C. has some great snowmobiling territory.
Line-up of kids on snowmobiles at start line of race.
Sicamous, BC

Sicamous Ripped Snow Festival

Craig Moore, Western representative of SledgeHammer Apparel, invited us to the Sicamous Ripped Snow Festival in February.

by Jillian Clark
Snowmobilers lined up on a trail near Powerview-Pine Falls.
Eastern Manitoba

Why Powerview-Pine Falls is Manitoba’s top SledTown for 2018

Right from their hotel, snowmobilers in Powerview-Pine Falls can follow velvety smooth trails deep into Manitoba’s remote woodlands.

by Kirsten Armleder
Dan Shaffer gets major air

Go west, young man

Dan Shaffer travelled from Dryden, Ontario, to Winnipeg, Manitoba, to pursue his passion for freestyle snowmobiling

by Kyle Born
Logan Thibodeau poses with his snowmobile at sunset
Fernie, BC

Powdered pastimes are powered with Polaris

Logan Thibodeau, a second-generation, Polaris-riding thrill-seeker, sleds through Fernie, B.C.

by Kyle Born
McBride, BC

It takes more than a village to win

McBride is a tiny town with huge snowmobiling opportunities and many loyal supporters.

by Kirsten Armleder
The Lil Devil's Racing team out on the track.

The Lil Devil’s Racing Team: Rad Riders Lesley Petit and Sheldon McCallum

The Lil Devil’s Racing team from Buffalo Narrows, Saskatchewan, tells us about straightline snowmobile racing, and their favourite spots to ride.

by Jillian Clark
A gorgeous mountain view of the South Rockies in Crowsnest Pass.
Crowsnest Pass, AB

Crowsnest Pass is Alberta’s top SledTown for 2018

Snowmobilers in Crowsnest Pass take pride in their riding opportunities and it shows

by Kirsten Armleder
Carving through the pow in the Pasquia Hills.

Carrot River/Arborfield wins top SledTown in Saskatchewan for 2018

Groomed trail access between communities and miles of riding opportunities in the Pasquia Hills make Carrot River/Arborfield a top snowmobiling destination.

by Kirsten Armleder
Debbie Westman is the North West Alberta Regional Director for the Alberta Snowmobile Association.
Barrhead, AB

Rad Riders: Debbie Westman

Ski-Dooer from Barrhead can’t wait for snow to fall!

by Jillian Clark
Tanya Vogt on her sled.

Rad Rider Tanya Vogt: Snowmobiler and Divas SnowGear ambassador

Tanya Vogt is a snowmobiler and ambassador for Divas SnowGear from Lloydminster who covers a lot of ground in northern Saskatchewan.

by Jillian Clark
Fox Creek snowmobile club cabin

Club Profile: The Northland Sno-Goers

The Northland Sno-Goers grooms the western portion of the Golden Triangle, including 250 to 300 kilometres of trails with four cabins and two rest stops.

Riders enjoy the trails around St. Paul, Alberta.
Alberta Central

Trip planner: What you need to know before snowmobiling in Alberta’s Lakeland region

Trail maps, top snowmobile trails, club contacts and other useful information for planning a snowmobile trip to the Lakeland region.

by Danielle Cameron
A Prince Albert snowmobiler is out on a wooded trail.
Prince Albert, SK

Let it snow in Saskatchewan

Prince Albert on track to become snowmobiling hub

by Jillian Clark
The MMSRA is open to kids who are between 4.5 and 14 years old. Darryl Gershman photo.

The next generation of snowmobile racers

MMSRA is the only mini snowmobile racing association in Canada and works to foster a love for the sport in young kids in Manitoba.

by Karen Kornelsen
Snowmobile in the sunset in Saskatchewan.

Scenic photos of snowmobiling in Saskatchewan

Be sure to bring a camera when you’re snowmobiling in Saskatchewan.

by Kirsten Armleder
Corrina Kapeller rides by the entrance to Hudson Bay.
Hudson Bay, SK

Hudson Bay is the place to play

A dozen huts, 670 kilometres of groomed trails and two million hectares of provincial forest. Ready to check out Hudson Bay yet?

by Kyle Born
Chris Coosemans is high in the air on his snowmobile

Explore the diversity of Northern Alberta

Alberta’s Lakeland region has multiple terrains to ride, such as farmland, bush, cutlines and hills to climb

by Kyle Born
A snowmobile in Crowsnest Pass
Crowsnest Pass, AB

The Crowsnest Pass has something for everyone

12,000 kilometres of trails, two provinces and a plane crash site are just a few of the reasons to nestle into the Crowsnest Pass

by Kyle Born
Monte Smith puts the Tundra through its paces, playing along the trails north of Whitecourt.
Whitecourt, AB

Photos from the Snowmobile Capital of Alberta

Whitecourt has earned its shining reputation as one of the leading sled towns in the province.

by Danielle Cameron
This is snowmobiler Robert Vipond's son, Ryan, with his wife, Shirley, on the trail between Wanless and The Pas. This area is known by locals as the Loppit trail.
The Pas, MB

Gear up for sledding in The Pas

The Pas might be a small community, but it has tremendous snowmobiling potential.

by Danielle Cameron