Lorne Larson of Lorne’s Vintage Sleds in Lloydminster, Alberta, shows off his 1967 Johnson Skee Horseby Kyle Born
Mountain riders are getting more interested than ever in the technical aspects of open mountain meadow and tree riding.Promoted by Camso
Charlene Isfeld, rad rider in Gimli, Manitoba, encourages fellow sledders to visit the home of the Vikingby Kyle Born
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Over 2 million recreationists enjoy snowmobiling in the U.S. and another 700,000 in Canada each year.
In addition to hosting the annual Alberta Snowmobile Association Jamboree, the Swan Hills Snow Goers is celebrating the club’s 50th anniversary.by Zoë Dupley
Gerry Dolezsar, member of the Prince Albert Trail Riders, has fun sledding no matter where he goes or who he’s withby Kyle Born
Located on the inner edge of B.C.’s coastal mountains, Houston’s weather conditions and high snowfall are ideal for sublime snowmobiling.by Zoë Dupley
Lorne Larson of Lorne’s Vintage Sleds in Lloydminster, Alberta, shows off his 1966 prototype Evinrude Sail Masterby Kyle Born
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