Alberta Hotshot photo

Medicine Hat, Alberta, has some excellent snowmobiling terrain.
Larson’s favourite sled is his 1967 Johnson Skee Horse 20-inch track.
Old Sled Zone, Alberta Central

Old Sled Zone: 1967 Johnson Skee Horse

Lorne Larson of Lorne’s Vintage Sleds in Lloydminster, Alberta, shows off his 1967 Johnson Skee Horse

by Kyle Born
Some of Larson's Yamaha's are on display in Lorne's Vintage Sleds
Old Sled Zone, Alberta Central

Old Sled Zone: 1982 Yamaha SRX

Lorne Larson of Lorne’s Vintage Sleds in Lloydminster, Alberta, shows off his 1982 Yamaha SRX

by Kyle Born
Snowmobiling trails in Swan Hills, Alberta.
Swan Hills, AB

Swan Hills Snowmobile Club is celebrating its 50th Anniversary with the ASA Jamboree

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
(L to R) Lorne Larson and Valdy Stephonson, president of America Vintage Snowmobile Association, pose with a 1966 prototype Evinrude Sail Master, which got kiboshed because the public didn’t like the name.
Old Sled Zone, Alberta Central

Old Sled Zone: 1966 prototype Evinrude Sail Master

Lorne Larson of Lorne’s Vintage Sleds in Lloydminster, Alberta, shows off his 1966 prototype Evinrude Sail Master

by Kyle Born
Snowmobilers on the trails near Swan Hills, Alberta.
Swan Hills, AB

Snowmobiling in Swan Hills, Alberta

Don Kelm, who runs Wilderness Playground Tours in Swan Hills, Alberta, shares with us his best day ever.

by Zoë Dupley
(L to R) Lorne Larson and Valdy Stephonson, president of the America Vintage Snowmobile Association, pose with a 1966 prototype Evinrude Sail Master, which got kiboshed because the public didn’t like the name.
Old Sled Zone, Alberta Central

The owner of Lorne’s Vintage Sleds has “a crazy passion for old sleds”

Lorne Larson, owner of Lorne’s Vintage Sleds in Lloydminster, Alberta, has a snowmobile collection of 140 classic sleds on display

by Kyle Born
Chris Rourke poses on his snowmobile in front of a warm-up shelter
Cold Lake, AB

The strongest bond between father and son rests on a cold lake

Chris Rourke, Cold Lake Snowmobile Club member, had his best day ever while reintroducing his dad to snowmobiling

by Kyle Born
(L to R) Leo Zelinski, Jim McGrath, Duane Farrar and Daryl Zelinski celebrate their best day ever in Whitecourt.
Whitecourt, AB

Leo Zelinski is 76 years old and still blazing trails in Whitecourt

Leo Zelinski, 76-year-old co-founder of the Whitecourt Trailblazers Snowmobile Club, had his best day ever as a senior sledder

by Kyle Born
The Old Farmer's Almanac weather map of Canada for winter 2018-2019.
SledLife, Manitoba

The Old Farmer’s Almanac releases forecast for winter 2018-2019

The forecast for winter 2018-2019 looks wonderfully white across Western Canada, according to The Old Farmer’s Almanac

by Kyle Born
Kelsey Poelt rides a pink snowmobile on the first day of spring.
Crowsnest Pass, AB

Climb the Castle near Crowsnest Pass, Alberta

Kelsey Poelt, president of the Crow Snow Riders in the Crowsnest Pass, Alberta, had her best day of snowmobiling on Middle Kootenay Pass

by Kyle Born
Meet the Rider, High Level, AB

Brenda Duval’s Hotshot of the month

SnoRiders catches up with the photo contest winner for the month of January 2018.

by Kirsten Armleder
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
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
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
Showgoers walking the red carpet at the Edmonton Snow Show.
SledLife, Alberta

5 things you missed at the Alberta Snowmobile & Powersports Show

The Edmonton Snow Show is a grand gathering of new products and like minded people.

by Kirsten Armleder
The interior/showroom of BOS Motorsports.
SledLife, Alberta Central

BOS Motorsports: Rising from the ashes

BOS Motorsports is continually growing despite a fire that consumed the business within months of its inception.

by Trish Drinkle
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