Where to go to get trail maps and trail passes for Blue River, B.C.

Do I need to buy a trail pass for Blue River?

by Julie Matchett

Snowmobiler in a red helmet riding in fresh powder.
Trail passes are available a the local gas stations and hotels in Blue River. Photo submitted by Jeff Taylor

Popular trails

The most popular riding areas are Redsands as well as Finn Creek, which is the access for Groundhog, Salmon and Foam.

Local trail maps 

Trail maps are available at all gas stations and hotels/rental cabins in Blue River.

Trail passes

All trails that are maintained do require a trail pass. Groundhog and Salmon are managed areas, meaning all riders must purchase a $25 trail pass. Other trails are by donation to keep the groomer running and volunteers clearing trail. All passes and donations can be purchased at the trailheads, where booth attendants are available.

For more information about this area, visit our snowmobiling in Blue River page. 

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