Sledding in the Lower Mainland is an adventure you can't afford to miss out on. There are trails in the surrounding mountains with ample snowfall and unbeatable views.
Main snowmobiling trails in the Lower Mainland
- Henning Mountain
- White Cloud
- Deer Mountain
- Second Playground
- Rabbit Mountain
- Bobs Broken Nose
- Kelly Peaks
- The Pipeline Trail
- 10-K (Coquihalla Mountain)
This riding area can be accessed from the parking lot at Britton Creek and offers riders climbs, bowls, gladed areas and some great boondocking potential.
Kelly Peaks is known for vertical terrain, and deep snow.
The Pipeline Trail
Enjoy your time on the Pipeline Trail, a scenic alpine trail system of which more than 10 kilometres are groomed regularly. This route is the most popular with beginner riders and families. From the Pipeline, more advanced riders can choose to continue on to either Henning Mountain or 10-K (Coquihalla Mountain). Riders looking to make a day of it can also choose to connect to the Merritt or Tulameen snowmobile clubs’ trail systems.
The Sunshine Valley, despite still being relatively unknown, attracts a wide range of riding styles and abilities. A network of logging roads and some trails provide good access. Also, the area is still coastal in that it gets plenty of precipitation, but elevated enough that it turns to snow.
10-K (Coquihalla Mountain)
Steep and deep, 10-K is the most advanced riding area in the Coq. Follow the Pipeline Trail up to find more boondocking potential and more aggressive high bowls here.
Local snowmobiling events in the Lower Mainland
Taking place at the end of December, this popular ride happens in Tulameen, B.C.
Come ring in the new year with enthusiastic club members in Tulameen.
This is a family-friendly event that takes place each year in spring, weather permitting.