Trip planner: What you need to know before snowmobiling in St. Paul, AB

Trial maps, top snowmobile trails, club contacts and other useful information you can use before planning a snowmobile trip to St. Paul, AB

by Danielle Cameron

St. Paul snowmobiling
Photo courtesy Jerry Bidulock Snowmobilers getting ready to hit the trail in St. Paul.

Situated in northeast Alberta, the town of St. Paul has a prime position along Alberta's Iron Horse Trail. Sledders can cruise through boreal forests and take in the Alberta wilderness, and then stop in town to visit the local snowmobile dealerships, get a bite to eat at one of the restaurants in St. Paul or relax at one of the snowmobile-friendly accommodations available there.

Main snowmobiling trails in St. Paul, AB

Iron Horse Trail

This famous trail offers more than 300 kilometres of terrain that snowmobilers can explore. It is also a hot spot for geocaching, and offers 20 different rest stops and staging areas along the way.

(Read our full description of this snowmobile area.)

Bellevue Ferry Trail

This trail runs from St. Paul 50 kilometres south to the North Saskatchewan River. At that point it joins up with the Two Hills Snowmobile Trail. 

Local snowmobiling events in St. Paul, AB

St. Paul Trailblazers Snowmobile Rally

This annual event is a fun time for all snowmobilers in the St. Paul area. In addition to having a day on the trails, riders can enjoy a supper and win cash prizes.

St. Paul, AB snowmobile club

St. Paul Trailblazers Snowmobile Club

St. Paul, AB tourism information

Town of St. Paul

St. Paul & District Chamber of Commerce

St. Paul, AB snowmobile dealers

Boisvert Power Products 780-645-4639

Hillside Power Merchants Ltd. 780-645-4499

Precision Power Products 780-645-4743

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