Logan Lake offers snowmobiling to please everyone

Take your pick from a range of family-friendly routes in scenic Logan Lake, B.C.

by Danielle Cameron

VIEW     top of Greenstone Mountain     Norm Chadderton  far left
Photo courtesy of Norm Chadderton
The view from atop Greenstone Mountain is one you'll never forget. Photo courtesy Norm Chadderton

Logan Lake seems to be designed for sledders, because winter there means wide-open spaces covered in powder, waiting to be explored. The trails may be ungroomed, but the conditions are still fabulous.

Greenstone Mountain

If you're looking for the right starting point, you can't go wrong with Greenstone Mountain, located 25 kilometres east of Logan Lake. There are sparsely treed trails with beginner-friendly terrain, lots of powder and a number of ways to get to the top. From up there you can see Kamloops, Mile High Resort and the coastal mountains; the view is unforgettable. You can find a warm-up shelter if you ride half an hour north from Mile High Resort, and there are three access routes of varying difficulty.

Dominic Lake

Bring sledders of all experience levels to Dominic Lake - an open area (with an aptly named feature called "the bowl") with lots of easy riding terrain. This multi-use zone is also perfect for tobogganing, ice fishing and huddling around a campfire.


From 4100 Road you can take Tunkwa Lake Road to Savona, and spend the day cruising through meadows and alpine trails, or do a bit of boondocking. Also from Tunkwa Lake Road, you can access the Chataway area just south of Logan Lake, where there are lakes, hills and open grasslands to ride in.


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