Where can I get trail passes and trail maps for McBride?

Where you can find trail maps and passes for McBride, B.C.

by Mason Buettner

A sledder stopped with two mountain peaks in the background.
Find out where to get your trail passes and trail maps before you head out to McBride, B.C. Paige Karchut photo.

The McBride Big Country Snowmobile Association maintains the Bell Mountain, Lucille Mountain and Renshaw sledding areas.

Trail passes

Trail fees are $25 per day, per rider, but there is also a season's pass option, which includes a club membership. Prices are yet to be decided for the seasons pass. Trail passes can be purchased at the trailhead and also at select accommodations in town.

Trail maps

Trail maps can be found on Snow and Mud’s website and brochures are available at select locations in town. Directions to the staging areas can be found on the club’s website, McBride Big Country Snowmobile Association.

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