Where to get snowmobile trail passes and maps for Radium Hot Springs, B.C.

Going sledding around Radium Hot Springs, B.C.? Here's what you need to know before you go

by Kirsten Armleder

Sledding in Radium Hot Springs, B.C.
Groomed trails will get you to the goods in Forster Creek. photo courtesy Chris Oler

Trail passes

Trail fees apply to the Windermere Valley Snowmobile Society's Forster Creek area and they are $20 per day, per sled. You can also purchase an annual membership. Visitors can bring cash and purchase a trail pass at the staging area or stop by one of the following locations beforehand:

Trail map:

For an overview of the snowmobile areas and trails around Radium Hot Springs, download the map on SnoRiders. You can pick up a trail map for Forster Creek from whomever is manning the snowmobile club's toll booth. There is a stack of trail maps at the Forster cabin as well. 

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