Trip planner: What you need to know before snowmobiling in Saskatoon, SK

Trail maps, top snowmobile trails, club contacts and other useful information you can use before planning a snowmobile trip to Saskatoon, SK

by Danielle Cameron

A sledder catching some air on the Saskatoon Snowmobile Club's trails.
A sledder catching some air on the Saskatoon Snowmobile Club's trails. Photo courtesy Erik Foster

Saskatoon draws snowmobilers, and for good reason. The trails maintained by the Saskatoon Snowmobile Club extend through Warman, Hague, Rosthern and Duck Lake, connecting to other popular networks such as the Trans Canada Snowmobile Trail.

Trail map of Saskatoon, SK snowmobiling areas

For information on snowmobile trails in Saskatoon and how to find staging areas, download the Saskatoon Snowmobile Club map. For a general map of the sledding zones around Saskatoon, download the SnoRiders trail map.

Main snowmobiling trails in Saskatoon, SK

Nisbet Provincial Forest

This is the place to be if you enjoy off-trail sledding. The ungroomed forest trails here are fun to ride, and the club members can provide directions to help newcomers navigate this area. If you head north through Nisbet Provincial Forest, you can access trails leading into the Prince Albert riding areas.

For more information, check out this article.

You can also set off from the main warm-up shelter (which was once a school house), as it is located close to town and provides parking and access to a number of extensive trail networks.

Read this article to find out more.

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