Where do I get trail maps and trail passes for Sicamous?

If you're headed to Sicamous for sledding, check out these details about where to find trail maps and trail passes.

The Eagle Valley Snowmobile Club makes it incredibly easy for riders to join them on the trails. During the sledding season volunteers staff the trailhead at each of the four major routes managed by the club, and trail passes are available for $25 per machine. Please note that the trail fees are cash only.

Alternatively, get a season's pass to buy unlimited trail access and support trail maintenance. Passes are available in Sicamous at Extreme Power Sports, J.B. Marine, H20 Motorsports, Mac's Machine Works and Powder Lites. In Salmon Arm, buy your pass at Shuswap Extreme Recreation. 

For trail maps to the four areas in Sicamous, stop by the Sicamous Visitor Centre or see the Sled Sicamous website.

For more information about sledding in and around this snowy destination, check out our page Snowmobiling in Sicamous.

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