Where can I get trail maps and passes for Smithers?

Trail passes or memberships are required to ride in the areas maintained by the Smithers Snowmobile Association.

by Mason Buettner

Curtis Hofsink is standing on his sled on a ridge that is overlooking blue sky and mountains.
Curtis Hofsink is at home in the mountains surrounding Smithers. Raymond Marak photo

Trail maps

Trail maps can be purchased at Trails North Powersports and other power sport dealers in town, and accessed on the Smithers Snowmobile Association website.

Trail passes

Trail passes or memberships are required to ride in the club-maintained areas. They are $20 per sled, per day, or an annual membership can be purchased. Passes and memberships are sold at all power sport dealers in town and are available 24/7 at the Hudson Bay Lodge.

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