SnoRiders: Stellar snowmobiling spots in Western Canada

This week's issue highlights the most epic sledding spots in Western Canada

Les and Amanda L’Heureux smile on their snowmobiles on the mountains.
Les and Amanda L’Heureux were nominated at this year’s BCSF Excellence Awards for Outstanding Snowmobile Family. “It was an honour to be nominated at the BCSF AGM award ceremony with all the incredible nominees,” said Les L’Heureux. Photo courtesy Les L’Heureux

Welcome to the new-look SnoRiders email newsletter. This week's issue highlights the most epic sledding spots in Western Canada. We talk with Les and Amanda L’Heureux, nominees for this year’s BCSF Excellence Awards for Outstanding Snowmobile Family and find out why Kakwa Provincial Park is their favourite place to ride. We check out some of the popular trails around Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan - always a Rider's Choice favourite and frontrunner in the SledTown ShowDown contest. Finally, we visit The Pas, Manitoba's sledder playground.

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Mount Sir Alexander beckons questers from B.C. and Alberta
Les and Amanda L’Heureux volunteer endless hours for the Prince George Snowmobile Club and the BCSF [ READ MORE ]

Saskatchewan sledders vouch for Hudson Bay
A consistent favourite in the Rider’s Choice Awards and SledTown ShowDown contest, Hudson Bay has many fans [ READ MORE ]

Don’t pass on The Pas
Come to this Manitoba sledder’s playground for open spaces, lakeside rides and seemingly endless terrain [ READ MORE ]

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