Where to get trail maps and trail passes in Yorkton, Saskatchewan

Where to get trail maps and passes for Yorkton

by Mason Buettner

Eight riders are shown on the trail preparing for the Snowarama on February 19th, 2011 in Yorkton.
About 400 kilometres of trails are maintained by the Yorkton Sno-Riders club. Photo courtesy Peter Baran Photography

Trails enter the north and south ends of Yorkton, with two trails within city limits to provide access to gas, food and lodgings. The Yorkton Sno-Riders club maintains roughly 400 kilometres of trails in the area. There are numerous warm-up shelters along the trails and some even have indoor washrooms. The club works hard to provide warm-up shelters close to one another, so no one gets stranded.

Trail passes aren’t necessary, but snowmobiles need to be licensed.

Trail maps are available off of the Yorkton Sno-Riders club website or the Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association website, as well as at the Yorkton Chamber of Commerce.

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