British Columbia Hotshot photo

Todd Eberts getting inverted in the Brandywine zone near Whistler, B.C. in 2013.
Andrew McKenzie stands on top of his black snowmobile, holding up his hand with a skyline of mountains in the distance.
Meet the Rider, Shuswap, BC

This hotshot YouTuber knows how to KEEPER PINNED all sledding season long (and beyond)

Andrew McKenzie, popular YouTuber near Enderby, B.C., recommends hill climbing chutes in Hunters Range

by Kyle Born
Andrew McKenzie does a re-entry on top of a mountain.
Shuswap, BC

Club profile: Hunters Range Snowmobile Association

Trail maps, top snowmobile trails, club contacts and other useful information you can use before planning a snowmobile trip to Enderby, B.C.

by Kyle Born
Carl Kuster sits on a 2022 Ski-Doo Summit snowmobile on top of a snowy mountain.
Meet the Rider, Sicamous, BC

Catching up with Carl Kuster: Owner and guide at CKMP in Sicamous, B.C.

Carl Kuster, brand ambassador for Ski-Doo, loves guiding snowmobilers through CKMP in Sicamous, B.C.

by Kyle Born
Randy Brown gives the thumbs up while wearing a bright orange jacket.
Snowmobiling safety, British Columbia

Life-saving advice from a seasoned Search & Rescue hero

Randy Brown, manager of the Penticton & District Search & Rescue and SPOT brand ambassador, discusses the importance of a reliable GPS device

by Kyle Born
Snowmobilers ride down a snowy trail.
Club News

Update on the CCSO Snowmobile Excellence Awards

Along with the cancellation of the ISC, the CCSO Snowmobile Excellence Awards were also called off

by Kyle Born
Snowmobilers gather around a cabin in the snow in Whitecourt, Alberta.
Club News, Alberta Snowmobile Association

Recapping Western Canada’s 2020 Excellence Award winners

Despite the challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, snowmobile clubs across Western Canada managed to hand out their Snowmobile Excellence Awards

by Kyle Born
A snowmobiler gets air in Kamloops, B.C.
Club News, BC Snowmobile Federation

2020 British Columbia Snowmobile Federation Excellence Awards

BCSF honoured individuals, families and businesses who went above and beyond to support the sport of snowmobiling in B.C. in 2020

Melvin Garib smiles for the picture on a snowmobile trail going over a bridge with a snowmobiler behind him waving.
Meet the Rider, Vancouver Coast and Mountains, BC

This Rad Rider rides all the toys, all the time

Whatever the season, Melvin Garib is dedicated to family and powersports, including snowmobiles, ATVs, side-by-sides, Ski-Doos and boats

by Kyle Born
Mitch Lepage stands on a 2016 Ski-Doo Freeride and Angie stands on a 2012 Ski-Doo Freeride for their wedding at Clemina in Valemount, B.C.
Meet the Rider, Saskatchewan

Wed-by-sled: The best snowmobile-themed weddings we’ve seen (so far)

For passionate sledders, there’s one sure way to stand out from the rest: A snowmobile-themed wedding

by Kyle Born
Mitch and Angie Lepage sit on a 2012 Ski-Doo Freeride for their wedding at Clemina in Valemount, B.C.
Meet the Rider, Valemount, BC

Wanna have a snowmobile-themed wedding? Here’s a bride who did it right

Mitch and Angie Lepage had a snowmobile-themed wedding at Clemina in Valemount, B.C., on March 10, 2018

by Kyle Born
A red, white and blue truck with Avalanche Canada written on the side, parked in the mountains.
Snowmobiling safety, British Columbia

Special Public Avalanche Warning issued for much of Western Canada until Sunday, Dec. 27, 2020

The snowpack is currently in a precarious state throughout these regions due to the presence of a critical weak layer 60–100 centimetres below the snow surface

A group of snwomobilers gather around a campfire to socialize.
Club News

Ed Klim, President of the ISMA, says Take a Friend Snowmobiling

Ed Klim, President of the ISMA, recommends taking friends snowmobiling to share the fun of the sport with others

by Ed Klim, President of the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association
A bald man shows of a baseball cap that reads FSA
Club News, BC Snowmobile Federation

Fernie Snowmobile Association makes big moves

Fernie Snowmobile Association summarizes exciting news as they ramp up for winter 2020/2021 operations

A red ATV lies in a crumpled heap next to a railway track.
Snowmobiling safety, Manitoba

Railway-related fatalities involving snowmobilers continue despite warnings

Dean Solowan, police constable and community service officer, Alberta Region, has life-saving safety advice for snowmobilers

by Kyle Born
sledder on a snowy mountain in McBride
Northern British Columbia

Top snowmobiler-friendly hotels in northern B.C.

Dear sledders heading to northern BC: Here are some of the region’s best snowmobile-friendly hotels, lodges and other accommodations.

by Danielle Cameron
A row of four snowmobiles drive towards the camera.
SnoRiders Insider, Manitoba

Ed Klim, President of the ISMA, says this winter looks promising

"This winter looks and feels like it will be a great time for the snowmobile community" — Ed Klim, President of the ISMA

by Ed Klim, President of the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association
Bud Streeper races dog sleds across a snwomobile trail.
Fort Nelson, BC

Everyone and their dog enjoys Fort Nelson’s extensive trail system

Wayne Wheeler, President of the Fort Nelson Snowmobile Club, has been busy implementing trail and shelter upgrades for the last number of years

by Kyle Born
A yellow sign of the Fort Nelson Snowmobile Club
Fort Nelson, BC

Club Profile: Fort Nelson Snowmobile Club

The Fort Nelson Snowmobile Club has over 100 kilometres of groomed trails along with three warm-up shelters

by Kyle Born
Brittney Dickson sits on her snowmobile while looking at her laptop in the mountains.
Snowmobiling safety, Golden, BC

Take a COVID-safe avalanche safety course to get set for winter

Brittney Dickson, owner of Stay Wild Backcountry Skills in Golden, B.C., is brining avalanche safety training online

by Kyle Born
A computer showing the new Revelstoke Snowmobile Club website.
Club News

Revelstoke Snowmobile Club reveals new website

The Revelstoke Snowmobile Club, which is the largest of its kind in B.C. with over 800 members, has launched a new website