British Columbia Hotshot photo

The scenery is amazing in McBride, B.C.
Hannah Dehoog rides a 2010 Kawasaki 250 four-stroke.
Smithers, BC

Hannah Dehoog: A one-of-a-kind machinery wunderkind

Hannah Dehoog, extreme female logger, snowmobiler and motorbiker in Smithers, B.C., defies expectations

by Kyle Born
Lorne Larson takes the family out for a vintage ride and wiener roast in Lloydminster, Alberta.
SledLife,

Hankerin’ for munchies: these are the best snacks to eat while sledding

Of all the meals, snacks and munchies to eat on the snowmobile trail, these are the most popular across Western Canada

by Kyle Born
Brittney Dickson (on left) takes some women out for a ride during one of Stay Wild Backcountry Skills’ Ladies Sled Shred Camps.
Snowmobiling safety, Golden, BC

Stay Wild is the Golden ticket to avalanche safety in B.C.

Brittney Dickson, owner, lead instructor and coach for sled and touring camps at Stay Wild Backcountry Skills in Golden, B.C., teaches courses for women

by Kyle Born
Snowmobilers check terrain for risky conditions
SledLife, Manitoba

Safe Riders! Chapter 1: The Snowmobile Lifestyle

The International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association has released a 13-chapter video series on YouTube about snowmobiling and safety

by Kyle Born
(L to R) BCSF president Richard Cronier, WVSS VP Rob Chemelli, WVSS secretary Melody Chemelli, WVSS president Gary Prosser, WVSS treasurer Rob McSheffrey and BCSF executive director Donegal Wilson.
SledLife,

How to run a successful snowmobile club

Gary Prosser, president of the Windermere Valley Snowmobile Society in Radium Hot Springs, B.C., offers advice about how to operate a snowmobile club

by Kyle Born
Ashley Roney Exploring Sibolas and Rhine Ridge near Houston, B.C.
Houston, BC

Houston: You’ll have no problems snowmobiling here

Located on the inner edge of B.C.’s coastal mountains, Houston’s weather conditions and high snowfall are ideal for sublime snowmobiling.

by Zoë Dupley
Tyler and Vicki Barrett rode snowmobiles to the top of Lucille Mountain on their wedding day for a once-in-a-lifetime photo shoot.
McBride, BC

Here comes the McBride . . .

Vicki Barrett, president of the McBride Big Country Snowmobile Association, had her best day ever while getting married on Lucille Mountain

by Kyle Born
Dean Ingram gives a thumbs up of approval in support of sledding around Radium Hot Springs.

Radium: Sled. Soak. Sleep. Repeat.

Dean Ingram, Windermere Valley Snowmobile Society member, racks up 5,000 kilometres on his sled every winter in Radium Hot Springs

by Kyle Born
Foam Creek, Blue River, B.C.
Blue River, BC

It’s hard to be blue in Blue River, B.C.’s sled heaven

President of the Powder Packers, Albert Venor, shares how to have the best day ever snowmobiling in Blue River, B.C.

by Zoë Dupley
The new TS2 ride from Taiga Motors
Gear, Revelstoke, BC

Change is electrifying: Taiga Motors TS2 Debut

The specs behind the new TS2 sound impressive, but does the hype live up to the actual performance? One man put this ride to the test, so you don’t have to.

by Zoë Dupley
Rene St. Onge makes a 23-metre (75-foot) drop between rocks.
Sicamous, BC

This extreme sledder had his best day ever in Sicamous, B.C.

Rene St. Onge, super diehardcore sledder in Sicamous, B.C., sees sights unseen by the masses

by Kyle Born
(L to R) Curtis Pawliuk (red) and Marshall Dempster (teal) of Frozen Pirate Snow Services had an exceptional day riding in Valemount’s Allan Creek.
Valemount, BC

Approaching the crux of the matter in Valemount, B.C.

Marshall Dempster, avalanche educator and guide for Frozen Pirate Snow Services in Valemount, B.C., had his best day ever in the backcountry

by Kyle Born
The Old Farmer's Almanac weather map of Canada for winter 2018-2019.
SledLife, Manitoba

The Old Farmer’s Almanac releases forecast for winter 2018-2019

The forecast for winter 2018-2019 looks wonderfully white across Western Canada, according to The Old Farmer’s Almanac

by Kyle Born
Grahame Go uses a Montana 600 GPS on his Can-Am Outlander 850 Two-Up.
Snowmobiling safety, Thompson Okanagan, BC

Do you really know how to use your GPS?

Grahame Go, Vernon ATV Club member, GPS training course leader and former air deputy for Civil Air Search and Rescue in Vernon, B.C., shares his GPS tips

by Kyle Born
Sean McCurdy rides a 2004 Polaris RMK 800 144 track.
Tumbler Ridge, BC

Tumble your way to a stellar hill climbing ridge in central B.C.

Sean McCurdy, a hill climber extraordinaire in Tumbler Ridge, B.C., would give almost anything to experience his best day ever all over again

by Kyle Born
Teena Rumak rides a 2018 Ski-Doo Summit X through burn trees in Revelstoke.
Revelstoke, BC

Commuting 400 kilometres to play in powder

Teena Rumak, Revelstoke Snowmobile Club member, had her best day of snowmobiling in Eagle Pass, south of Revelstoke, B.C.

by Kyle Born
SnoRiders Insider, Revelstoke, BC

Revelstoke Snowmobile Club looking for General Manager

The Revelstoke Snowmobile Club has a need for a growth-minded General Manager

ATVers pose on FibreGlass Hill outside of Cranbrook
Cranbrook, BC

ATVing knows no limits in Cranbrook

Doug Williamson, charter member of the Cranbrook Snowmobile Club, recommends ATVing in Cranbrook all year round

by Kyle Born
Reagen Sieg, Robbie Maddison, Darren Berrecloth and Brock Buttars snow bike in Braloren, British Columbia, in February 2017.
British Columbia

Meet Darren Berrecloth, professional downhiller and sled-converted snow biker

Darren Berrecloth is living the dream—getting paid to ride. He loves the Yeti SnowMX mounted on his Husqvarna 450 when the snow clogs up the downhill trails.

by Timothy Fowler
Line-up of kids on snowmobiles at start line of race.
Sicamous, BC

Sicamous Ripped Snow Festival

Craig Moore, Western representative of SledgeHammer Apparel, invited us to the Sicamous Ripped Snow Festival in February.

by Jillian Clark