Club members stopped to enjoy the view near Riding Mountain Trail.
Sylvain Paquet photo
A sledding vacation to Dauphin is sure to be a memorable experience. There is a well-organized club maintaining the terrain, and vast territory to explore from the seat of your snowmobile. Check out this handy list of information to help you get started on your Dauphin sledding adventure.
Trail map of Dauphin, MB snowmobiling areas
For information on snowmobile trails in Dauphin, and how to find staging areas, check out the Dauphin and District Snowmobile Club trail map.
Local snowmobiling events in Dauphin, MB
Appropriately held in February, this is a great chance for snowmobilers in the Dauphin area to get together. To find out more, call Gabrielle at 204-648-7379.
The Meltdown Derby is a spring event that is held in Dauphin near the end of the sledding season. For more information, call Gabrielle at 204-648-7379.
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What local sledders are saying about Dauphin, MB
Club members stop to enjoy the view at the top of Durston Hill on the Riding Mountain Trail. You can also take a day trip out to Morden to enjoy their trails. - Sylvain Paquet photo
"You'll see an abundance of wildlife here. We get lots of deer, elk, coyotes, foxes, prairie chickens; and near the park boundary sometimes you can spot a timber wolf. As you're riding this trail you get into the hills, where you're going up and down and around curves. Before you head back, you have to stop on top of Riding Mountain. Depending on visibility, you can see all the way to Dauphin and it's just gorgeous. We are thinking of putting a shelter here so people can stay and enjoy the view. What I like most about sledding is the community involvement. I love meeting people from all over. It's also a great way to not be stuck inside all winter. If you're an outdoor person, this is the best way to see areas you would never see if you didn't snowmobile."
- Sylvain Paquet, president of the Dauphin & District Snowmobile Club
The laws governing snowmobile use differ by province and can be confusing. Here, we make it easier to understand what local and out of province snowmobilers will need in terms of insurance, registration and licensing to ride B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.
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