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.
Kelvington is situated in one of Saskatchewan's prettiest parkland regions, so snowmobilers who come here are treated to some unbelievably scenic sledding.
The Kelvington Trail Blazers snowmobile club keeps the trails groomed and ready for sledders of all ages and experience levels.
Kelvington, Saskatchewan snowmobile trail map
For more detailed information, you can take a look at the Kelvington Trailblazers' trail map, or visit the Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association map page. You can also get a hard copy of the most current trail map at Lintlaw Service.
Top snowmobile trails in Kelvington, Saskatchewan
East central Saskatchewan offers several impressive sledding trails, which are all well-maintained. From bush riding to open meadows, you can plan a varied and exciting ride in this gorgeous area. The Kelvington Trailblazers maintains about 400 kilometres of terrain, having taken over more than half of the Lintlaw riding network when the village's local club disbanded.
There are a number of shelters dotted along the routes, so you will have ample opportunity to stop and warm up if need be.
The Lintlaw riding area near Kelvington, Saskatchewan
Take a 15-minute drive from Kelvington to find the coveted Lintlaw trail system. Riding north from the village of Lintlaw (you can use Lintlaw Service or the hall in Lintlaw as staging areas) will take you to wide, well-groomed trails. You can sled through the bush, on rolling hills or up old logging roads - there is a healthy mix of terrain that is suitable for family riding.
The most popular shelter in this area is the Assiniboine Shelter, which you can reach by taking the 211C north from Lintlaw.
The Greenwater Lake Provincial Park near Kelvington, Saskatchewan
Another nearby riding area is the Greenwater Provincial Park. Sledders come from all over Saskatchewan to ride here. They have access to more than 100 kilometres of snowmobile trails in the park, and can connect to the provincial trail networks, as well.
Where to buy a snowmobile trail pass in Kelvington, Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan snowmobilers have access to the trails as part of their annual provincial registration fee, which can be purchased at any Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) broker location. Riders coming from out of province need to have valid registration and insurance as per laws inside their home province or state.
Kelvington, Saskatchewan snowmobiling conditions
For updated information on the snow conditions in Kelvington, check the club's Facebook page.
Kelvington, SK snowmobile events
Each year in February, the Trailblazers invite riders to come out and enjoy the local trails at this family-friendly rally.
Local snowmobile club in Kelvington, Saskatchewan
The active local club does an excellent job keeping all the nearby trails in peak condition. They host events and support their community in various ways throughout the year. To learn more about this organization, check out their Facebook page.
Kelvington, SK tourism info
Driving distances to Kelvington, Saskatchewan
- From Regina, SK - 2 hours, 50 minutes
- From Saskatoon, SK - 2 hours, 55 minutes
- From Calgary, AB - 8 hours, 50 minutes
- From Winnipeg, MB - 6.5 hours
What local snowmobilers say about sledding in the Kelvington area
"You can go anywhere on our trails through so many different communities. You can literally come up and stay at Lintlaw, Greenwater (Lake) or Kelvington and ride for days with barely ever crossing the same trail. There is such a variety of trails—from wide open spaces to going up and down hills to touring through the Porcupine Forest, there is so much to see for anybody."
- Ron Hughes, member of the Kelvington Trailblazers
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Trail maps, top snowmobile trails, club contacts and other information you can use when planning a snowmobile trip to Kelvington, Saskatchewan.
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