Sledding in Terrace is an adventure waiting to happen.
Snowmobiling in Terrace is a choice you won't regret. Photo courtesy Logan C./Flickr Creative Commons

Terrace is the epitome of winter splendour, boasting excellent snow conditions and sledding terrain to die for. We have put together a few resources so you can start planning your northern B.C. sledding trip right now.

Main riding areas Terrace, B.C.

Big Cedar Snowmobiling Trails

This sledding area is sure to be a big hit. To get there, travel 58 kilometres along the Nisga'a Highway north of Terrace, and turn right just before the Cedar River bridge. This takes you onto the Big Cedar Forest Service Road. Take that road for another 22 kilometres and then turn left onto Branch F33000 and follow it down to the bridge. The deactivated road will take you to the trailhead (winter road conditions permitting, so be sure to check before you go).

This area consists of a five-kilometre sledding trail that meanders through alpine trees and offers splendid views.

Sterling Mountain Snowmobiling Trails

This sledding zone is located 67 kilometres north of Terrace. Follow the Nisga'a Highway to the Meadow Creek Forestry Road, turn onto the road and follow it for 8 kilometres. At the end of your drive you will be treated to 16.5 kilometres of sledding territory in the Sterling Mountain range. Enjoy the scenic alpine views and trails maintained vigilantly by the Skeena Valley Snowmobile Association. The club also maintains cabins at Sterling Lake and Jack's Lake.

Terrace, B.C. snowmobile club

Skeena Valley Snowmobile Association

The Terrace snowmobiling terrain is managed by the Skeena Valley Snowmobile Association. This club has about 85 members and was founded in the late 1970s. Visit the Skeena Valley Snowmobile Association Facebook page to learn more.

Terrace, B.C. tourism information

Terrace Tourism

Find out more information about the community of Terrace, including dining and accommodation options, and other fun things to see and do.


Provincial rules and regulations

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.

Snowmobile-friendly businesses near Terrace

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