Prince George Hotshot photo

A sledder makes their way through the terrain at Torpy Mountain, near Prince George, B.C.
A yellow-gloved hand holds an orange Garmin inReach.
Snowmobiling safety, Grande Prairie, AB

Avalanche Canada providing forecasts via inReach to Kakwa

The Kakwa forecast contains the avalanche danger rating for treeline and alpine terrain, will indicate if there is a persistent slab problem present in the snow

Les and Amanda L’Heureux pose on their snowmobiles in Kakwa Provincial Park.
Grande Prairie, AB

Mount Sir Alexander beckons questers from B.C. and Alberta

Les and Amanda L’Heureux volunteer endless hours for the Prince George Snowmobile Club and the BCSF

by Kyle Born
Meghan Bosecker pulls a wheelie on her green and black 2018 Arctic Cat M8000 Mountain Cat 153”.
Prince George, BC

Diehard sledder Meghan Bosecker has ridden Kermit to BCSF prominence

Meghan Bosecker, president of the Prince George Snowmobile Club, is the BCSF Excellence award winner for Outstanding Snowmobiler

by Kyle Born
man and woman standing in the snow in snowmobiling suits
Prince George, BC

Lifelong enthusiasm

For Jessica Shaw of Prince George, B.C., the passion for snowmobiling started early. She encourages ladies to hit the trails themselves, instead of staying behind while their husbands have all the adventures.

Prince George, BC

Strong camaraderie

With so many groomed snowmobiling trails and untracked powder bowls, is it any wonder that Toby Cartwright thinks Prince George, B.C., is a perfect sledding community?

Snowmobile-friendly businesses near Prince George