Saskatchewan Hotshot photo

This is Brad Klemmer riding his 2011 Polaris through the powder near Tyrell Lake, Saskatchewan.
A sledder rides through a field with mountains in the background
Prince Albert, SK

Prince Albert trails unite the region and welcome visitors

Gerry Dolezsar, member of the Prince Albert Trail Riders, has fun sledding no matter where he goes or who he’s with

by Kyle Born
A snowmobiler standing on his ride next to a snowy tree in Wildcat Hill Provincial Park near Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan.
Hudson Bay, SK

Hitting the Trails in Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan

Hudson Bay has the potential to be your next favourite riding destination.

by Zoë Dupley
Shown is a snowy Saskatchewan field with snowmobile tracks crisscrossing through it.
Tisdale, SK

Making tracks in Tisdale, Saskatchewan

We chatted with the president of the Tisdale Snowmobile Club about one of his most memorable rides.

by Danielle Cameron
Trevor Schell poses on his snowmobile in Smeaton, Saskatchewan
Northern Saskatchewan

Smeaton: The Winterfell of Saskatchewan

Trevor Schell, Esker Bear Trails club member, can’t resist the straight runs, twists, curves and hilly boreal forest in Smeaton, Saskatchewan

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
Brennan Boxall surges toward the camera in an ice oval race.
SledLife, Nipawin, SK

Keith Boxall’s legacy, through the eyes of his youngest son

Catching the race bug when he was three, Brennan Boxall, 29, carries on a family legacy of left turns.

by Kirsten Armleder
The Lil Devil's Racing team out on the track.
Saskatchewan

The Lil Devil’s Racing Team: Rad Riders Lesley Petit and Sheldon McCallum

The Lil Devil’s Racing team from Buffalo Narrows, Saskatchewan, tells us about straightline snowmobile racing, and their favourite spots to ride.

by Jillian Clark
Carving through the pow in the Pasquia Hills.

Carrot River/Arborfield wins top SledTown in Saskatchewan for 2018

Groomed trail access between communities and miles of riding opportunities in the Pasquia Hills make Carrot River/Arborfield a top snowmobiling destination.

by Kirsten Armleder
Tanya Vogt on her sled.
Saskatchewan

Rad Rider Tanya Vogt: Snowmobiler and Divas SnowGear ambassador

Tanya Vogt is a snowmobiler and ambassador for Divas SnowGear from Lloydminster who covers a lot of ground in northern Saskatchewan.

by Jillian Clark
Volunteers with the Mission Ride of Prairie Women on Snowmobiles are lined up with two large imitation donation cheques in front of them.
SledLife, Saskatchewan

Riding across Saskatchewan for a cure

The 2018 Mission Ride takes place in February and will see 10 women ride over 1,400 kilometres across the province to raise awareness and funds for research

by Karen Kornelsen
A Prince Albert snowmobiler is out on a wooded trail.
Prince Albert, SK

Let it snow in Saskatchewan

Prince Albert on track to become snowmobiling hub

by Jillian Clark
Snowmobile in the sunset in Saskatchewan.
Saskatchewan

Scenic photos of snowmobiling in Saskatchewan

Be sure to bring a camera when you’re snowmobiling in Saskatchewan.

by Kirsten Armleder
Corrina Kapeller rides by the entrance to Hudson Bay.
Hudson Bay, SK

Hudson Bay is the place to play

A dozen huts, 670 kilometres of groomed trails and two million hectares of provincial forest. Ready to check out Hudson Bay yet?

by Kyle Born
One of those secret powder stashes Michael Fidek won't say too much about.
Yorkton, SK

A sampling of Yorkton’s sled scene

From ditch-banging to exploring wide open spaces, there are so many ways to embrace sledding in Yorkton.

by Danielle Cameron
Snowmobiling in the Waskesiu Wilderness Region near Elkridge Resort.  Photo by Tourism Saskatchewan/Greg Huszar Photography
Prince Albert, SK

Prince Albert is pretty as a picture

If you love seeing vast prairie sledding terrain, you need to check out these photos from Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

by Danielle Cameron
A snowmobiler waves as he's doing a tailstander in the snow.
Saskatchewan

Top 10 best places to snowmobile in Saskatchewan

SnoRiders presents a list of the top 10 best places to go snowmobiling in Saskatchewan.

by Kirsten Armleder
SledLife,

Winners of the 2016-2017 Hotshots photo contest

Here are the seven best snowmobiling photos from our Hotshots contest that were sent in during winter 2016-2017 season.

by Kirsten Armleder
Sleds parked outside a snowmobile cabin near Birch Hills, Saskatchewan.
Prince Albert, SK

Bridging the gap for Prince Albert sledders

After several years with no club or formal trail system, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, is poised for its snowmobile revival.

by Kirsten Armleder
With 300 kilometres of groomed trails, the Fort Qu'Appelle area has an active club and strong sledding community.

Fort Qu’Appelle is calling all snowmobilers

Maintained by the Calling Lakes Cruisers, the snowmobiling trails in Fort Qu'Appelle are going to make your day.

by Danielle Cameron
Try snowmobiling in Nipawin - you won't be let down.
Nipawin, SK

Saskatchewan trails to remember

The terrain in Nipawin will make your snowmobiling holiday amazing.

by Danielle Cameron