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Invermay snowmobiling is reliably epic.
A few snowmobilers stop for a break in Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan.
Hudson Bay, SK

Sledders across Saskatchewan say Hudson Bay is the best place to play

Rick Dolezsar, director of the Hudson Bay Trail Riders, highlights why they’re the reigning SnoRiders SledTown ShowDown provincial champions

Two tractors in front of a warm-up shelter.
Hudson Bay, SK

Club Profile: Hudson Bay Trail Riders

The Hudson Bay Trail Riders are the reigning 2020 SnoRiders SledTown ShowDown Provincial Champions for Saskatchewan

by Kyle Born
Snowmobiling safety, Manitoba

Avalanche Canada shutting down forecasting for the season

Covid-19 pandemic prompts early end to avalanche warning service

A snowmobiler looks out across the mountains in Fernie, B.C.
SledLife, Manitoba

Snowmobiling and social distancing: Be smart and safe

The Fernie and District Search and Rescue have some wise words regarding backcountry use amidst the COVID-19 pandemic

by Kyle Born
A snowmobiler looks into the camera from close range on a trail among trees.
Porcupine Plain, SK

Porcupine Plain: a “Ride off your back step” community

Porcupine Plain’s trail system is littered with cozy warm-up shacks where you can rustle up grub, dry your socks and meet new people that feel like old friends

by Amber Stadnek
A snowmobiler does a wheelie. A gray barn is in the background.

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
A group of snowmobilers take a break on a trail.
East Central Saskatchewan

Ride 1000 Miles of Snow in North East Saskatchewan

In Northeast Saskatchewan, you can snowmobile 1000 Miles of Snow between 12 communities

by Ashlyn George
A line of snowmobiles ride through the snow.
Snowmobiling safety, Manitoba

Go Snowmobiling campaign is a success

Clubs, groups and associations across North America have held military rides, political rides, and snowmobile rides with friends and family alike

by Ed Klim, President of the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association
Members of the Saskatoon Snowmobile Club enjoy some of the great riding in the area.
Club News, Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association

Saskatchewan Club News: Saskatoon Snowmobile Club

We are always looking for new people on the Saskatoon Snowmobile Club board, so why not consider it?

by Marcel Voyer
A group of snowmobiles congregate to take a break and visit.
Snowmobiling safety, Manitoba

International Snowmobile Safety Week: January 18-26, 2020

Snowmobile Clubs are encouraged to invite local representatives from the business community to go snowmobiling with them and show them our known, safe riding st

by Ed Klim, President of the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association
A snowmobile glides up a mountain as the sun casts shadows in the distance.
Snowmobiling safety, Manitoba

The Safe Riders! You Make Snowmobiling Safe campaign is underway

International Snowmobile Safety Week is January 18-26, 2020

by Ed Klim, President, International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association
A woman rides the Saskatchewan trails.
Club News, Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association

Saskatchewan Club News: Prairie women on snowmobiles

Prairie women snowmobilers are raising funds and awareness for the early detection of breast cancer, as well as raising awareness of safe snowmobiling

by Kelly Kim Rea
KAOS clubs also can volunteer and help out your club.
Club News, Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association

Saskatchewan Club News: Kelvington Jr. Trailblazers

As the Kelvington Jr. Trailblazers head into our third year of being a club, they have nine members and they are continuing to grow

by Shelsie Bisschop
Two children ride snowmobiles in the woods
Club News, Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association

Saskatchewan Club News: A time of change

The new SSA board chair introduces himself

by Kim Bisschop
Many clubs have are clearing trails, cutting grass, building shelters, servicing equipment and installing trail signs
Club News, Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association

Saskatchewan Club News: Time for preparations

Many clubs have are clearing trails, cutting grass, building shelters, servicing equipment and installing trail signs

by Chris Brewer
Rick Dolezsar enjoys riding through Hudson Bay.
Club News, Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association

Saskatchewan Club News: Hudson Bay Trail Riders

We would like to welcome the new Saskatchewan Snowmobile chair, Kim Bisschop from Kelvington—Bisshy, as he is affectionately known around the globe.

by Karen Dolezsar
The Jubilee Shelter is pictured.
Club News, Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association

Saskatchewan Club News: Zone 1 & 4 report

A tornado went through the trail system, requiring a lot of work in these zones

by Cindy Gottlob
A groomer at the Bradshaws Mill Shelter.
Club News, Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association

Saskatchewan Club News: Pasquia Snow Goers

The Pasquia Snow Goers are working on creating a new trail connecting Carrot River to Tobin Lake by crossing farmland and cutting through Northern Provincial Fo

by Jenn Derksen
Bathroom facilities near the OOPS shelter.
Club News, Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association

Saskatchewan Club News: Elbow Lake Sno Drifters

People often wonder what snowmobile clubs do in the off-season. Work includes getting the warm-up shelters stocked with wood, making sure the signs are good

by Tracy (Carlson) Kwasny
The Feairs-Geck warm-up shelter is maintained by the Kelvington Trailblazers.
Club News, Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association

Saskatchewan Club News: Kelvington Trailblazers

The Kelvington Trailblazers have a new shop to house equipment

by Judy Lillebo