A small child sits on a full-sized black snowmobile.
Gear, Rocanville, SK

What should parents look for when choosing a sled for their child?

Stan Langley, owner of Universe Satellite Sales in Rocanville, Saskatchewan, breaks down what to consider when purchasing a snowmobile for a child

by Kyle Born
A group of workers pose behind a snowmobile inside Universe Satellite Sales.
Rocanville, SK

Universe Satellite Sales in Rocanville, Saskatchewan, celebrates most prestigious snowmobiling award

Stan Langley, owner of Universe Satellite Sales in Rocanville, Saskatchewan, has led his company to be the best in Canada

by Kyle Born
The air responder transitions seamlessly between ice and water.
Snowmobiling safety, Regina, SK

Are you up for the 250 Crusade challenge?

John Maczko, operations director and chief pilot for the Canadian Rescue Hovercraft Pilots Association in Regina, Saskatchewan, is calling on crusaders

by Kyle Born
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
Lenvale Shelter is one of the stops to make along the Melfort trail system.
Melfort, SK

Reason No. 217 to ride Melfort

Although the riding is limited, Melfort, Saskatchewan, still welcomes snowmobilers

by Kyle Born
Members pose in front of the Sno-Drifters' Hide Out warm-up shelter. This shelter is located just south of Kamsack before Rhein.
South East Saskatchewan

Kamsack Sno-Drifters Recommended Trail Ride

Madge Lake, through Kamsack, north to Veregin, and beyond to the Ice Palace is the 2016-2017 must-ride trail for the Kamsack Snow Drifters.

by Jillian Clark

Club profile: Calling Lakes Cruisers

The Calling Lakes Cruisers look after 293.5 kilometres of trails around Fort Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan.

by Kirsten Armleder
Dwayne Andrychuk has beat boredom by snowmobiling since he was 15 years old.
South East Saskatchewan

Kamsack: Where boredom goes to die

Kamsack, Saskatchewan, has a wide range of landscapes for snowmobile riders.

by Kyle Born
A STARS helicopter with a snowmobile in the foreground.
Snowmobiling safety, West Central Saskatchewan

STARS and SaskSnow partner together to encourage safety

STARS and SaskSnow team up and focus on safety

by Trish Drinkle
Melfort, Saskatchewan, snowmobiling
Melfort, SK

Snowmobile in Melfort, year after year

There is prime sledding in this eastern Saskatchewan community.

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

Photo courtesy John McNally

Open trails and ample powder

Renowned for its huge snowfalls and family riding, Fort Qu'Appelle is waiting for you.

by Danielle Cameron
Two snowmobiles compete in an oval ice race.
Old Sled Zone, West Central Saskatchewan

Vintage snowmobiling in Saskatchewan

Vintage rides, drags and oval races in Saskatchewan

by Al Pinkney
A rider on a vintage Arctic Cat Pantera snowmobile.
Old Sled Zone, Duck Mountain Provincial Park, SK

Old-school sledding in Saskatchewan

An Arctic Cat Pantera flashback at Green Lake, Saskatchewan.

by Kirsten Armleder
A man on a black sled playing in the powder.
Duck Mountain Provincial Park, SK

Canora is the link in east central Saskatchewan

Snowmobilers can ride to Good Spirit Lake or Duck Mountain provincial parks from Canora, Saskatchewan.

by Kirsten Armleder
Snow-covered trail among evergreens has one riderless snowmobile and one with a male rider
Regina, SK

Hitting the trails around Cupar

Snowmobile trails connect Cupar, Saskatchewan, with Regina to the west and Fort Qu'Appelle to the southeast.

by Marie Milner
A rider heading out on a North Dakota trail.
South East Saskatchewan

Try some cross-border riding on international trails

Snowmobile North Dakota and the Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association have joined forces to establish an international trail.

by Keri Wanner
Two men work on a snow groomer
South East Saskatchewan

Riding on the rise in Weyburn, Saskatchewan

With a strong club membership, support from dealerships and a new trail connecting to the Moose Mountain Club, more people are riding in Weyburn each

by Karissa Gall
A large group of sleds gather around a cabin, seen from above.

Get somewhere in Fort Qu’Appelle

A family-friendly network of trails around Fort Qu’Appelle, Saskatchewan, gives sledders plenty to explore all winter long.

by Kristen Mitchell
Numerous signs posted on a trail.
Snowmobiling safety, West Central Saskatchewan

In-class safety program for Saskatchewan snowmobilers gets revamped

Snowmobile Safety Training in the classroom is a six-hour course.

by Kris Dickeson