West Central Saskatchewan Hotshot photo

Kirk Kralkay riding his Arctic Cat Crossfire near Saskatoon. In Saskatchewan, sometimes you need to make your own hills.
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 man wearing red and black proposes to a woman wearing blue on a snowy trail next to snowmobiles.
Meet the Rider, Saskatoon, SK

Mud or snow, Nisbet Forest is the place to go

Erin Kosowan, Rad Rider in Saskatoon, cruises through Saskatchewan on quads, snowmobiles, and crazy carpets

by Kyle Born
Cassandra Mainville wears a pink jacket and sits on a blue snow bike in a snowy forest.
Meet the Rider, Saskatoon, SK

Social media stars Kyle and Cassandra Mainville chronicle their powersports escapades

Kyle and Cassandra Mainville, owners of Mainville ATV and Outdoors in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, record and photograph their most epic powersports adventures

by Kyle Born
The Barley Bin Shelter on Trail 101G.
North Battleford, SK

Club Profile: Battlefords Trail Breakers

Everything you need to know to play in North Battleford’s snow

by Kyle Born
Photo of Snowmobile riders
North Battleford, SK

The collector reveals how to invest in your favourite sport

North Battleford’s Brian Silvester has a collection of which most SnoRiders can only dream.

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
Winding, hilly Trail 101J north of Edam
North Battleford, SK

Top trails in North Battleford

The top trails in North Battleford feature rolling hills, boreal forest and lots of powder.

by Karen Kornelsen
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 section of Saskatoon trail sits ready to be groomed.

Photo courtesy Gerri Sametts
Saskatoon, SK

Where can I get trail passes for Saskatoon?

Sledding in Saskatoon this year? Find out what you need to hit the trails.

by Danielle Cameron
Beaver Lodge in one of the many Lakes in the Nisbet 
Photo courtesy of:  John Popoff
Saskatoon, SK

Saskatoon snowmobiling is what you need this season

The trails are pristine, and the riders are passionate: It has to be Saskatoon sledding.

by Danielle Cameron
Battleford's Trail Breakers expertly maneuver through Saskatchewan's rolling hills and valleys. These riders are headed toward Turtle Lake, just North of Cormack Hut.
North Battleford, SK

Breathtaking photos of northwestern Saskatchewan’s trails

North Battleford provides sledders with valleys, views and Saskatchewan’s best shelters.

by Jillian Clark
A sledder catching some air on the Saskatoon Snowmobile Club's trails.
Saskatoon, SK

Trip planner: What you need to know before snowmobiling in Saskatoon, SK

Trail maps, top snowmobile trails, club contacts and other useful information you can use before planning a snowmobile trip to Saskatoon, SK

by Danielle Cameron
Sledding in North Battleford, SK
North Battleford, SK

Trip planner: What you need to know before snowmobiling in North Battleford, SK

Trial maps, top snowmobile trails, club contacts and other useful information you can use before planning a snowmobile trip to North Battleford, SK

by Danielle Cameron
Erik catching some air on the Saskatoon Snowmobile Club's trails, while wearing a chest protector for safety.
Snowmobiling safety, Saskatoon, SK

Chest protectors can save lives

Erik Foster wants to bring awareness to the snowmobiling community about the importance of wearing a chest protector.

by Karen Kornelsen
Erik Foster and his son, Kaine, sledding near Colonsay.
Duck Mountain Provincial Park, SK

Sledding is all about family time for this Saskatoon rider

Erik Foster, his wife and two kids enjoy bonding time together on trails in Saskatoon, Candle Lake and Hudson Bay.

by Karen Kornelsen
Members of the Saskatoon Snowmobile Club enjoy some of the great riding in the area.
Saskatoon, SK

Saskatoon offers variety for sledders

The Saskatoon Snowmobile Club has 130 kilometres of trails in Saskatchewan that provide lots of diversity, and the club is planning an expansion.

by Kris Dickeson
The Barley Bin warm-up shelter is a popular spot along the Denholm Loop
North Battleford, SK

Tackling the sledding terrain in the Battlefords

The 440 kilometres of snowmobiling trails in the Battlefords Trail Breakers' system extend to the north, east and south of North Battleford, Sask.

by Kris Dickeson
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
A group of sledders gather around a short, red, round building surrounded by bush.
North Battleford, SK

Breaking trails in North Battleford

There is a variety of great riding in the Battleford area of Saskatchewan.

by Kristen Mitchell