Snowmobile Trails and Snowmobiling in British Columbia

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Snowmobile Trails

100 Mile House
Anahim Lake/Tweedsmuir Park
Bacon Lake/Campbell River
Big White/Graystokes Plateau
Castlegar
Chetwynd/Pine Pass
Clearwater
Coquihalla Connector
Coquihalla Pass
Cranbrook/Kimberly
Cypress Provincial Park
Elk Valley/Sparwood
Fernie
Fort St. John
Gold Bridge/Bralorne
Golden
Green Lake
Hunters Range/Enderby
Kelowna
Kikaneed Range/West Kootenays
Kitimat/Terrace
Logan Lake
Lumby
Mackenzie
McBride
Merritt
Mica Mountain
Mt. Washington/Comox
Pemberton Ice Fields
Prince George
Quesnel/Wells
Radium Hot Springs/Invermere
Revelstoke
Salmon Arm
Sicamous
Smithers
Squamish/Brohm Ridge
Stewart
Taseko Lake
Tod Mountain/Tranquille Lake
Tumbler Ridge/Dawson Creek
Valemount
Vernon
Whistler
Williams Lake/Quesnel Lake

British Columbia

Let’s get right to the point. Snowmobiling in British Columbia might just be the best on the planet. When you combine lots of snow, the mountains and wide-open spaces you have what some snowmobilers can only dream of. British Columbia snowmobilers (and those who make the trip to this province to ride) live it. .

Why would BC sledders ever want to ride anywhere else? There are places in BC that receive anywhere from 8-18 metres of snow. We’ve heard of sledders riding nearly year-round in some spots. The mountains are rugged and provide some of the best hillclimb you’ll find anywhere. Of course, there are plenty of places riders of any kind of skill level can enjoy.
Miles of groomed trails: 12000
Number of clubs: 0
Contacts:
Tourism British Columbia (800) HELLO BC
Road Conditions
British Columbia snowmobile Federation (877) 537-8716


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