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If you haven’t been to Silent Pass in Golden, you’re missing out. Golden, British Columbia is a motorized haven—a sled-friendly bubble surrounded by no less than five national parks. With so many epic mountains around, it is understandable that the people living here take their mountain recreation seriously – including in …
Riley Suhan had been handed a once-in-a-lifetime chance to shred the off-limits peaks of Kicking Horse Mountain Resort on his snowmobile.
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At this point, Ella Snäll shouldn’t need an introduction. But just in case you spent your Christmas and New Year holidays out of wifi reach or with your head in the toilet, she was recently the first woman to backflip a sled. Hailing from the northern-most town in Sweden, she …
MY2018 marks the 50th anniversary of Yamaha-built snowmobiles, but that major milestone isn’t the only reason for Yamaha enthusiasts to be excited about their favourite brand for 2018. Steady refinement and a few key factors have made the latest Sidewinder M-TX the best mountain machine that Yamaha has ever produced.
Sure, you could stuff a couple of Hot Pockets into your muffpot and call it good, but you’re better than that (presumably). Read ahead, and in no time you too will be razzle-dazzling your sledding pals with some culinary pizzaz. Here’s what you need to know.
Exiting the busy flow of the Trans-Canada Highway and starting down the quiet back road toward CKMP, I am overcome with the calming sense that I am about to withdraw from reality for a few days. Nestled in the Interior BC snowbelt between Revelstoke and Sicamous, the deep snowbanks and tall trees lining the road here feel worlds apart from the everyday.
People celebrate their birthday but silently live past their deathday every year. The clock is ticking and no one knows when the bell will toll for them. When the snow flakes fly, the sense of urgency that we live with needs to be re-examined.
My favourite style of riding is when the whole crew brings out a shovel and we build massive jumps and when it is done, everyone just goes off and we all send it huge! Big floaters and lots of hang time puts a smile on my face.
Brodie Evans is an avalanche safety ambassador, a 4th year apprentice carpenter, a competitive enduro biker, a recreational dirtbiker, and a guy who organizes his life so he can sled almost every day in the winter. Feature photo by Julie-Ann Chapman To say this clean-cut 24 year old—originally from …