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Mountain Sledder Magazine | June 26, 2017

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Everyone’s an Expert: The Mountain Caribou Conundrum

December 28, 2016 |

A recent Facebook post by the Conservation Officer Service of British Columbia has raised some interesting questions about Mountain Caribou conservation efforts in BC. There are certainly some facts regarding the decline of Mountain Caribou populations in the province, but it seems like these are overshadowed by many more opinions … Read More

Behind the Cover: Zac Parks

December 18, 2016 |

The name Zac Parks keeps cropping up in the snowmobile universe. Before we even knew much about him, there he was, gracing the cover of Mountain Sledder Magazine’s 10th issue. After getting to know Zach a little more, we figured everyone else should too. Below is a conversation with the man … Read More

Andrew Munster Interview

December 16, 2016 |

Andrew Munster Interview by Colin Wallace With introduction by Cody McNolty   Heading into the winter season of 2012/2013, I was a little concerned because my main and nearly exclusive riding partner Ryan had moved away from the West Coast. This was my third season back from a 7-year hiatus … Read More

Lynx Adventure: Snowmobile Expedition to the South Pole

December 8, 2016 |

A Finnish expedition team will set out on December 21, 2016 in an attempt to cross 4,400km of Antarctica on snowmobiles. The four man team, led by celebrated Finnish explorer Patrick “Pata” Degerman, will set out on Lynx snowmobiles in an effort to reach the South Pole within 10 days. … Read More

First Ride Whistler

October 24, 2016 |

We’ve been getting pounded with rain in Whistler and Pemberton but that has equated to big dumps up high. The problem has been access…unless someone has a key to a gate to get to the snow. There were about 10 of us. The stoke was high and our sleds were … Read More

Sledding in Radium, BC: Catamount Glacier

October 12, 2016 |

Words and photos by Tim Grey   Into Another Dimension: Catamount Glacier near Radium, BC   It’s late spring and the 509 team is looking to finish up shooting for their next film Volume 11. Temps have been sky high and it’s getting harder and harder to find the snow … Read More

License to Thrill: Avalanches and the solution

October 3, 2016 |

Words by Colin Wallace Why are we still seeing incidents involving under-informed and underequipped snowmobile avalanche victims? Is it time to regulate who can buy a mountain sled? We do it with trucks, we do it boats, we do it with guns, why shouldn’t we do it with sleds? None … Read More

Night Rider: Suns gone, lights on.

September 30, 2016 |

Rider: Jeremy Hanke, Revelstoke, BC Photo: Alain Sleigher Sleds come stock with headlights right? What are headlights for? Lighting up the darkness. Even when the sun departs, more riding can go down. As sledding style grows and re-invents itself every season, the filmer and photographer follow with their own style … Read More

Interview with Morgan Gamache

September 26, 2016 |

Morgan Gamache is a sledder through and through.  He started when he was five, bought his first sled at sixteen and now in his late twenties, he leads the charge as one of the best in the game. He’s been starring in sled media since he made an appearance in … Read More

DAN DAVIDOFF TRIBUTE

September 25, 2016 |

On March 14, 2016 mountain sledding lost one of its brightest stars. Already a legend, the Krazy Canadian, Dan Davidoff was known for his wild antics on a snowmobile far and wide. But in the aftermath of the tragedy of his passing, a light has been shone on the off-snow … Read More