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Two Snowmobiler Avalanche Fatalities this Weekend; A Third Has Close Call

Two snowmobilers died over the weekend in separate avalanches near Blue River and Coalville, while a snow biker suffered a close call. 

BCSF Fundraiser for Public Snowmobiling Land Access

A BCSF fundraiser in the form of a GoFundMe aims to help the organziation advocate for land access rights for the snowmobiling public.

Pass, Cash or Ass – Nobody Rides For Free

If you didn’t happen to like the grooming that day, then consider the costs of the warming shelter, amenities, signage, event planning, parking lot maintenance, or the back of house expenses that…

The Future of Riding Mount Sproatt in Jeopardy

The future of riding on Mount Sproatt is in jeopardy. To prevent a weather-based closure from taking effect, riders are being requested not only to comply with the closure area, but to…

Grizzly Lodge is Heaven on Earth

There is literally no limit to the fun you can have in every direction from Grizzly Lodge. And one of the best things is that from the time you pull on your…

Above and Beyond – Tackling Adversity on a Sled Trip

Despite breaking two sled parts in one weekend—forcing me to spend more than 10 extra hours on the road—I don’t feel too upset about it. I smile, reflecting on the non-stop action…

The Renshaw Ride Guide – McBride, BC

The Renshaw is McBride’s flagship area, boasting the largest managed riding area in BC. Renshaw offers riding for everyone from 7 to 77, with a good mix of low-angle and super-steep alpine…

Whatever Happened to Brodie Evans?

When I say that Brodie Evans worked hard, I mean as hard as any human could. He was out riding everyday, and not just for the fun of it.

Riley Suhan Invitational 2018 Backcountry Race Recap

Forty-four riders came, conquered and celebrated the inaugural Riley Suhan Invitational backcountry race event this past weekend. Here are the results.

Hidden Danger: the Hazards of Snowmobiling on a Glacier or Icefield

Sledders are now pushing deeper into the mountains than ever before, and in doing so, gaining access to the remote and breathtaking glaciers and icecaps of BC. Accidents can be avoided when…