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That giant fireball in the sky is attempting to burn the skin off of your body. You’re shorthanded at work, trying to cover for everyone’s vacations. The snowpack is at a season low. This can only mean one thing: We are in the middle of two months of the worst snowmobiling of the year. Here’s why summer sledding sucks.
With the help of Rob Derman—Head Coach for the Australian Olympic Skeleton Team—here is a simple exercise routine designed specifically for snowmobiling.
Search for second-hand gear like avalanche bags and beacons. We often see our local backcountry pro selling their one-year old gear that is usually in great condition. Facebook groups and athlete pages have also become a great resource for finding used gear.
We thought hot flashes were associated with menopause, but it turns out it’s a condition that affects sledders in August. The symptoms are feelings of excessive heat, profuse sweating, restlessness, inability to stay focused and the overarching desire to watch a sled film. In order to satisfy your appetite, here—in one …
Necessity is the mother of invention, and the people of Russia take this phrase to heart more than any other. Whether it be inventing a new form of snowmobile, or just a way to spend the time in a long and harsh winter, Russian creativity is second to none
Revelstoke is the Mecca of sledding. No, Muhammad was not born in Revelstoke. But it is the holiest place in the interior of BC to ride a snowmobile.
Every kind of sledding friendship is awesome and unique and no matter who you are going up the mountain with on any given day, no matter what the nature of your sledding friendship, you know you’re going to have an awesome time.
The Hartley Lake trail is the access point for true alpine riding amongst the towering limestone peaks of the Rockies. The groomed trail meanders past an old lake bed, through meadows and into some of Fernie’s most remote backcountry. Good route finding and backcountry experience is a must when heading out to this area.
Northern Light Films Vol. 2 is the second feature-length snowmobile film produced by the Northern Light Films Swedish team of freeriding sledders. Northern Light Films Vol. 2 The film, which runs for just under 36 minutes, features a mix of tree riding, spring jump sessions and deep pow shredding …