Category: Featured

Taiga Motors Ekko Electric Mountain-Specific Snowmobile

The company is offering three different models, including the Taiga Motors Ekko—their mountain-specific model. Two other models will also be available: the Atlas, which is a crossover sled, and the Nomad, which…

The Coming of Age of Mountain Sledding

It was the second major event in just two years, another nightmarish sign in the crossroads at which mountain sledding had arrived. In the years between 2007 and 2017, 63 sledders died…

Jon Jean Interview – Going Big

Throwing a snowball from the takeoff is a really good trick for checking speed. Just pack a nice snowball and throw it. Depending on how hard I throw it, I’ll know how…

Ride Report: Chic-Choc Mountains

We worked every side of those Chic-Choc Mountains, chewing our way through the trees from super technical valley bottoms to the tops of the mountains.

Andrew Munster – A Cornerstone of West Coast Sledding Culture

Andrew Munster is a multi-dimensional guy, and a one-of-a-kind when it comes to mountain sledding. He is best known for Munster Innovations, his company that designs top-quality aftermarket components for snowmobiles.

Industry Leaders Work to Establish Association of Snowmobile Guides in BC

The first-ever sled guide association in the world is coalescing, with the epicenter in the interior of British Columbia. The collaborative effort is led by Great Canadian Tours—headquartered out of Revelstoke’s Glacier…

Khan Yong Gee – A Different Sort of Whistler Lifestyle

On a sliver of land at the end of the road, beyond the rows of ridiculously extravagant Whistler mansions, sits an RV that Khan Yong Gee calls home.

A Day on the Alpha One and PRO-RMK 850

The Apple vs Android debate is a pillow fight compared to the MMA of sled owner conviction on topics like Arctic Cat Alpha One vs Polaris PRO-RMK 850.

The Other Side of the Mountain

All year I dream about trips like this, and now everything has come together: an awesome team, proper equipment, great weather and snow conditions. Yet I all I want to do is go home.…

Avalanche Research Program Seeks Feedback from Backcountry Users of All Experience Levels

Simon Fraser University is asking for participation in an avalanche research survey that examines the ways in which backcountry recreationists use avalanche safety information.