Tag: BCSF

BCSF Works for Protection of Outdoor Recreation Opportunities and Established Snowmobile Trails in BC

The BC Snowmobile Federation presented two resolutions to the District of Sicamous Council on June 23, 2021 seeking support for protection of outdoor recreation opportunities and established snowmobile trails in BC.

It Might Surprise You How Much It Actually Costs To Groom Snowmobile Trails

Grooming programs are the reputation snowmobile clubs are built upon and frequently the largest line item in their annual operating budget. So, what does it cost to roll out the big white…

Trout Lake and Nakusp to Trial Adaptive Management Strategy for Threatened Caribou Herd

Two Kootenay snowmobile clubs will trial an adaptive management strategy that will use rotating closures to help protect a threatened mountain caribou herd struggling in their areas.

BCSF Hires Expert Biologist to Advise on Mountain Caribou Recovery Plan

The BCSF has announced that it has hired a biologist to assist its member clubs with the mountain caribou herd planning process.

Economic Impact of BC Snowmobiling Assessed at $299 Million Annually

The study shows that snowmobiling generated 299.2 million dollars and contributed 21.8 million dollars in revenue to the various levels of Government.

BC Snowmobile Groups win National Excellence Awards

On June 8th, 2019 the Canadian Council of Snowmobile Organizations (CCSO) hosted their annual Excellence Awards in Grand Rapids, Michigan as part of the International Snowmobile Congress with over three hundred delegates…

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…

5 Things Sledders Should Do Right Now

With winter just around the corner, here are 5 things sledders should do right now to get ready for our favourite time of year.