Sled Sicamous

Big Mountains! Big Snow!

News Updates
Posted: Apr 6, 2012
On behalf of the Staff & Directors of the Eagle Valley Snowmobile Club we would like to thank our Club Members, Daily Visitors and all our Sponsors who supported our Club and sledding industry this season. 
We have some exciting projects planned for this summer so if you would like to become involved by volunteering any of your time or funds for a project, please contact us. We will keep you posted on upcoming projects.
Thanks again and we hope you enjoy your summer.

Grooming & Snow Report

Blue Lake

(click for area details)

Last Groomed:

We are done grooming this season and we would like to thank you for the support through this very challenging season.
Logging has started up again so please use caution.

Snow Report:

 190 cm base at cabin

Notices:  

Eagle Pass

(click for area details)Rider's Choice Award - Favorite Groomed Trail BC

Last Groomed: We are done grooming at Eagle Pass and we would like to thank you for your support through this very challenging Season.
Please use extreame caution in the back country.

Snow Report: 220 cm base at the cabin.
Notices: Bare dirt to the 1 km parking,
You should have good tires & carry chains to go beyound.
We just ploughed to the 4 km parking lot and the lot is bare.
Road to 4 km very icy.
Watch for water bars at 9.5,14.5, & 16.5 km.

Owlhead

(click for area details)

Last Groomed:

We are done grooming at Owlhead & Blue Lake and we would like to thank you for the support through this very challenging season.

Snow Report:

190 cm base at the cabin.

Notices: Road is bare to 7 km.
Parking is availible at  7km.
Good tires and chains required past this point.
Please Slow Down on the connector.

Queest

(click for area details)

Last Groomed: We are done Grooming at Queest for the season and we would like to thank you for the support during this very challenging season.
Snow Report: 210 cm base at the cabin.
Notices: Bare road to 14km where we unloaded our groomer the last trip.
We groomed the old trail from 14 km up to the sand pit where it meets the main trail because of the long bare spots down to 17km from logging companys ploughing through out the winter months.

 

Trails will be Groomed after 75 sleds or as soon as possible. 
PLEASE!!! Pack OUT what you Pack IN.

  • - Please do not drive your vehicle on groomed trails.
  • - Stay on the right side of the trail.
  • - Watch for grooming equipment and give them right-of-way
  • - Travel on and off the groomed trails is completely at the Sledders Own Risk.

 

Last updated:  Monday 23-Mar-15 03:02:PM PDT by Gord Bushell

Sled Sicamous - Please Visit our Sponsors:

TA Structures

sunset-powder snowmobiling by Rene