GROOMING REPORT – April 9, 2023

The 2022/2023 Eagle Valley Snowmobile Club Snowmobile Season has Officially Ended.

  • From here out, please pack out what you pack in as garbage and recycling bins are no longer available at the cabins/parking lots, and we appreciate your assistance with keeping the cabins clean.
  • We also remind anyone utilizing FSR’s to be mindful to carry two-way radios and call up/down your kilometres on posted channels as required.

BLUE LAKE: As of today still parking at the bottom of the trail; however, this and other trailheads will be fluctuating as spring riding conditions continue at Blue Lake and our other staging areas.

EAGLE PASS: The 1km parking lot is accessible and has been plowed off and the fsr up is 95 per cent dirt; however, tire chains are highly recommended for trailers as there are a few patches of ice left.

OWLHEAD: Visit the Apex Alpine Cam to keep an eye on snow conditions here. 2.5km parking lot is accessible and has been plowed off; however, tire chains are highly recommended and trailers discouraged on FSR’s.

QUEEST: Please note that the parking lot is private property and is no longer accessible to the public now that operations for Sled Sicamous have ended for the season. We expect our ridership to respect this private property, and find alternate parking when accessing at Queest Mountain Road.

Thank you for an incredible season everyone and as always, Sled Safely!


Trails will be groomed after 75 sleds; in the evening ***BEGINNING AT DUSK*** 

  • 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 Sledder’s Own Risk.
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