Last updated: September 26, 2022

As our riders await the snow to top our hills once again, we are busy here at Sled Sicamous ramping up for the Edmonton Snow Show in October 15th, the Saskatchewan Snow Show on November 4th, and celebrating International Snowmobile Day on October 29th, with a festival at the Owlhead staging area. Details to come; however, we’re stoked to welcome everyone to our groomed trails this winter and celebrating the sport and industry through our dedication to our patrons.

For those new to our area, we typically begin punching trails around the 6th of December – but that’s a historical average and we can always cross our fingers for powder and prime conditions to come early this year!

A few important notes:

  • Pack out what you pack in – garbage cans have now been removed from the cabins, and we appreciate your assistance with keeping them clean.
  • We remind anyone utilizing FSR’s to be mindful to carry radios and call up/down your kilometres as required.

Thank you and, as always, Sled Safely!

GROOMING REPORT

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TRAIL GROOMING

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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