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A small club located in the Arrow Lakes Region with an average of 30 members.
Campbell River, BC
We are a small club that varies between 25 and 30 members that was formed in 1986 and became a registered society in 1988. We have one riding area bordering Strathcona Provincial Park that is...
The Black Tusk Snowmobile Club (BTSC) was founded in 1971 in Squamish, British Columbia, Canada on the heels of a failed ski development. Soon after, The BTSC negotiated it's tenure on Brohm...
Gold Bridge, BC
The Bridge River Valley Snowmobile Club was formed in the early 1970s; based out of Gold Bridge; BC. Over the years the club has grown throughout the Bridge River Valley and now includes the...
A small club with approximately 40 members. The club riding area is in a Provincial Park so you must contact the club before accessing. Terrain is steep and deep with lots of trees....
Burns Lake, BC
The Burns Lake Snowmobile Club was established in 1999 and has an average of 40 members. Their main riding areas are the Telkwa Range, Sobola's and Ailport. Ailport is popular for family...
1 (250) 692-4172
The Chilliwack Snowmobile club is a small club that rides the Mt. Cheam and Mt. Thurston areas. They are continually working with the Ministry to keep new and old riding areas open.
Christina Lake, BC
They are a small club of 20-25 members. The club was formed at Christina Lake in the late 1990s and is a registered Society. Their riding is done mainly at the Walker creek area on the Paulsen...
Large club with approximately 115 members. The clubs goal is to increase ridership in the area, promote a family recreation area and a travel circuit which would have a favourable economic...
1 (250) 674-3773
Small Club located in Parson, BC.
1 (250) 348-2285
Large club with approximately 90 members located on the Alberta/BC Border.
The Cranbrook Snowmobile Club invites you to join in their general club meetings on discussions about snow conditions...
1 (250) 489-5208
Small club of approximately 30 members located in Sparwood, BC
1 (250) 425-2042
The Fernie Snowmobile Association was formed March 1st. 1990 and is a British Columbia Snowmobile Federation (BCSF) member club. They maintain 2 warm up cabins in the local area which are...
1 (250) 423-9251
Fort Nelson, BC
A small club in Fort Nelson, BC.
1 (250) 774-4203
Golden Golden, BC
Golden, winner of multiple platinum, gold, silver & bronze rider's choice awards in 2011, is renowned for its virtually endless riding options, deep snowfalls of champagne powder, &...
1 (250) 344-5252
A club with approximately 55 members located in Houston, BC. They usually ride the Telkwa Range, Sobolas or Babine.
1 (250) 845-4032
The Graystokes Park became a popular snowmobiling area in the mid 60's and in 1968 the Kelowna Snowmobile Club was incoporated.
Mabel Lake, BC
Large Club with appoximately 80 members located in Coldstream, BC. The Lumby/Mabel Lake Snowmobile Association provides groomed trails and maps for the Park Mountain Range, the Pinnacles,...
The Mid-Island Sno-Blazers Association was founded in 1970 and is the largest snowmobile club on Vancouver Island with 140 members.
1 (250) 246-2885
A small club with approximately 30 members located in Vernon.
1 (250) 542-6209
Moyie Lake, BC
A small club of approximately 30 members near Cranbrook, BC.
1 (250) 829-0519
Campbell River, BC
A large club with appoximately 75 members located on Vancouver Island in Campbell River, BC.
1 (250) 923-7179
Fort St John, BC
A large active club with approximately 80 members located in Fort St John, BC. With an additional $10 deposit with your membership you receive a key and usage of the Charlie Lake Chalet and...
Dawson Creek, BC
The Paradise Valley Snowmobile Club is a small club of Approximately 30 members in Dawson Creek, BC Their riding area is located just out of town and offers nearly 500 km (300 mi.) of...
1 (250) 719-7214
A large club with approximately 100 members. TThe PVSC meets the 1st Thursday of each month from October to April. PVSC grooms the Rutherford Trail to Pemberton Ice Cap (user pay $15). Join...
Snowmobiling around Chetwynd is characterized by deep powder and crisp mountain air. Snowmobile trails into the Rocky Mountains are just an hour or two away, and trailheads are located in Pine...
Powder Mountain Snowmobile and Outdoor Recreation club, located in Whistler BC, manages the access to the pemberton Ice Cap via the Brandywine parking facility. The site is...
Quesnel Snowmobile Club has about 12 members at present and the club was formed around 1969. There are 2 riding areas close to town that are family oriented. One is called Deacon Creek Trails...
1 (250) 747-4664
This club was formed in 1968 and is one of the oldest clubs in BC. It has an average of 750 members and some of the best riding areas in Canada.
There are approximately 10 different...
1 (250) 837-4708
Tumbler Ridge, BC
The Ridge Riders are always looking for new members to make their club thrive once again in the town of Tumbler Ridge. By joining the club you can help save their favourite riding areas from...
1 (250) 242-5025
The Rocky Mountain Riders Snowmobile Club is based out of Mackenzie, B.C. They snowmobile from November to May and ride in areas for people ranging from novice to extreme riders. The club is...
Salmon Arm, BC
Last year they had a total of 21 members and membership has declined from historical numbers of an average of 50 members. The Salmon Arm Snowblazers was formed in the early 1970's . Their...
1 (250) 675-2420
Small Club located in Nelson, BC
The Similkameen Snowmobile Club is a small social club based out of Keremeos. Their primary riding area is near the US border up the Ashnola Valley.
A large club with Approximately 85 members located out of Terrace, BC founded in the late 70's. The local Sledders describe it for those who dream of powder filled weekends, blue skys, good...
A small club of approximately 40 members located in Penticton, BC. Main riding areas are the 201, Little White, Trans-Canada Trail, Apex, and over to the Ashnola riding area maintained by the...
1 (250) 809-2851
West Vancouver, BC
The Summit Seekers Snowmobile Club is a family oriented groups of sledders dedicated to safe snowmobiling and always willing to welcome new members with or without experience.
We are located on the Sunshine Coast, north of Horseshoe Bay and south of Powell River. We need the BC Ferries to get here. Just a short trip on the Horseshoe Bay – Langdale Ferry. We enjoy...
A large club of approximate 80 members located in the Tulameen area. The purpose of the club is to promote snowmobiling and safety. Members of the British Columbia Snowmobile Federation. Club...
Vernon Snowmobile Association has Approximately 50 members and is a very active Club. They host an Annual Snow Show in the fall of each year.
They offer snowmobiling in the Wells/Barkerville area.
Williams Lake, BC
The Williams lake Powder Kings was formed in 1994 and have an annual membership of approx 70 members. Their main riding area is Yanks Peak which has a large parking lot with outhouses and...
1 (250) 392-4818