The Shuswap is home to seven excellent sledding areas. Many of the mountain’s access are groomed, providing a smooth ride to the alpine. There’s great powder, challenging climbs and fun bowls to play in. Our hills are just right for all types: from new sledders, touring families, fun riders and thrill seekers. Six of the areas offer day use chalet, and a typical sledding season runs from November to May.
Caution! All these mountain areas can be treacherous. Whenever snowmobiling in a new area, it is wise to check with experienced local riders first regarding snow and weather conditions, routes and potential hazards. If in doubt, or weather conditions are variable, stay on well used trails and riding areas. Be sure to sign in at the chalets and let others know where you are going.
Looking for the thrill of snowmobiling? Here in the Shuswap you'll find great powder, challenging climbs and fun bowls to play in.
The Shuswap is home to seven excellent sledding areas, including Blue Lake Mountain, Crowfoot Mountain, Eagle Pass, Fly Hills, Owlhead Mountain, Queest Mountain and Spa Hills. Local snowmobile clubs make your adventure memorable and safe. The Crowfoot Mountain Snowmobile Club, Eagle Valley Snowmobile Club, Hunters Range Snowmobile Club, Salmon Arm Snowblazers,and Spa Hills can all provide hints and advice for a great trip.
For more information on Sledding in the Sicamous area follow this link: http://www.sledsicamous.com
- Eagle Valley Lodge Call: (250) 836-2860 or Visit: www.eaglevalleylodge.com
- Full Speed Rentals Call: (250) 836-4406 or Visit: www.fullspeedrentals.com
- Mountain Park Motorsports Call: (250)-836-4306 or Visit: ww.mpmotorsports.com
Winter in the Shuswap
One of our top four favourite seasons! Check out our video of the best of winter in the Shuswap: Skiing, Snowmobiling, Skating & more!
Snowriders Magazine Riders Choice Awards Voted as the 2015 - 17th Annual 'Favorite Overall Snowmobiling Area in BC.
Shuswap Snowmobile Trail Map (PDF, 1.1 mb)
The Shuswap offers seven excellent sledding areas, from groomed family trails to steep and deep for the thrill seekers. Discover where the trails and chalets are using these maps.