Deep snow, smooth trails, alpine vistas and endless meadows. That’s what you will experience when you snowmobile in the Kelowna area. The Graystokes Park snowmobile trails are groomed throughout the winter season with over 150 kilometers of marked loop trails and four cabins. Take the Two John Lake route to Big White Ski resort for a lunch in the village or unload at Idabel Lake and ride to the top of Little White Mountain. A virtual snowmobiler’s paradise, the Kelowna Snowmobile Club trail systems have something for everyone
Next Dinner meeting Tuesday October 21st/2014
The Kelowna Snowmobile Club Dinner meetings will commence on Tuesday, October 21st/2014 and will take place every month til March on the 3rd Tuesday of the month. Meetings will again take place at the Invue Building at 2040 Springfield Rd on the second floor at The Elks Hall. Cost of the dinner has not yet been determined with the caterer. We will post the cost here as soon as we know.
Proud Sponsor of Snowarama
Did you know that it is now legal for a snowmobile to cross a plowed Forest Service Road in BC? The BC Government made changes to the Forest Road Regulations last winter that allow snowmobilers to cross plowed Forestry Roads. The only requirement is that we have liability insurance on our sleds and a valid Driver’s license. More information as it comes available.
Reserve in advance email us! email@example.com
“Lets Ride BC” Web Link…. Lets Ride BC(Click)….NOTE: User Name: guest .. Password: snowfall
BCSF Web Link…..www.bcsf.org (Click)
Lost and Found: If you’ve lost or found an item while out on the trails, drop me a message at mail us! firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll post it here.