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 and Myra/Idabel snowmobile trails are groomed throughout the winter season with over 220 kilometers of marked loop trails and seven 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 sledders of all ages and abilities.
Please use extreme caution when exiting and returning to the Graystokes Parking Lot. Active logging is happening and crossing Bug Main to the Main Trail must be approached with care!!!
Next Dinner meeting Tuesday March 17th/2015(Annual General Meeting)
Meetings will be held at The ANAF Club at 270 Dougall Rd in Rutland.
If you plan on attending the meeting you must e-mail Ron at firstname.lastname@example.org at least one week prior to the meeting date. If you don’t let us know you’re attending there will not be food for you!! Doors open at 5:30 and Dinner served at 6:30. No charge to attend the meeting which follows dinner.
Snowmobile Club Raffle!!!
Donated to KSC by Banner Recreation in Kelowna
Vintage 1972 Evinrude: Electric Start. Reverse. Tickets $10 each.
And the Winner is… Darren Turk of Kelowna. Congratulations Darren. Thanks to all of you who purchased a ticket and supported the KSC.
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.
“Lets Ride BC” Web Link…. Lets Ride BC(Click)….NOTE: User Name: guest .. Password: snowfall
BCSF Web Link…..www.bcsf.org (Click)