In 1967 Crowfoot mountain was hit by a wild fire called “The Mag”. This was significant for the riding terrain as it opened up a large area which is now called “The Burn”. This is now one of the largest riding areas on the mountain. The Crowfoot Mountain Snowmobile Club was founded in the early 1980’s and the Chalet was then built in 1982 by a group of eager local snowmobilers.
We support the local Crowfoot Mountain Snowmobile club and please note that trail fees do apply to all that rent our machines.
CROWFOOT MOUNTAIN, BC
WHERE WE RIDE
CROWFOOT & GRIZZLY MOUNTAIN, BC
Only 20km off the trans-Canada highway Crowfoot and Grizzly Mountains nestled right in the heart of the North Shuswap are a snowmobiler’s paradise. These mountains offer terrain for intermediate to expert riders and spectacular views of the Shuswap Lake. There is 28km of marked Crowfoot mountain snowmobile club groomed trails. With 20sq kilometers to discover there are alpine and subalpine regions with lots of variety from open meadows to hills and cliffs. Elevation ranges from 1200m-2250m with an average snowfall of 14ft. There are three day use chalets within the riding zone.