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  1. With our first and largest issue of the season hot off the press, we want to tell you about the cover photo—which was taken by Danny Roberts of Boosted Imagery, based in Valemount, B.C.

  2. Snowstorms to frequent Ontario, Quebec; Dangerously cold air to grip the Prairies; and Early snow in Western Canada.

  3. MMSRA is the only mini snowmobile racing association in Canada and works to foster a love for the sport in young kids in Manitoba.

  4. BOS Motorsports in Sherwood Park, Alberta, is continually growing despite a fire that consumed the business within months of its inception.

  5. Free Avalanche Seminars across Western Canada, presented by Ski-Doo.

  6. Be sure to bring a camera when you’re snowmobiling in Saskatchewan.

  7. Check out the Ski-Doo Fall 2017 Avalanche Awareness schedule.

  8. Camera-wielding Danny Roberts puts the Valemount shred scene in sharp focus.

  9. SnoRiders magazine has once again teamed up with Zac's Tracs Avalanche Skills Training to offer a free Avalanche Skills Training Level 1 course (AST 1).

  10. A dozen huts, 670 kilometres of groomed trails and two million hectares of provincial forest. Ready to check out Hudson Bay yet?

  11. Alberta’s Lakeland region has multiple terrains to ride, such as farmland, bush, cutlines and hills to climb

  12. 12,000 kilometres of trails, two provinces and a plane crash site are just a few of the reasons to nestle into the Crowsnest Pass

  13. Whitecourt has earned its shining reputation as one of the leading sled towns in the province.

  14. The Pas might be a small community, but it has tremendous sledding potential.

  15. One look at these photos, and you'll be stoked for your Revy experience.

  16. This attractive B.C. community is the place to be if you love adventurous mountain snowmobiling.

  17. With stellar terrain and a welcoming community, Valemount has what it takes to make snowmobilers happy.

  18. Come to this B.C. community for varied terrain and deep powder.

  19. This part of B.C. sees plenty of snowfall and boasts a number of appealing snowmobile communities.

  20. Doing some exercise in the fall will help you experience less fatigue, ride better and reduce the chance of injury on your first days of a new sledding season.