Saskatchewan is home to over 10,000kms of signed and groomed trail, and equipped with fully stocked warm up shelters. There are over 50 clubs working together to maintain this trail system, and they'd love to have you out for a ride!
With out new interactive trail map, planning your ride has never been easier. See the whole trail system and current grooming status of each trail at a glance. Zoom in to an area to discover shelters, accommodations, restaurants, fuel stations, and more. Drag and drop your points to get exact KM distances, and then save your route for later, or better yet, share your route with your friends!
Trail Map: https://ssa.evtrails.com/
Your sled must be registered to use our trail system and shelters, but if you're traveling from out of province, don't worry! All that's required to ride trails in Saskatchewan is a valid registration and
insurance as per laws inside your home province or state. We have no trail passes or fees.
SK residents born on or before Jan 1, 1989 are required by law to take a snowmobile safety course; we offer both classroom and online training options.
You can find information about the Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association, current legislation, safety training, and club contact info on our website: http://www.sasksnow.com