Snowmobiling in the Valemount area is second to none when it comes to accessible area, open spaces, amazing scenery and POWDER SNOW!
No matter if you are an hard core adventure seeker or just wanting to get our for a nice recreational ride, there is terrain around Valemount for all levels of riders.
If you’re not familiar with the area or do not own a machine of your own and want to give it a try, there are guide services and snowmobile rentals available.
If the information your are seeking is not found on this website, please feel free to call our office directly to speak with a member of the VARDA staff at 250-566-4817. Our staff are highly informed and love chatting about anything relating to snow, so please do not hesitate to pick up the phone and call.
The Allan Creek trail is the first to open each season in the Valemount area and its lakes, bowls, meadows, and steep hills make it a favorite. This is a very large area and only the experienced should travel to the far ends. Family riding can be found around the cabin and lakes as soon as you enter the alpine. Please sign in and out in the cabin record book.
The Clemina Creek area is very accessible to all levels of riding ability and all levels can find suitable terrain. In times of poor weather and visibility, this area can produce some excellent tree riding. The trails to the alpine of Clemina Creek are wide and easy to ride.
Valemount’s prized jewel with elevation ranged from 6,000 ft. – 8,000 ft., as this area can hold some of the best snow in the valley. A scenic, 26km trail leads you up to some of the most abundant snow in the Valemount area.
Westridge Family Loop
The Westridge Family Loop is a low-elevation, 22-km snowmobiling loop with lovely views of the valley and town of Valemount, providing an excellent place for first timers to hone their snowmobiling skills before heading into the steeper mountains. A warming hut is located at the far end of the recreation area to fight off winter chills.