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Top Snowmobile Destination – Sicamous, British Columbia, Canada

Welcome to Sicamous, BC, Canada snowmobiling situated in the beautiful Eagle Valley in the Thompson-Shuswap Region of British Columbia, halfway between Vancouver, BC and Calgary, Alberta.

Sicamous is widely known as a sledding destination with a good selection of short and long haul snowmobiling routes with easy access staging areas. Sicamous sledding is enjoyed in four pristine riding areas in the region spanning over hundreds of kilometres of groomed and ungroomed trails. The main sledding areas in Sicamous include Owlhead, Eagle Pass, Queest and Blue Lake. The trails range from groomed family-friendly to ungroomed deep powder wilderness areas for expert sledders.

The sledding season in the Sicamous BC region generally begins in the month of November and runs until Late May. It is advised to check-in with Paradise Motel first on current snow conditions and the availability of access to sledding areas.

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Why Choose Sicamous, BC for Snowmobiling

Sicamous, BC snowmobiling is considered one of top destinations in British Columbia, Canada for sledding. Sicamous is a recipient of the Annual Rider’s Choice Awards. Recently the sledtown was voted by snowmobilers as the “Favorite Overall Snowmobiling Area in BC” and “Favorite Scenic Snowmobiling Area in BC”.

Paradise Motel is a snowmobile-friendly accommodation with plenty of parking and a good assortment of self contained units. The motel is located in the Town of Sicamous and within walking distance to all major services including restaurants, gas stations, pubs and retail stores. There is also sled rentals available in the community.

Contact Paradise Motel for all your sledding needs when snowmobiling in the Sicamous, BC region.

Important links for Snowmobilers

Avalanche Updates:
Grooming and Snow Report:
Highway Travel Information:
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Eagle Valley Snowmobile Club: