Winter Activities

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Winter Trails

Snowmobiling

Sno-phone 250-569-8871 (trail conditions) 

McBride is a mecca for snowmobiling.

The McBride Big Country Snowmobile Association maintains three sledding areas in the local mountains with groomed access and warming cabins. 

Before heading out check Avalanche Canada for the latest avalanche bulletins.

For more information about snowmobiling in McBride, you can call the McBride Info Centre at 1-866-569-3366.


Cross Country Skiing


The Yellowhead Ski Club maintains 20km of groomed and track set (classic) trails on Belle Mountain 8km east of McBride.

You can view a map of the ski trails by clicking HERE.

It's possible to book a 10 person ski-in cabin in winter by calling 250-569-3360.


Snowshoeing

You can snowshoe almost anywhere around McBride in winter...up at the Belle Mountain Cross Country Ski trails, at the Phil and Jennie Gaglardi Park, along the sandbar at the Fraser River, to name a few spots.


Backcountry Skiing

Backcountry skiing is a growing sport in the McBride area.

Experienced parties access terrain on Belle and Lucille Mountains as well as further afield up the Dore River and points west at Driscoll Ridge, Sugarbowl/Grizzly Den Provincial Park and Goat River Provincial Park.

Ski-in cabins are available through the Ozalenka Alpine Club - 250-569-2596. 

Before heading out check Avalanche Canada for the latest avalanche bulletins.


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