Snowmobile clubs in our area

100 Mile Snowmobile Club maintains Gold Rush Snowmobile Trail

The 100 Mile Snowmobile Club maintains around 100 kilometres of trails – mostly the Gold Rush Snowmobile Trail from 70 Mile House to Ten-ee-ah Lodge – and they are well signed.

The club grooms sections of the trails and in and around the clubhouse as weather and conditions permit.

These are family friendly trails that provide safe rides. Sledders can access Moose Meadows or Moose Valley canoe route trail system and get to Helena Lake, which are popular with families, and down to 70 Mile House.

Clubhouse: 900 Ainsworth Rd. Turn onto Ainsworth Road off Highway 97 at 99 Mile just before (heading north) or past (heading south) the railway overpass.

Contact: Al Reichardt – home: 250-791-6322 or cell: 250-706-9825

Memberships: single – $80 and family – $120

All membership dues cover membership to the 100 Mile Snowmobile Club, which includes membership to the BC Snowmobile Federation, and should give you a discount on your liability insurance.

Membership director: Laurie at 250-395-3663

Guided rides: No

Events: No

Information: Go to and click on 100 Mile Snowmobile Club.

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