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SNOWMOBILING:

The only OTHER thing you should
do in the winter!

            

ALERTS: 

 

*TRAILS ARE NOT OPEN DUE TO SNOW CONDITIONS*

 

 

The Edson Sno-Seekers Club is a non-profit family orientated organization that consists of volunteer members to host numerous events throughout the winter season. We have been a part of the community since 1965. The Edson Sno-Seekers is part of the Alberta Snowmobile Association, over the past few years we have been able to maintain 75-125 members each year. Throughout the winter season we attract many riders from outside communities within the province. The main event we have is our Poker Rally, this draws approx. 200 people to our community that weekend.

 

The Edson Sno-Seekers invest many volunteer hours to maintain the trail system (approx. 300kms) and our five warm up shelters.  Grooming & maintaining the trails is important in order to keep them open & for our communities enjoyment.  The Edson-Sno Seekers have a registered trail system in place. The trail from Edson-Robb has a warm up shelter (Schwartz Creek). The Edson-Silver Summit trail has a warm up shelter (Pepperhill) That trail them connect to Whitecourt’s trail via our Tom Hill warm up shelter. The Sundance staging area has a warm up shelter.  Also the Lovett staging area has a warm-up shelter.

 

The Edson Sno-Seekers are very active with respect to preserving and maintaining the snowmobile trails in and around the surrounding area of Edson. The club works closely with government departments including Forestry, Alberta Environment & Parks, Town of Edson and Yellowhead County.

 

If you have any questions about our club please contact Darin Nelson 780-712-5916 or Michael Buck 780-725-1448

Passes available at all the local dealerships or contact Melissa @ 780-712-9369. Online passes are available at https://albertasnowmobile.ca/

 

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