Avalanche Canada is a non-government, not-for-profit organization dedicated to public avalanche safety. We issue daily avalanche forecasts throughout the winter for much of the mountainous regions of western Canada, providing this free information via our website and our app, Avalanche Canada Mobile. We also coordinate and deliver avalanche awareness and education programs, provide curriculum and support to instructors of Avalanche Canada training programs, act as a central point-of-contact for avalanche information, and work closely with many different avalanche research projects, both at home and abroad.
The British Columbia Snowmobile Federation is dedicated to providing strong leadership and support to member clubs to establish, maintain and protect quality opportunities for organized snowmobiling in British Columbia and to promote the safe and environmentally responsible use of these opportunities." - See more at: http://bcsf.org/about/mission-statement#sthash.LHvaDjy7.dpuf
BC offers a host of exceptional recreation opportunities. While some of the Province�??s most spectacular recreation features are located in parks, many more recreation resources are found in the rugged and real backcountry.
The purpose of this forum is so you can post your comments, share stories and information about the snow and hill conditions, ask questions, add pictures and videos of your day out, report lost and found or stolen items, sell sledding items, or organize an informal ride with people in the community.
DriveBC is the British Columbia Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure's traveller information system. By providing timely road condition and incident information for the provincial highway system, motorists can decide when to travel and what route to take. This information is updated at regular intervals and as highway conditions change. Traveller information is provided only for provincially-managed transportation routes in British Columbia.
SnoRiders is published three times a year and its subscription includes that of its sister publication, RidersWest, which is published twice a year. SnoRiders is packed with snowmobiling destinations throughout Western Canada, new products for riders, stories and photos from sledders and much more.
Let's Ride BC is a program administered by the British Columbia Snowmobile Federation, and funded by Tourism BC via their industry sector development initiative called 'Experiences BC'. This is a partnership between the BCSF and Destination BC with the goal to attract snowmobilers to BC, promote snowmobile related businesses and develop tourism based snowmobile activity. Let's Ride BC is a program set up for clubs, businesses and communities that support growth and value the economic impact the snowmobile industry has on BC's winter tourism business.