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    Newbie Session's Avatar
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    New to sledding in Kelowna

    hey guys just bought two sleds this year, i have ridden a few time in the past thought i would be great to have my own sled.
    i am having a tough time figuring out where is good to ride right now so i keep searching the forum and trying to figure it out.
    i am will in travel pretty much anywhere in BC/AB to get out and ride these new sleds any ideas?



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    Senior Member Lund's Avatar
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    Re: New to sledding in Kelowna

    Quote Originally Posted by Session View Post
    hey guys just bought two sleds this year, i have ridden a few time in the past thought i would be great to have my own sled.
    i am having a tough time figuring out where is good to ride right now so i keep searching the forum and trying to figure it out.
    i am will in travel pretty much anywhere in BC/AB to get out and ride these new sleds any ideas?
    In the Kelowna area there are lots of great riding area's. You can get maps and details at most of the dealers and the club.
    Near Kelowna, going east up 33, Grey Stokes, Big White and Little White, all excellent riding. Grey stokes is the Kelowna club riding area.
    In the south, Apex mtn. In the west on the West Kelowna side you have the Coquihalla, Brenda mines area. Also great riding areas. You are also under 2hrs from the Coquihalla 10K riding area and Honeymoon riding area.
    In the north direction up 97 you have Silverstar mtn, near Vernon. Also heading up #6 you have Sugar lake area and more towards the ferry Nakusp area.
    In under 2hrs from Kelowna, north direction you have Hunters range/Owls head out of Enderby and Owls head, Bluelake and Queest in Sicamous.
    Head further and Eagles, Revelstoke.
    You won't find much on this forum about the Kelowna riding areas or even any other BC destination's other then a couple of exception's because majority on here are Albertans and this is an Albertan forum.

    You want to know were to go ride the best thing to do is join the Kelowna club, it has well over 500 members, i'm sure you'll find friends to ride with and explore.
    Last edited by Lund; November 29th, 2017 at 11:48 AM.

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    Re: New to sledding in Kelowna

    Hi

    Not sure where you would like to ride or your comfort level. My husband and I are planning a trip to Sicamous March 15 to 19. We know the area very well if you are interested. We are always looking for new people to ride with as jobs, kids etc get in the way.
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    Member zulu19's Avatar
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    Re: New to sledding in Kelowna

    I am moving down that way looking to ride as well. Will send you a pm. Be good to get out this spring and learn the areas. Get there beginning of april.

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