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    Riding in Kelowna area

    Ugh, folks.
    Talk to me about sledding based out of Kelowna.
    Whatís the terrain like? Where are some fun tree riding areas?
    Howís the snow usually?
    Whatís it like to find some riding buddies?
    Ride smart!



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    Re: Riding in Kelowna area

    The club seems to be strong and well organized but the terrain is quite mellow. Primary area is in the Greystokes near Big White with a well groomed trail network and multiple cabins. Drive up to Hunters Range for more mountain riding.
    #yoursledsucks

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    Re: Riding in Kelowna area

    You moving?

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    Re: Riding in Kelowna area

    Just thinking out loud.
    I know Salmon Arm is not too far.
    Crowfoot canít be that far.
    What about stuff closer?
    I canít imagine itís that good?
    Ride smart!

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    Re: Riding in Kelowna area

    Quote Originally Posted by Turts View Post
    Just thinking out loud.
    I know Salmon Arm is not too far.
    Crowfoot canít be that far.
    What about stuff closer?
    I canít imagine itís that good?
    Salmon arm, fly hills is also tame lame lol
    long live the rev ...08-09 xp's are like riding a buffalo
    sleds are a 2014 xmx 163 , 2010 summit x 163 copper black mod

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    Re: Riding in Kelowna area

    Nothing much going south, could take the connector to the Coquihalla. Crowfoot is a long drive by the time you get around the lake. There's lots of tame stuff around like some higher elevation cutblocks and roads to lakes but for actual mountain riding you need to go north to Hunters or out hwy 6 if you can find someone to share their secrets.
    #yoursledsucks

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    Re: Riding in Kelowna area

    Not sounding too promising.....
    Ugh
    But I hear itís nice in Summer! Riding in Kelowna area
    Ride smart!

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    Re: Riding in Kelowna area

    Quote Originally Posted by Turts View Post
    Not sounding too promising.....
    Ugh
    But I hear it’s nice in Summer! Riding in Kelowna area
    Sicamous and Salmon Arm (just rated top place to live in BC and #6 in Canada) are pretty much as nice in the summer and a lot less busy but also better in the winter. Just don't tell anyone, it's a secret.
    #yoursledsucks



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    Re: Riding in Kelowna area

    Quote Originally Posted by Bnorth View Post
    Sicamous and Salmon Arm (just rated top place to live in BC and #6 in Canada) are pretty much as nice in the summer and a lot less busy but also better in the winter. Just don't tell anyone, it's a secret.
    Ya ****, you guys followed me, bastages
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    Re: Riding in Kelowna area

    Need to work in Kelowna so I have to live nearby.
    Ride smart!

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