British Columbia's Snowmobiling Outfitters & Vacations
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Snowmobiling adventure vacations in British Columbia...
Snowmobilers across North America recognize the enormous winter resource that British Columbia has to offer. British Columbia's quality snowmobiling trails continue to draw more and more serious snowmobilers each year.

Snowmobilers are using more of their winter vacation time to ride when they make British Columbia their snowmobiling destination.
Snowmobiling outfitters offer a variety of trips and safaris to enjoy. Outfitters may provide a snowmobile, trail permits, guides, and safety gear.
Spend a day snowmobiling and discover British Columbia in winter like you've never seen it before.

You can learn more about BC's snowmobiling by clicking on the individual outfitter "name links" below for details and rates information.

The location of each outfitter is shown for your convenience.

Vanderhoof - Northern B.C.

Finger Lake Wilderness Resort, 45 miles south of Vanderhoof, British Columbia is only a two hour drive from Prince George Airport. The resort is the only access to the lake. Excellent fishing for rainbow trout and kokanee.
Accommodations: Four clean fully equipped housekeeping log cabins are available.

Winter activities include ice fishing, x country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling.

Charlotte Lake - Caribou - Chilcotin

Welcome to beautiful Charlotte Lake in the B.C. Chilcotin region. Charlotte Lake is big and beautiful! It stretches about 20 km long by about 6 km wide. This fishing paradise has beautiful snow-capped mountains on its western shore and is loaded with master angler Rainbow Trout as well as Kokanee.

This is a full blown3 bedroom cottage with all the fix'ins of home and room for 3 couples or your entire family. This cottage is fully heated and insulated for year round use to take advantage of the excellent snowmobiling, X coutry skiing and ice fishing opportunities.
Driving here would undoubtedly provide the scenic drive of a lifetime but the most preferred option is to fly via Pacific Coastal Airlines, located on the south side of Vancouver International Airport.

Bridge Lake - Caribou - Chilcotin

A fly-fishing adventure in the heart of British Columbia. Enjoy guided or unguided trips, gourmet meals, cozy log cabins, and the call of the loon. Rock Island Lake is located an hour and a half north of Kamloops in British Columbia's world renowned trout fishing region. For your comfort we have six cozy log cabins fully equipped for housekeeping.

A BC winter wonderland getaway features interesting and exciting adventures in the snow. Wintertime at Rock Island means cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice fishing, skating or a guided nature trip with a chance to photograph our wilderness animals and birds.

Lac La Hache - Caribou - Chilcotin

Ten-ee-ah Lodge is a wilderness resort on beautiful Spout Lake in the heart of the Cariboo Country offering untouched nature as far as you can see. The generously designed property includes the main Lodge eight deluxe cabins, one rustic cabin as well as two guestrooms, the "Pilot Bar" and staff accommodation.

One of the most popular wintersport in Canada is Snowmobile driving. The Ten-ee-ah lodge is in the centre of a trailsystem over frozen lakes and secluded forests. The famous classic Goldrush-Trail from Clearwater to Barkerville crosses Ten-ee-ah lodge, and is a must do for every Snowmobile driver.

Louis Creek Valley - Vancouver & The Mountains


Tod Mountain Ranch is an adult-oriented guest ranch offering horseback riding vacations to guests from all around the globe who share a love of horses and adventure in the great outdoors.  Hidden in the Louis Creek Valley just 45 minutes North of Kamloops, this ranch is small and exclusive offering a relaxing, tranquil, adult-oriented environment.

Our riding holidays are all inclusive so guests don’t have to worry about anything once they get here.  We take care of everything. We ride in almost 30,000 hectares of mountain trails, forest and alpine that surrounds the ranch and is home to bear, deer, moose, coyote and cougar. We regularly see hawks and bald eagles flying overhead and have seen tracks for raccoons, badgers, lynx and a host of other creatures big and small.

  Whether you’re traveling alone, with a partner or a group of friends, this small yet upscale ranch offers stunning views, great food, good company and a peaceful, calm environment to relax, unwind and forget about the stresses of the real world.

Information regarding snowmobiling trips, local trail information, and rates is available from outfitters and operators in all regions of British Columbia.

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