Hudson Bay is nestled in the Red Deer Valley, between Pasquia and Porcupine Hills. A town that caters to its Sledders and the Club that stands proud for maintaining its trails to award-winning condition. Platinum awards won for best overall trails in Saskatchewan 11 years in a row! So saddle up and come on out for some Sledding you'll never forget!
The Hudson Bay Trail Riders takes pride in maintaining the 680 kilometres of groomed, designated and marked snowmobile trails that wind through provincial forest and farmland.
The Club has 12 different warm-up shelters to break up the day and offer a warm place to pause and relax. All of the Shelters are outfitted with solar lights, a wood stove, firewood and outdoor washrooms.
Get ready for the Ultimate back country adventure, as you gear up and take off right from our doorstep! Our rental is only 60 feet from the Trails...so you just wake up and RIDE!!
Visit the Sask Snow Website to find out all the information you need to know including Maps, current snow conditions, Rider Info., Rally and Events Calendar, Safety, Memberships and more.
Hudson Bay's Snowmobile Trails have been recognized and featured in the popular SnoRiders Magazine as one of Saskatchewan's best Snowmobiling Spots! Home to Saskatchewan's Platinum Award Winning Snowmobile Trails. Check it out for some interesting reading and articles.
Take a peek here at all the Awards Hudson bay has been credited with by SnoRiders Magazine. Platinum and Gold awards in many categories.
Trail maps, top snowmobile trails, club contacts and other useful information you can use before planning your next sledding trip to Hudson Bay, SK.
Check out all the information on snowmobile trails in the Hudson Bay area, how to find staging areas and download the Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association's Map. The Hudson Bay Trail Riders Club also distributes a hard-copy trail map that is available at surrounding gas stations.
Map and plan your route with detailed travel information, view live grooming updates, find services like gas and shelters on your route, even see live weather radar, all with the interactive snowmobile trail map!
The laws governing snowmobile use differ by province and can be confusing. Here, we make it easier to understand what local and out of province snowmobilers will need in terms of insurance, registration and licensing to ride B.C., Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.