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The Alberta Beach Snowmobile Club is dedicated to Continuous Growth and Safe Snowmobiling, benefiting all snowmobilers through the development and maintenance of a snowmobile trail system, providing snowmobile safety and awareness programs, promoting group and family fun and supporting local initiatives.


RENEW OR PURCHASE YOUR TRAIL PASS AND/ OR MEMBERSHIP ON LINE.
JUST GO TO THE JOIN US PAGE AND SIGN UP TODAY.

Trail passes can also be purchased at Ecko Marine (Alberta Beach), Darwell Trading Post (Darwell), Fallis General Store (Fallis) and Cycle Works West (Acheson Park).


Trail Conditions - OPEN


February 9, 2018
The trail is groomed and in good condition, but as it is the first grooming of the season, there are some challenging spots. Drive slow and please help out by removing any debris you may find on the trail. Have fun.

Building shelters for Stanger Hills Staging Area
Shelters in place
at Stanger Hills
2017/18 Upcoming Events


Feb. 17 - Poker Rally, Alberta Beach

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Feb. 17, 2018 - Calling on all snowmobile and ATV riders that will be attending the 39th Annual SnoMo Days Winter Festival in Alberta Beach. We invite you all to join in the SnoMo Days Parade that starts at 7:00 pm on Saturday, February 17th. Decorate your machine with lights, glow sticks or just join in the fun. The more the merrier. We will stage at the boat launch at 7:00 pm and proceed along the shoreline through Val Quentin, Alberta Beach and Sunset Point to its conclusion at Beachwave Park. It is a ton of fun for the whole family! We would like as many people as possible to join in to make the parade a huge success. See you there!


Feb. 17-19 Snomo Days, Alberta Beach

Visit www.snomodays.com.
The 3053 Army Cadets will be selling breakfast from 8:30 am to 11:00 am at registration.


Feb. 28 - Mar. 3 - Club Ride on the Golden Triangle

Contact Dave at Dave@centraltractor.ca or text (780) 289-5270

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Please remember that snowmobiling is a privilege, not a right. Keep in mind that our actions dictate how people feel about our sport. Please ride with respect.