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).
February 10, 2017
Trail is open but conditions are poor. Caution should be used.
The Alberta Beach Snowmobile Club would like to inform all users of the Alberta Beach Snowmobile Trail System that the portion of trail from Range Road 52 to Darwell, adjacent to Highway 633 and Township Road 550 to Darwell adjacent to Highway 765, is now closed. This is approximately 5 km of our trail system, and to accommodate this change, we will have to use Range Road 544. This is a public road and therefore you must follow the County regulations, which in part, you must drive on the right had side of a roadway in single file travelling in the same direction as vehicles and not to exceed 30 kms an hour. (for full by-laws please go to www.lsac.ca) This will not be groomed, so please obey the bylaws. Our executive is working very hard to get the highway section reopened, but in the meantime, our actions will determine how difficult this process becomes.
**CANCELLED** Feb 18, 2017 - SnoMo Days Poker Rally - Poker Rally has been cancelled due to lack of snow.
**CANCELLED**Feb 19, 2017 - Snowmobile Drag races are cancelled. However, many other events are still happening. Please visit www.snomodays.com for a full list. Still many reasons to come out and enjoy the Family Day Weekend at Alberta Beach.
Monday, Feb 20, 2017 - visit www.snomodays.com for information on Fishing Derby and ATV Rally
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.