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Fly Hills Snowmobile Club

Trail Conditions

Grooming and trail collecting has stopped for the 2021 2022 season.

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Salmon Arm Snowblazers and JOIN

See Fly Hills Trail Map below.

Shuswap Xtreme Recreation

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Chalet Updates

New warming hut built at the end of the China Valley Trail. Huge shout out to Harvey Dyke and Jason Parent for implementing and project managing this great  new shelter addition! Thank you so much.

The Snowblazers Directors and Volunteers have completed the task of firewood for the chalet. 


AWARDS - Snoriders Choice Awards 2022


Family of the year: Charlie , Candy, Victor and Annabelle Voyer

Youth of the year: Carter Kosick

We thank our 2021/2022 Sponsors

Shuswap Xtreme Recreation

Backus Racing

Trademark Glassworks

Mounce Construction

Norm Morris 

Webb Contracting

Countryside Manufactured HOMES

SA Ready Mix

Reliable Septic Services Inc

 Economic Development Society

Recreation Sites & Trails

Banner Recreation


Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Snowblazers next EVENT is the ATV/Dirt Bike Poker Run Fund Raiser in September 2022.


Stay tuned for details.



COVID 19 Safety Plan

COVID 19 Safety Plan

Welcome Message to Snowmobilers

Welcome to the 2021 Snowmobile season. It is well advertised and documented that the

absolute best practice to contain the spread of COVID-19 is to stay home and limit visits to

public places for the essentials. Our priority is the health and safety of all snowmobilers,

guests and our communities through these challenging times.

As our Club prepare for the 2021 season, we have carefully watched the progress of the COVID-19 Pandemic. We have monitored closely the recommendations and precautionary measures of the World Health Organization, Health Canada, the BC Centre for Disease Control, and our Provincial Health Officer.  Given the nature of the sport of snowmobiling amidst wide open spaces, and with rigid protocols in place, the sport can continue to be enjoyed, keeping both snowmobilers and volunteers safe from the transmission of the COVID-19 virus. It must also be acknowledged that snowmobiling does offer health benefits that must not be overlooked. Canadian Council of Snowmobile

Organizations studies have shown that snowmobiling will result in improvements to your

physical and mental wellbeing.

Salmon Arm Snowblazers Snowmobile Club is committed to the ongoing safety of our members and riders. As a result, several precautionary measures have been

put in place to ensure that everyone will stay safe in and around Salmon Arm Snowblazers Snowmobile Club. Safety will rely on the full cooperation of snowmobilers and Members from the time we arrive at the trail head until the time we leave. We have

implemented several safety measures including:

● ensuring snowmobilers health

● practicing physical distancing

● reducing the number of touch points & rigorous cleaning of remaining touch points

● use of face masks when dealing with the public or where the 6’ physical distance

cannot be maintained.

● enhanced cleaning, disinfecting, and sanitizing

procedures, and

● requiring the cooperation of snowmobilers through adherence to our policies and


While we do hope that our environment will return to normal in the not too

distant future, for now, this mode of operation will become the new normal. We

acknowledge that every snowmobiler will make their own decision as to whether it is in

their best interest to snowmobile during these times or not. However, should you choose to

join us, we will welcome you and require your full cooperation with regards to the measures

that have been implemented for everyone’s safety.

Stay safe,

Salmon Arm Snowblazers Club Executive


General Messaging to Snowmobilers

If you have underlying medical conditions, it is recommended that you not visit our chalet.

Anyone displaying symptoms of COVID-19 which primarily displays as a persistent cough,

will not be permitted on the trails. So, if you do not feel well, please stay home, and, when in

doubt get tested.

If you have traveled outside of Canada, you are not permitted at our chalet until you have

self- isolated for a minimum of 14 days.

If you are showing symptoms of COVID-19, please do not come to our chalet. Call your

doctor, local public health or call 8-1-1.

If you live in a household with someone who has COVID-19 or is showing symptoms of

COVID- 19, please do not come to our chalet.

Physical distancing is always required (minimum 6ft apart). There should be no

handshaking, no hugging, etc. from arrival until departure and this will be enforced. Failure

to observe physical distancing risks the closure of our chalet, and as such, you will be asked

to leave the premises.

The outhouse will be open, and users are asked to disinfect frequently before and after use.

Please bring your own sanitizer and use it frequently.

Following the recommendations of Health Canada, we encourage all snowmobilers to wear

a mask or their full-face helmet when entering our buildings. Please observe occupancy

limits if posted on the door and ensure you can maintain physical distancing.

Staging Area

Avoid congregating in the parking lot (physical distancing).

Change into your snowmobile gear in the parking lot, in your trailer, or vehicle.

Be prepared to pay for trail fees if not a member by using the cashless option of tapping debit or credit card ($1.00 service charge when using credit card) or password. Cash will be accepted. Please have exact change. ($15 per day per sled)

PRACTICE PHYSICAL DISTANCING ALWAYS (minimum 6 ft apart) from our volunteers

and from other riders in and around parking and collection areas, or shelters.

Snowmobiler Adherence

All policies will be enforced and anyone not in compliance with these policies will be asked

to leave the premises.

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