The Trans Canadian Snowmobile Trail // Part 1

 

The first part of our journey across the Trans Canadian Snowmobile Trails find us travelling through Duck Mountain Provincial Park, stopping in at the Good Spirit Market for a fuel up (both sled and rider), and finally enjoying a day of play up in Wild Cat Hills near Hudson Bay. For those not familiar with the Wild Cat Hills Provincial Park, it’s located approximately 40 km north of Hudson Bay and covers 21,752 hectares. Due to there being no designated walking trails, this area is really only accessible in the winter by snowmobile. With extreme cold warnings and high winds following us up into the Hills, we were grateful for the clubs abundant warm up shacks and to have the hospitality of JackPine Cabins & Storage waiting for us back in town. Their full cabins and heated storage certainly came in handy as we struggled to keep our camera gear warm! After braving the cold and parting ways with friends, we carry on to our next location, and prepare for the second leg of our journey across the Trans Canadian Snowmobile Trail…

To plan your next trip visit the Sask Snow interactive trail map @ https://trails.evouala.com/ssa/

Jackpine Cabins & Storage: https://www.facebook.com/Jackpine-Cab…

Town of Hudson Bay: https://www.facebook.com/Town-of-Huds…

The Wildcat Hill Provincial Park: http://www.tourismsaskatchewan.com/pl…

Duck Mountain Provincial Park: http://www.tourismsaskatchewan.com/pl…

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That beautiful blue Skidoo is provided by Ffun Motorsports in Saskatoon: https://www.fmssaskatoon.com/

The flashy (and stupidly warm) Gear provided by Choko Design : http://www.chokodesign.com

The baller Trailer that gets us where we need to go is provided by Flaman Group of Companies : http://www.flaman.com/

And everything else provided in part by Tourism Saskatchewan: http://www.tourismsaskatchewan.com/