Houston wins Sledtown title

Houston voted favourite Sledtown in British Columbia and Western Canada!

The Houston Snowmobile Club would like to thank all the people right across BC and western Canada for voting Houston favourite sledtown. To go up against dome of BC’s biggest snowmobile destination areas is a huge accomplishment but then to beat out the other entire western provinces, well that just says it all, wow!

A big thanks to Koocanusa Publications who hosted the annual contest and through SnoRiders magazine promotes snowmobiling across Western Canada.

Houston Snowmobile Club is hosting a Celebration Barbeque at the Dungate snowmobile cabin on January 16, 2016, starting at 11:00 a.m. Come out and celebrate with us, all snowmobilers are welcome.

The Houston Snowmobile Club, through grants this past year, spent over $56,000 on snowmobile trails in the area and an additional $10,000 on cabin upgrades and then to be voted favourite Sledtown in western Canada is epic!


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