Snowmobiling on Top of the World
Snowmobiling is a thriving sport in the region. Various support services are also available for sledding in Pemberton and area.
Additionally, Pemberton Ice Cap snowmobiling offers the thrills and chills of vast tracts of ice and snow, panoramic views, ice caves, and crevasses. Snowmobilers can also drive along the Upper Lillooet and Meager Creek Forest Service logging roads north of Pemberton to the Meager Springs hot springs.
Book a snowmobile tour with one of our partner companies below:
Book with the Adventure Group
Enjoy the thrill of a snowmobile ride through pristine backcountry with The Adventure Group. The terrain in Whistler, Pemberton and surrounding area provides some of the most incredible snowmobile tours in the world…from gentle family cruising to advanced backcountry powder riding. The Adventure Group also offers other tours throughout summer & winter, so check them out!
Book with Broken Boundary Adventures
Broken Boundary Adventures is a local Pemberton-based company that specializes in Adventure Vacations. In the winter, they run the newest fleet of snowmobiles and have the most qualified group of guides to help you explore the beautiful backcountry that British Columbia has to offer.
Book with Canadian Wilderness Adventure
Canadian Wilderness Adventure also offers a variety of top-rated snowmobile tours in Whistler. Book with them today!
Snow Trax Television
SnowTrax Television has established itself as the most watched snowmobile television series in North America. The series airs thirteen original episodes from December to April.
Each week the team guides viewers through an informative and entertaining half hour revealing the inside scoop on the latest snowmobiles, accessories and riding destinations that make snowmobiling winter’s greatest adventure sport.
Affiliated with national broadcasters such as TSN in Canada and the Outdoor Channel in the United States, SnowTrax Television effectively reaches over 72 million national households with 24 million of those households being located in the North American snow belt.