January 2011

Do you have adequate Avalanche Training?


As a snowmobiler its vital that you understand avalanche risks and train in avalanche avoidance, what equipment you need and how to use it in the event you need it.

Black Tusk Snowmobile Club recently ran a Level 1 Avalanche Safety Course at their fantastic facilities on Brohm Ridge. Check out this video from Dave Norona at NoronaLife.com which is packed with useful information and shows what an informative (and fun) day was had by all. Digging snow pits, understanding the snow pack, using your beacons correctly and more.

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Eric Berger - International Adventure Photographer

Flying High by Eric Berger

Eric has over 30 years experience in the photography world. Having a passion for the mountains and outdoor sports he moved from his hometown of Montreal to Whistler, British Columbia. Over the years he has earned himself a reputation as an internationally acclaimed sports action photographer. Sometimes working in difficult conditions and working with some of the best ski and snowmobiling athletes he has created some amazing photographs.

Eric as taken some great snowmobiling images in the Sea to Sky that you can see in our gallery.

In January 2010 he won "Photo of the Year" award for his photo that appeared on the January 2010 cover of Powder Magazine at  the Powder Video Awards in Aspen, Colorado.


photo, Eric Berger, photographer

Sledding at Grizzly Lodge - Dave Norona


Access unbelievable riding terrain from the remoteness of Grizzly Lodge located in the heart of the Shuswap mountains in British Columbia.

snowmobiling, Dave Norona, Grizzly Lodge

The Secret Spot - Dave Norona


 Riding hard in deep powder and digging out snowmobiles.

snowmobiling, Dave Norona