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  • Saturday • November 30, 2019
  • Fernie Area

Tentative start date for trail grooming on the Corbin trail system.

Corbin offers approximately 15 km of groomed trail access to several advanced alpine riding zones on the western flank of the BC/Alberta border.

Special Notes – There is a small staging area available at the immediate trailhead. Please do not park in the TECK employee parking lot.

  • Groomed Trail: 15 km depending on snow coverage (washed out bridge is often impassable by groomer).
  • Terrain Elevation: Staging 1515m; Upper playzones (average) 2100m.
  • Best For: Intermediate to advanced riders.

TO ACCESS THE CORBIN STAGING AREA:

  • Head East of Fernie on Highway 3, turn right (South) on Corbin Road heading towards TECK Coal Mountain Operations, continue for 23km to Corbin townsite.
  • Immediately after the townsite you will see a small parking lot on the right hand side of road. Farthest lot provides staging area parking and access to trail network.

MEMBERSHIP & DAY-USE PASSES

2019/2020 Rates to be announced. Annual Memberships are available ONLINE only. 

ABOUT FERNIE SNOWMOBILE ASSOCIATION

The FSA are a British Columbia Snowmobile Federation (BCSF) member club. When you join the FSA, you automatically become a member of the BCSF. This province-wide organization is dedicated to snowmobile safety, the growth of the sport, protection of the environment, and securing access to public lands for all users.

The Fernie Snowmobile Association manages 160km+ of groomed trails and three day-use cabins. Funds generated from trail pass sales are used to provide grooming, maintain signage and trails, host events, and for the cost of cabin maintenance and improvements.

 

 

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