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  • Saturday • January 18, 2020
  • 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
  • Fernie Area

Learn the latest in safety and skills at the FSA's awareness meet at the Rolling Hills Cabin.

Undoubtedly one of Fernie’s most popular and easily accessible sledding areas, the Rolling Hills area offers expansive riding options for all abilities centered around a well equipped warming hut. Follow the wide, groomed trail from the Coal Creek staging area for 16km to the Rolling Hills Cabin.

Many families and beginners enjoy this as an out and back trip or stay and play a while in the open cut blocks immediately behind the hut. Continue winding South through the forest on the Doug Dean Trail to access more technical glade and meadow riding in the Rolling Hills or stay on the trail to link up with the Wranglers/Morrissey network.

  • Groomed Trail: 16 km from staging area to cabin.
  • Cabin GPS: Lat 49°26’53.95″N Long 114°52’40.91″W
  • Terrain Elevation: Staging Area 1083m; Cabin 1773m;  Ridge top 2100m
  • Best For: Families, Groups with multiple ability levels

TO ACCESS THE COAL CREEK STAGING AREA:

  • From the highway, turn east onto 4th street, follow through downtown, cross the railway tracks and turn right onto Pine Ave.
  • Follow Pine Ave past Aquatic Centre approx 500m and watch for blue staging area sign: turn left on Coal Creek Road.
  • Follow road (unpaved after residential area) for approximately 3.5 kilometers to staging area (beside rod and gun club).

MEMBERSHIP & DAY USE:

Day-use passes will be available 7-days at the trailheads, cash only. 

2019/2020 Membership & Day Use pass rates to be announced. Visit the membership page to purchase ONLINE

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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