Sicamous ranks high among sledders

Community captures high marks with riders in Snoriders Rider's Choice Awards.

Sicamous continues to rank among the top snowmobiling destinations in the province.

Snoriders West magazine has released the results of its 13th Annual Rider’s Choice awards. From groomed trails to dining options, Sicamous is once again recognized as a premier destination by sledders, capturing 14 awards in 12  categories:

Platinum – Favourite overall snowmobiling area in B.C.;

Platinum – Most popular area in the west;

Gold – Favourite scenic snowmobiling area in B.C.;

Bronze – Favourite mountain riding area;

Platinum – Favourite groomed trail riding in B.C.;

Gold – Favourite powder riding in B.C.

Bronze – Most challenging riding area in B.C. (Eagle Pass);

Silver – Area you would most like to ride in the future (B.C.);

Gold – Favourite resort or motel (national chain): Best Western;

Platinum – Favourite restaurant (national chain): Tim Hortons;

Platinum – Favourite restaurant (non-chain): The Burner Restaurant and Lounge, Malakwa (non-chain);

Gold – Favourite restaurant (non-chain): Moose Mulligan’s Marine Pub, Sicamous;

Platinum – Favourite area for snowmobiling in B.C. (Sicamous);

Gold – Favourite area for snowmobiling in B.C. (Blue Lake).

Shuswap Xtreme Recreation in Salmon Arm took platinum for favourite snowmibile dealer in the province.


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