The KSC has been in operation for 52 years and has one of the largest trail systems in BC (over 350 km). Our trail system connects with the Graystokes Park, Big White Ski Hill, and the Buck Hills area. Riders also come south from Lumby across to our trails. We also tie into the Joe Riche, Idabel Lake, McCulloch area, Kettle Valley Rail Trail, Canyon Lakes, Little White and south to Greyback Lake and the Carmi / Penticton areas. Our trails are on 99.9% Crown land and encompass about 1200 square kilometres of forest, meadows, lakes, and recreation activities. As the KSC is a snowmobile club, we have very little effect on sensitive areas as they are usually under 4 to 8 feet of snow. The KSC holds valid operating permits with the Provincial government and BC Parks and Recreation, to maintain the trails and safety shelters that are in place on these lands. Members have volunteered tens of thousands of hours to provide the environmental stewardship necessary for continued usage of the Crown and Parklands. We are enjoying some 3rd and 4th-generation members! The KSC is proud to have the authorization of our Local Indigenous Band to use and maintain these lands. We have local Band members as active Club members that sled the Graystokes and McCulloch regularly. The KSC is a non-profit organization, and we work to ensure that the sledding community respects the rights and rights-of-way of the local logging industry.


PO Box 22125

Kelowna, BC, V1Y 9N9

(250) 718-8064