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Meet Our Athletes

Levi LaVallee

Featured Athlete: Levi LaVallee

Levi grew up trailing riding with his family any chance they had. In fourth grade, he wrote a paper that said he wanted to be a professional snowmobile racer when he grew up. Shortly after, his dad entered Levi into his first snowmobile race when he was twelve.

Team Polaris Athletes

Technical, experienced riders that train and ride all year long. Snowmobiling is more than a hobby; it’s a way of life.

Snowmobile Riding Clinics
Burandt's Backcountry Adventure
Burandt's Backcountry Adventure

Learn how to negotiate technical terrain and test your skills to the fullest with Chris Burandt.

She Shreds Mountain Adventures
She Shreds Mountain Adventures

Join Julie-Ann Chapman as she teaches both women and men to progress in their skills and learn backcountry safety.

Ride Whistler
Ride Whistler

Don't miss your chance to ride Whistler backcountry with local pros. Chris Brown and his guides will take you on adventures through some of the best tree and Alpine riding zones.

Next Level Riding Clinics
Next Level Riding Clinics

Learn new skills, increase your confidence on a snowmobile, or simply enjoy the sport like never before with Dan Adams.

Mountain Skillz
Mountain Skillz

Your go-to source for professional instructional-based mountain snowmobiling with Matt Entz.

Adventure Chic-Chocs
Aventure Chic-Chocs

Join Jonathan Lefebvre on a snowmobile excursion for every skill level from intermediate rider up to adrenaline-pumping adventures for the experienced rider.

SS Freeride
SS Freeride

When it comes to a guided tour with Sahen Skinner, there are no limits other than the ones you set for yourself! During an SS Freeride you will learn riding techniques, reading terrain, teamwork, avalanche safety and much more!

« La motoneige dans l’arrière-pays est vraiment un sport incroyable. Les motoneiges que nous conduisons aujourd'hui nous permettent d’accéder à plus de terrain que jamais auparavant. La puissance de ces machines permet de monter, de circuler à flanc de coteau et de rouler sur presque n’importe quelle montagne. »

Dan Adams