Snowmobiling in Saskatchewan

Friday, January 24, 2014

January 24th snowmobile conditions report

January 24, 2014 - Lots of snow so far this year. We have at least 3 feet in the forest so those trails are in good shape. Most of the trails have been signed and groomed by the local snowmobile club. Some windy conditions have blown some of the field snow but overall there was enough stubble in the fields that the snow is still plenty deep enough for snowmobiling. Weather has been up and down for temperatures but the nice days have been fabulous for sledding. We still have accommodations available for February and March breaks and weekends. Contact us at 306-769-4138 or Happy sledding!

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

November 2013

Fall has come and winter is right around the corner. We have snow. Not sure just how much it will end up totalling for snowfall today but it is coming down pretty good. Forecast is for 5-10cm and we already had a good start for ground cover. Eastview wilderness ranch will be open for snowmobiling starting December 1st, 2013. Snowmobile trails should be developed soon and grooming will start right after that. We still have cabin accommodation available for the Christmas holidays as well as most weekends throughout the winter. I will keep you updated once I have more information on trail development and snowfall amounts. Happy snowmobiling! Corrina and Larry Kapeller

Saturday, December 22, 2012

December 2012 - snowmobile update

So it is December 22, 2012 and we are all still here so I guess I should let you know how the snow is here at the Eastview Wilderness Ranch in Northeast Saskatchewan. We've had plenty of snow and people are able to get around on sleds easily now. The Pasquia Snogoers snowmobile club has been out and have groomed all of the trails for the upcoming year. We have all the updated maps on our website: Things are looking good, we've had some wind but overall the snow conditions are good. Please join us in enjoying a great Saskatchewan winter. We have a few weekends booked throughout the winter but still a lot of open time for staying with us. Hope to see you soon. Happy Holidays and Keep Warm!

Saturday, January 30, 2010

Perfect Snowmobile Conditions in Northeast Saskatchewan

Finally, the snow has arrived - quite fast and furious, however, but snow just the same. We have a excellent snow base now for snowmobile trails in the forested areas as well as the open prairie/field areas. The local snowmobile club has been out this last week of January 2010 signing and grooming all of the snowmobile trails.

The snowmobile trail system is now complete and groomed North to Carrot River, Nipawin and the Narrow Hills Provincial Park, East to Hudson Bay and the Pasquia Hills Provincial Forest and South to Greenwater National Park and area.

The Eastview Wilderness Ranch located in the middle of all of this perfect snowmobile conditions is now open for accommodations for all types of snowmobile enthusiasts. If you would like to know more about our accommodations and lodging for snowmobilers, please visit our snowmobile web page at

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

January 2010 Snowmobile Conditions in NorthEast Saskatchewan

So here we are a couple of weeks into the new year and still not enough snow in the fields here to do much snowmobiling. There has been some work done on the forested trails between us and Hudson Bay but not much for grooming the trails yet. We have been getting snow on and off again over the snowmobile season but it just has not yet accumulated into much. There are a few locals who have been snowmobiling around the area a little but they have to be pretty careful where they go.

Overall, between the small amount of snow and the wind and warm weather our snowmobile conditions are not prime. I will keep in touch and hopefully have some better news in the weeks ahead.

Corrina Kapeller
Eastview Wilderness Ranch
Arborfield, Saskatchewan, Canada

Monday, December 7, 2009

Snowmobile report for North East Saskatchewan

December 7, 2009:
The first few days of snowmobile season has arrived in North East Saskatchewan.

We have snow and more is on its way this weekend. I believe that the local snowmobile club is ready to get the snowmobile trails in great condition, all we need is a little more snow. Last week we received about 3 inches of powdery snow. The fields are not yet fully covered but the snowfall this weekend coming up should improve that situation.

I was at Nipawin on the weekend and noticed that they had slightly less snow cover than we have but nevertheless their snow will come as well and the snowmobile trails there will be ready soon.

Once again, I would like to invite anyone interested to visit our website for information on accommodations for snowmobiling.

Monday, November 30, 2009

Getting ready for sledding

Is sounds like snow is on its way!!

The temperature is supposed to get cooler by the weekend and there is snow fall in the forecast for the next few days. We are hoping for a substantial snowfall soon so that we can get out and start snowmobiling.
For those who do not know us, we are Larry and Corrina Kapeller. We own and operate Eastview Wilderness Guest Ranch in Northeast Saskatchewan. We are very close to the Pasquia Hills and Pasquia Provincial forest where wilderness snowmobile trails are groomed and abundant. We usually get a good snowfall so that snowmobile trails are prime for all types of snowmobile trips. We get families who like to go on day snowmobile rides, have wiener roasts and sight see. Other snowmobile groups are couples, guys only weekends and sometimes girl only snowmobile groups.

We are in a perfect position for snowmobiling due to having groomed snowmobile trails through the Pasquia hills to the East of us towards Hudson Bay and South towards Greenwater Provincial Park as well as Nipawin to the North.

We are really looking forward to this winter's snowmobile season. If you are interested in our ranch and the accommodations we offer for snowmobiling groups our website address is