The McMurray Sno~Drifters maintain some of the best groomed trails in all of Alberta and once you’ve ridden them, that’s it, you’re hooked for life!
Winefred Lake Lodge is situated on a quiet, sandy bay along the southeast shore of Winefred Lake. Just a 5-hour drive from Edmonton, Winefred Lake is famous for its trophy-sized walleye & northern pike, its sandy beaches and spectacular sunsets. In this unique northern wilderness you will experience excellent fishing, up to 20 hours of daylight and unparalleled family adventure. View and photograph wildlife in its natural habitat, stroll our beaches, enjoy our clean, crisp northern air and come to appreciate both the ruggedness and tranquility of Alberta’s north.
Grist Lake is a small deep lake with lake trout and northern pike, while nearby Winefred Lake has tropy size northern pike and walleye. With up to eighteen hours of daylight, you’ll have all of the time you need to land that “lunker” you’ve been dreaming of.
With the partnership of the McMurray Sno-Drifters, the Alberta Snowmobile Association, the Canadian Avalanche Centre, and Four Seasons Power Sports, Zac’s Tracs is headed to Fort McMurray for another series of avalanche classes & school based SledSmart programs Nov 11-15, 2014.
Fort McMurray has more to offer than just the oilsands. We have a winter playground in our backyard.
There’s an affirming sense of community here. You see it in the families who are ice skating on a community rink and on the faces of people snowmobiling across the frozen belly of the Snye River, towards the remote trails on its opposite shore.
Snowmobile vacations are an everyday thing around Anzac.
From the center of a rusted metal fire pit, split birch and poplar groans as a husk of orange flame rises into the winter air.