About HRSA

Situated in the backyard of Enderby, BC is the Hunter's Range, home of the Hunter's Range Snowmobile Association (HRSA). Hosting some of the best alpine snowmobiling in Canada, this vast mountainous landscape has something for everyone. Whether you are looking to explore endless meadows and alpine vistas or wanting to go steep and deep on challenging hills and bowls, over 90 km of marked groomed trails provide quick and easy access to the various riding areas and cozy warm up cabins.

 Forming a society in 1977, the volunteer based non-profit organization has since then strived to promote:

  •  The Sport of Snowmobiling 
  •  The Safe Operation of Snowmobiles 
  •  Avalanche Awareness 
  •  The Conservation and Careful use of the Backcountry 

Additionally, under an agreement with the Ministry of Forests, the HRSA is also responsible for managing and maintaining the groomed trails, chalets and various riding areas. 

 

Funding Sources 

 Funding for the organization is mainly brought in from: 

  •  Membership Fees 
  •  Sales of Day User Passes 
  • Sponsorship Contributions from Local Businesses 
  •  Fundraising events

Location

The Hunters Range Snowmobile Association resides in Enderby, BC, at the top of the Okanagan. Centrally, it is located approximately 500 km (300 miles) from Calgary, Alberta, Vancouver, BC, as well as Spokane and Seattle, Washington.

The organization manages two trail heads, both located off of the Mable Lake Road east of Enderby. The Ashton Brash trail head is located about 7 km up the Mable Lake Road, turning left onto Watershed Road, while the LaForge trail head is 30 km past Enderby,  turning Left onto Noise Creek - Three Valley Gap Forestry Service Road. During the sledding season, trail collectors are situated at both trail heads selling memberships and day user passes.