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Corporate Partners 18/19

The RSC would like to welcome and thank 2 Seasons Adventure Revelstoke, Integrated Apparel, Lakeside Printing, Big Horn Auto and Prinoth for coming onboard as corporate supporters this season. Huge thanks also to the business`s that continue to support us ...

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2018-2019 RSC Memberships

Memberships are not available at the trailheads but are available at the Welcome Centre in the front Boulder lot 4177 Westside Rd. Seven days a wk. 7 a.m. till noon. starting on Nov.30 2018 Memberships also are available locally now at these corporate ...

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Be A Corporate Sponsor See How Now

Corporate Sponsor Advertising Opportunities for 2018/2019 Season We would like to start by saying THANK-YOU to all the supporters that we have had in the past seasons. After 50 years in operation we would like you all to know that ...

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Why You Need to Join a Snowmobile Club

Some sledders never buy memberships with local snowmobile clubs for a variety of reasons, I have heard arguments where they state that they don’t ride groomed trails, they believe that the Crown land is open to everyone and people shouldn’t ...

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2017-2018 RSC Memberships

photo Ryen Dunford Photography   2017-2018 RSC Memberships Your 2016-2017 RSC membership expired Oct. 1/17. Memberships for the 17/18 season are available now in Revelstoke at: Rough Country Marine Infinite Powersports Best Western Plus Sandman Hotel Boulder Mtn. Sled Shed Smokey ...

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Our Corporate Sponsors for the 17/18 Season

The RSC would like to thank all of our corporate partners who have continued to support the club and to those who have come on board this season. Please take the time to read the list and when possible spend ...

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Mountain Caribou Closures in Effect Jan. 1/18

Snowmobile Closures will be in effect again Jan. 1/18 for Mountain Caribou Habitat at Caribou Basin, Keystone, Sale and Frisby. All areas are open to ride now as of April 16th. For more info regarding Mountain Caribou and the Habitat ...

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