Fernie Gumball

Our newest event! Teams (four riders per team) will have six hours to find
checkpoints and complete a variety of skills challenges to earn points. The
event involves navigation, strategy, skill, great costumes, and a bit of luck to
win! The course will be set up over several hundred acres of varying terrain
accessible from our maintained trail network and warming shelters. Shorter,
family-friendly course will also be available.

General Members Meeting

All active members in good standing are encouraged to attend our monthly meeting, 7:15pm at the Park Place Lodge.

Executive Members Meeting

Executive Members ONLY, 6:15pm at the Park Place Lodge.

General members are welcome to attend the general meeting at 7:15pm.

Sled Drags

Undoubtedly one of Fernie’s loudest
and most popular winter events, the
snowmobile drag races send riders on
their modified sleds down a prepared
race track. Riders with the fastest times
in various heat categories win cold
hard cash! Draw for the FSA Arctic Cat
z120 snowmobile fundraiser raffle to
take place during the races (tickets
available at Ghostrider Motorsports
or trailheads during the season, $20

FSA Corporate Partners Ride

Special group ride to thank our Corporate Partners and showcase FSA trails and facilities to stakeholders.

Groomer’s Report

Sunday, February 17th, 2019


Weather and Snow: -13C, cloudy, 5cm new snow overnight, 52cm this week, snowpack height variable in our region but averaging around 230cm.

Groomed: Morrissey Trail, Summit Trail, Doug Dean Trail, Coal Creek from Rolling Hills Cabin to Matheson (no grooming below Matheson due to high avalanche hazard / coal creek slide paths), Martin from Paige’s Draw to Bray Creek Flats, Notch from Wranglers Cabin to bottom of first double hill bypass, Corbin.

Corbin Vintage Snowmobile Ride

It’s Back!

Shine up that vintage sled and join us for a classic family-friendly poker ride, Dirty Dangles style! Riders purchase ‘hands’ at the trailhead and proceed in style to checkpoints where they receive ‘numbers’. Best hand at the finish line winds. Only riders on vintage sleds will have the chance to win an award. With that being said, all sleds are welcome to buy poker hands and join in on all the fun.

Location: Corbin Staging Area

Registration: 9am- 12pm

Vintage Ride: 12-3pm

Post-ride: Silent Auction, Chili and a Bun for $5, trophies for Hard Luck, Little Ripper, Best Vintage, Best Dressed, and Dangler’s Choice!

All riders must have valid FSA membership or purchase $25 trail day use fee. Poker hands: $20 for one or $40 for three.

Groomer’s Report

Saturday, February 16, 2019 – Happy Family Day Weekend!

Morrissey Weather and Snow: -6C few cm fresh overnight, 52cm new snow this week, total snowpack heights variable around 230cm.

Groomed: Morrissey Trail, Summit Trail, McEvoy East Trail, Doug Dean Trail, Corbin, Coal Creek from Rolling Hills Cabin to Matheson. Coal Creek from Matheson to staging area was day groomed on Thursday – no grooming on this 4km stretch last night due to high avalanche hazard.

Coal Creek: Opens for the season today: please expect ‘early season conditions’ with rough sections. Watch for stored logging equipment on side of the trail. Limited parking available due to slash piles in the staging area. Best family-friendly grooming conditions this weekend will be via Morrissey staging area (can access same cabins and terrain via Morrissey which has been groomed all season).

Corbin Vintage Ride Today!

General Members Meeting

All active members in good standing are welcome to attend our monthly general meeting, 7:15pm at the Park Place Lodge.