www.SLED-SASK.com
  Sask Flag adrenalineunlimited Canada Flag

  
 
     snow pic
SLEDSASK NEWS
Here is where we will post snow conditions that are sent to us and found online. We encourage others to send us snow conditions for your area so that others may know what the conditions are.
Where we have listed: Approx snow, this is the total snowfall for the season. It does not mean that there is that much snow in the reported area at time of posting.
SNOW FACTS
Before you hit the trail, make sure you are prepared for the unexpected with a well stocked survival kit.
SAFETY - Don't leave home without it!
LIST OF NECESSITIES - Build your own survival kit to ensure that you are carrying quality equipment that will be the most helpful to your specific outdoor activity. Store-bought kits can be full of equipment that offers little help.
As always be CAREFUL when snowmobiling over lakes and rivers. Check with local clubs or authorities as to ice conditions before traveling on ice.
ABOUT US
Don't see snow conditions for your area listed here? Send us the information and we will be happy to place it here.


SLED-SASK
SNOW
CONDITIONS
in Saskatchewan this winter of 2017 to 2018


SLED-SASK is now MOBILE!
Click here to view our temp mobile site.


WATCH OUT FOR OPEN WATER
AS ICE MAY NOT BE SAFE
ALSO WATCH OUT FOR ROCKS AND DEBRIS!


silagebag1 silagebag2 silagebag3 silagebag4
WARNING!!
Watch out for Silage Bags!!!
We are seeing more and more of these white bags in fields over the years.
They may look like huge snow drifts, but they are not! Please stay away from them! Do not ride on them! This also includes bales in fields.
Recent trespass legislation prohibits the use of snowmobiles on posted lands. You must request permission from the land owner to operate your snowmobile on said posted land.
Failure to do so, can/will result in fines as outlined in the legislation.


electric fence2 electric fence3 electric fence4 electric fence1
WARNING!!
Watch out for Electric Fences!!!
Electric fences are very hard to see when out snowmobile riding.
They may or may not be marked. So be careful and watch out for electric fences.



WARNING!!
Use Extreme caution on ice!




Send Us Your Snow Conditions - Reports

Refresh page to reset form.



Saskatchewan Snow Conditions - Reports
As of December 9/2017

Saskatchewan Zones




**Sask Snow Trails Open**




**Sask Snow Trails Partially Open**




**Sask Snow Trails Closed**




NORTH WEST - ZONE 1

SEND US YOUR REPORTS

12/9/17

Big River area - Approx 8-10cm of snow. 12/9/17

Chitek Lake area - Approx 25-30cm of snow. 12/9/17

Goodsoil area - Approx 5cm of snow. 12/9/17

Leoville area - Approx 10-12cm of snow. 12/9/17

Meadow Lake area - Approx 8-10cm of snow. 12/9/17

North Battleford area - Approx 5-18cm of snow. 12/9/17

Shellbrook area - Approx 5-8cm of snow. 12/9/17

Saskatoon area - Approx 12cm of snow. 12/9/17

Dundurn area - Approx 2-5cm of snow. 11/30/17

Aberdeen area - Approx 4-6cm of snow. 11/30/17

Pike Lake area - Approx 4-6cm of snow. 11/30/17

Borden area - (north of Borden) Approx 5-7cm of snow. 11/30/17

Orolow area - Approx 8cm of snow in stubble. 11/30/17



NORTH EAST - ZONE 2

SEND US YOUR REPORTS

12/9/17

Arborfield area - Approx 10-30cm of snow. 12/9/17

Archerwill area - Approx 20-25cm of snow. 12/9/17

Creighton area - Approx 25cm of snow. 12/9/17

Candle Lake area - Approx 15cm of snow. 12/9/17

Greenwater Provincial Park - Approx 10-15cm of snow. 12/9/17

Hudson Bay area - Approx 20-40cm of snow. 12/9/17

Kelvington area - Approx 10-15cm of snow. 12/9/17

Melfort area - Approx 10cm of snow. 12/9/17

Mistatim area - Approx 10-15cm of snow. 12/9/17

Naicam area - Approx 10-15cm of snow. 12/9/17

Narrow Hills Provincial Park - Approx 23cm of snow. 12/9/17

Nipawin area - Approx 15cm of snow. 12/9/17

Porcupine Plain area - Approx 25-30cm of snow. 12/9/17

Preeceville area - Approx 15-20cm of snow. 12/9/17

Prince Albert area - Approx 10cm of snow. 12/9/17

Quill Lake area - Approx 8-10cm of snow. 12/9/17

Tisdale area - Approx 6-8cm of snow. 12/9/17

Whelan Bay area - Approx 15-20cm of snow. 12/9/17



SOUTH EAST - ZONE 3

SEND US YOUR REPORTS

12/9/17

Broadview area - Approx 6cm of snow. 12/9/17

Canora area - Approx 5-8cm of snow. 12/9/17

Cupar area - Approx 5cm of snow. 12/9/17

Esterhazy area - Approx 5-6cm of snow. 12/9/17

Estevan area - Approx 2cm of snow. 12/9/17

Glenavon area - Approx 5cm of snow. 12/9/17.

Grenfell area - Approx 12-15cm of snow. 12/9/17

Indian Head area - Approx 10-15cm of snow. 12/9/17

Kipling area - Approx 3cm of snow. 12/9/17

Melville area - Approx 2-15cm of snow. 12/9/17

Moosomin area - Approx 1-2cm of snow. 12/9/17

Norquay area - Approx 5cm of snow. 12/9/17

Regina Beach area - Approx 1cm of snow. 12/9/17

Springside area - Approx 5-8cm of snow. 12/9/17

Weyburn area - Approx 3-7cm of snow. 12/9/17

Whitewood area - Approx 25-30cm of snow.2/18/17

Yorkton area - Approx 10-5cm of snow. 2-18/17

Rhein area - Approx 2cm of snow. 12/9/17

Kamsack area - Approx 20cm of snow. 2/18/17

Lampman area - Approx 40-50cm of snow. 12/26/16

Yorkton area - Approx 20-30cm of snow. 12/9/17



SOUTH WEST - ZONE 4

SEND US YOUR REPORTS



NO SNOW REPORTS YET!!

12/9/17



OUTSIDE SASKATCHEWAN

SEND US YOUR REPORTS



NO SNOW - NO REPORTS IN YET!!



Snow condition reports are based on several emails, texts and Facebook posts received and web reports found online.
We try to be accurate as possible and assume no responsibility for any errors or submissions.
If any errors are noted, please contact us about the error and we will correct it.




More Saskatchewan Snow Reports






Live Web Snow Cameras



Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba
Live Web Snow Cameras




Saskatchewan Live Web Snow Cameras

Avonhurst Camera

Balgonie Camera

Blackstrap Camera

Borden Camera

Davidson Camera

Macdowall Camera

Moose Jaw Camera

Paradise Hill Camera

St. Louis Camera

Weyakwin Camera













LIST OF NECESSITIES
- The following is a list of necessary equipment that you should carry with you on every outing to increase your chances of survival should something unexpected happen. Never go snowmobiling without your survival gear.

  • Waterproof matches
  • Two or three butane lighters (clear with an adjustable flame)
  • Candle
  • 50 ft. nylon parachute cord (for building shelter)
  • 60 x 90 inch sheet of 2 mm plastic
  • Sharp knife
  • Two or three silver and gold space blankets
  • Plastic whistle (ACME dog training whistle)
  • Small folding wood saw
  • Survival paper (tissue or toilet paper)
  • Small flashlight with spare batteries
  • Candy bars and hard candy
  • Dry gloves (snowmobile and wool)
  • Water
  • Aspirin
  • Basic first-aid kit
  • Food: high energy and carbohydrates

    SUGGESTED SNOWMOBILE CLOTHING
    - Good quality winter clothing is critical to your enjoyment and safety when snowmobiling. Ski type clothing is usually not warm enough due to the wind chill factor when riding. Bibs made specifically for snowmobiling are a must. Waterproof all clothing and layer clothing so that each additional layer is slightly larger in size to keep your clothing from becoming too tight and restrictive. Waterproof glove and boots also. Avoid wearing any clothing made of cotton. It will quickly become wet and cold and dries very slowly. The phrase “cotton kills” is well known within the search and rescue community. Polar fleece is an excellent replacement for cotton as long as it is not used as an outer layer. It can also become wet, but it will dry quickly. Remember to add a layer of clothing before you become chilled and take off a layer before you become damp from perspiration.



    Register your sled



    Custom Search







  • I AM CANADIAN!  Saskatchewan - The Land of Adventure

     Home
     Safety Courses
     Snow Rallies
     Other Events
     Sask Maps
     Snow Clubs
     Organizations
     Snow Conditions
     Snowmobile
      Fatalities
     SnowTalk
     Photo Gallery
     Snow Report
     Weather Report
     Avalanche Report
     Highway Hotline
     Sask Trail Maps
     Links
     Contact Us
     Sitemap


     Join SLED-SASK on Facebook



























    Arctic Cat   Polaris   Ski-Doo   Yamaha

    Hosting for SLED-SASK.com provided by >NetFirms.ca
    <affiliate_link


    Designed by Compauto.Com ©2001 - 2016 CanadianMuscleCar.com
    All rights reserved.