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Explore the RIDING AREAS of creston, BC
The Char Creek
This ungroomed riding area is a deactivated logging road that now serves as a fun zone for sledders of all ages. It is located 50 kilometres up the Salmo Creston Pass, and the easily-accessed trail goes for five kilometres before leading to the cabin. The cabin has a wood stove, ample seating, and there are plenty of nearby routes to venture on once you’ve warmed up.
This riding area is a logging road situated in Kitchener, B.C., about 15 minutes east of Creston. Please be aware that active logging does take place in the area, so be sure to contact the local snowmobile club before going. Russell Creek allows for relaxed family riding, connecting to the Birch Creek trail system and a seemingly endless network of terrain.
Topaz Creek can be reached by heading just past the Creston Valley Wildlife reserve. Take the logging road to the right and you’ll arrive at a fun riding zone called Topaz. This area offers tons of rolling hills, and is one of the top places for new sledders to work on their skills. Experienced snowmobilers enjoy the natural jumps and drops this area provides.