About Us

 About Us


The Klondike Snowmobile Association is a volunteer, non-profit organization formed in 1981 to represent snowmobilers in the Yukon Territory of Canada.  Our mission is to “protect, develop and enhance the sport and recreation of snowmobiling in the Yukon.”



We do this four ways…

  • We are a major participant in the building, signing, maintaining, and grooming of multi-use trails throughout the Yukon. Our volunteers and equipment are out on the trails working for you year-round.
  • We represent Yukon snowmobilers at local, territorial, national and international levels. We are proud to be the Yukon member of several national and international snowmobile organizations, and our volunteers also dedicate several hours each month to local meetings and planning committees.
  • We do our best to give back to the community by organizing group snowmobile rides and activities, and by keeping Yukoners informed about current trail conditions, snowmobile related news and events, and more.
  • We work year-round to actively support and promote safe snowmobiling.

In addition to the above, the Klondike Snowmobile Association (K.S.A.) is also the official Trans Canada Trail Agent for the Yukon Territory. For more information on the Trans Canada Trail, the Great Trail, and the K.S.A.’s connection to it, please visit our Great Trail page.

The K.S.A. is run by a volunteer board of directors, and represents approximately 1000 members. The vast majority of our work is done by volunteers, and the cost of supplies and equipment is covered by a combination of membership fees, donations and grants.

New members and volunteers are always welcome. For more information visit our Membership page today! While you’re there check out the list of Membership Benefits we offer – the discounts you’ll receive will more than cover the cost of your membership. To sign up you don’t need to volunteer any of your time, and you don’t need to own a snowmobile or be a snowmobiler! Your membership fees will benefit a wide variety of trail users, and our membership benefits apply year-round to all members.

We currently operate three “trail steward” snowmobiles and one side by side on tracks with a variety of drag behind trail grooming equipment, plus two ATVs and our side by side on wheels for summer trail work. We also have some hand tools and power saws available, however many of our volunteers generously bring their own tools when doing trail work. All of our equipment is volunteer operated, and the operating and maintenance costs are covered by membership fees and donations from local businesses.

In addition to trail work our volunteers also spend countless hours each and every month behind the scenes representing and advocating for Yukon snowmobilers. We often attend local meetings and committees to listen and speak on behalf of snowmobilers with regards to bylaws, trail plans, etc. We regularly meet with various levels of government to ensure snowmobilers’ concerns are being heard and addressed. We are also the Yukon representative for several national and international organizations, including the Canadian Council of Snowmobile Organizations, Trans Canada Trail, and others.

Each and every trail the K.S.A. builds and maintains is considered a “multi-use trail”. In addition to snowmobiling, there is a wide variety of other activities that we consider a welcome sight on the trails. Dog sledding, skiing, hiking, biking, horse riding, ATVing, just to name a few.  In addition to being multi-use, most of our trails are either a part of The Great Trail or directly connect to it.

At this time the K.S.A. does not offer snowmobile rentals or organized tours, but there are several local companies that do. We also have several members that are open to going snowmobiling with visitors. If you are visiting the Yukon and are interested in snowmobiling here please do contact us and we’ll be happy to help you make arrangements to get out snowmobiling.

The K.S.A. currently does not get involved with racing due to the much higher insurance costs involved.

Our website was created right here in the Yukon with generous help from PR Services. The website and our social media pages are maintained and updated by K.S.A. volunteers. Because of this we rely heavily on feedback from our members and the general public to keep our website up to date, so please do contact us with any comments, suggestions, additions or corrections!


Your membership fees and donations to the K.S.A. go directly to supporting:

  • Maintenance, grooming and signage of multi-use trails throughout the Yukon
  • Access to and development of The Great Trail
  • Community snowmobile events
  • A strong, unified voice for Yukon Snowmobilers
  • Snowmobile education and safety programs
  • A winter tourism industry


The Klondike Snowmobile Association is a proud member of the following organizations:

  • Trans Canada Trail Foundation
  • International Snowmobile Council
  • Canadian Council of Snowmobile Organizations
  • Safe Riders Program
  • International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association
  • Sport Yukon
  • Tourism Industry Association of the Yukon
  • Wilderness Tourism Association
  • Yukon Alpine Association
  • Yukon Avalanche Association
  • Yukon Trappers Association
  • Yukon Quest


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