Membership Benefits

Membership Benefits


All Klondike Snowmobile Association Members receive the following benefits and discounts:

  • K.S.A. membership card
  • K.S.A. newsletters (four printed newsletters per year, plus updates via e-mail)
  • K.S.A. licence plate and decals (available upon request)
  • Input into the development of K.S.A. policy
  • Assistance with trail projects, problems and development initiatives in your area
  • A strong, unified voice for snowmobilers with governments and others
  • A guarantee that a team of volunteers are working year-round to enhance and promote multi-use trails throughout the Yukon Territory
  • Five free issues of SnoRiders magazine
  • 6% off gas at Tags 4th Ave. Whitehorse (not valid with other offers)
  • 5% off regularly priced tires and parts at Fountain Tire in Whitehorse
  • 10% off food at Trails North (excluding alcohol)
  • Free access to the Last Run Lounge at Mt Sima (please no drinking and sledding)
  • 10% off snowmobile rentals at Yukon Wide Adventures
  • 10% off at Mark’s on a selection of regularly priced merchandise (Separate card is required, issued with membership.)
  • Special rates at Choice Hotels –  Special rates from the Canadian Council of Snowmobile Organizations, please see for details, special rates are only available for on-line bookings.
  • Special snowmobiler rates at the Atlin Inn
  • Members can post free classified ads on our snowmobile buy and sell page
  • Corporate Members get links on our website and social media
  • Corporate Members can post free dealer/manufacturer ads on our snowmobile buy and sell page
  • Gold Corporate Members get the regular corporate membership benefits plus two free single issue 1/8 page ads per year in our newsletters



  1. Please show your K.S.A. Membership card for discounts.
  2. Discounts may not be valid with other offers, specials, sales, price wars, or other excuses.


The benefits listed above have been generously provided to us by those businesses and associations. Your K.S.A. Membership fees and donations go directly to supporting:

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


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