Morfee Lake
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Snowmobiling  (Don Weixl photo)

Snowmobiling (Don Weixl photo)

Mackenzie is a genuine northern Rocky Mountain snowmobiling destination, and provides a winter wonderland full of snowmobile trails that run from valley bottom to mountain ridge.

Sledding starts mid-November through until about mid-May, and offer trails for less experienced riders as well as challenging bowl climbing and wilderness sledding for skilled hobbyists.

Mackenzie provides "from porch to powder" access to sledding trails, and has a fenced, monitored compound next to the Recreation Center downtown, where visitors can safely stow their snowmobiles when not in use, and then head out to directly from the compound to trails leading into the mountains.

Morfee Mountain Snowmobiling Trails

Enjoy excellent powder conditions at Morfee Mountain with fantastic views of the northern Rockies and the Rocky Mountain Trench, and sled through the forest along the Gagnon Trail to Mackenzie Junction. Along the approximately 50km/31mi of trails, there are two warming huts with wood stoves, which provide an opportunity to escape from the cold.

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