Place Title: Peace Valley Snow RidersPlace Description:
The Peace Valley Snow Riders are dedicated to promoting responsible snowmobiling in the Mighty Peace and developing trails which are intended to form a network on both the east and west side of Peace River. Get out of the house this winter with your family and friends and enjoy their beautiful trails.
You can purchase memberships and trail passes in Peace River at; Mighty Peace Powersports, Maximum Powersports and Thomas Homes RV. As well in Hines Creek at; Scanalta Sales or online at albertasnowmobile.ca
Please Note: If purchasing online, please be sure to state that Peace Valley Snow Riders is your home club.
There are currently three great groomed trails in the Mighty Peace:
Wesley Creek Trail
Officially opened March 5, 2016 in conjunction with the Club’s first Poker Rally. This 30 km trail runs in a loop to the east and north of St. Isidore. The staging area can be accessed from Township Road 842 north of St. Isidore.
Leddy Lake Trail
Officially opened March 19, 2011. Located north of Peace River. Runs 40 km north from the Leddy Lake Recreation Area to the area of Driftwood Lake near Deadwood. The trail also includes a small loop near the Leddy Lake Recreation Area.
Smith Mills Trail
Officially opened March 11, 2017. The East End Staging Area is located to the north of Grimshaw and the West End Staging Area is located to the north of Hines Creek. Runs 60 kilometers from north of Figure Eight Lake to just east of Stony Lake. This trail includes a loop near the west end of the trail that has a magnificent view of the area.
Future Trails for the Mighty Peace:
Work on this trail was formally initiated in the spring of 2015,it has had some set back with private land changing ownership and having to reroute quite few Km of the southern portion of trail onto farm land and into Hines Creek. The trail was open in 2019-2020 and is joins up with the Canfor Smithmill trail and is the only trail that is connected to a community where sledders can go for fuel, food and sled shop for repairs.
As one of the original 3 trails identified by the Club and approved in principle in December of 2009 along with the Leddy Lake and Wesley Creek trails, further work has been delayed during the development of the Club’s other trails. This proposed trail would be an extension to the Wesley Creek Trail and will potentially run north along the power line which is adjacent to the DMI east haul road. Work could proceed once the Hines Creek Trail is complete if a Trail Sponsor to lead the project is identified.
Additional Trail Plans:
As part of the long range goal to complete a network of trails on both the east and west sides of the Peace River, there is also commitment to link our local network to those of other member Clubs of the Alberta Snowmobile Association as part of an overall network of trails within the Province of Alberta. From a conceptual perspective the Club has identified the potential of the following trails becoming part of the local trail network, Dixonville Connector & Talbot Lake Trail.Category: Attractions, Town of Grimshaw, Village of Hines Creek, Mighty Peace Essentials, Outdoors, Parks & Lakes, Town of Peace River, M.D. of Peace, Sights & Experiences, Town of Saint Isidore, and Winter ActivitiesAddress: Leddy Lake Staging Area
CanadaTelephone Number: (780) 618-6649The Peace Valley Snow Riders are dedicated to promoting responsible snowmobiling in the Mighty Peace and developing trails which are intended to form a network on both the east and west side of Peace River. Get out of the house this winter with your family and friends and enjoy their beautiful trails. Memberships/Trail Passes You can purchase memberships and trail Read more...
Place Title: St. Isidore Museum & Cultural CentrePlace Description:
St. Isidore Museum & Cultural Centre – English
Situated in the quaint hamlet of St-Isidore, is a museum that depicts the storied heritage of the francophone community that left Quebec to establish itself in the Mighty Peace. In the museum, you’ll find costumes, pictures and artefacts that tell the story of hardships and victories. Also, theres a train car replica inside of the museum to help visualize the trek that the families had to make with their enormous families as well as with their livestock.
St. Isidore Museum & Cultural Centre – French
Situé dans le pittoresque hameau de St-Isidore, ce musée présente l’héritage historique de la communauté francophone qui a permis au gens du Québec de s’établir au sein de la région de Rivière-de-la-Paix. Dans le musée, vous trouverez des costumes, des images et des artefacts qui racontent l’histoire des épreuves et des victoires. De plus, il y a une réplique d’un wagon de train à l’intérieur du musée pour aider à visualiser le trek que les familles devaient faire avec leur famille et avec leur bétail. Nous accueillons tout le monde, même si vous ne parlez pas français.
Tisserandes De St. Isidore (St. Isidore Weavers)
Weaving is an ancient art!
At the Centre Culturel de St-Isidore the St. Isidore Weavers share their talents and perpetuates the traditional arts and crafts of their ancestors. Stop by and admire or take home a piece of their work.
Hours Of Operation:
Category: Arts & Culture, Attractions, Library, Museums, Places To See, Shopping, and Town of Saint IsidoreAddress: Bouchard Road
- Monday – Thursday, 9:00am -4:30pm
- Fridays – Call (780)624-8481
CanadaTelephone Number: (780) 624-8481Email:St. Isidore Museum & Cultural Centre – English Situated in the quaint hamlet of St-Isidore, is a museum that depicts the storied heritage of the francophone community that left Quebec to establish itself in the Mighty Peace. In the museum, you’ll find costumes, pictures and artefacts that tell the story of hardships and victories. Also, theres a train car replica Read more...