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  • 06 May 2022 2:32 PM | Dean Bradko (Administrator)

    Season restrictions have been reinstated at Stanger Hills. 


    Trails will be ⛔️CLOSED⛔️ until further notice leaving from Stanger Hills. 


    With the rain overnight and the quickly thawing ground we need to protect the work done last year that still needs to be completed. 


    The club will be out in the coming days/week to drain the water pooled on the trail to allow low lying areas time to dry and firm up.


    We hope to reopen again as soon as possible weather permitting. 


    We still have lots of work planned for this summer in the Stanger Hills zone, watch for Workbee announcements coming soon!!


    AGM to be announced early next week!!


    Look forward to getting back on trail ASAP!


    Happy trails!

  • 22 Feb 2022 2:05 PM | Dean Bradko (Administrator)

    We’d like to thank all the riders and volunteers that came out today and enjoyed a beautiful day in Lac Ste. Anne County!  It was a brisk day but spirits were high! It was great to see all the happy faces at the checkpoints.

    While many opted to stay warm, we still saw 61 riders with a total of 138 hands played.  Check out the gallery for some pictures here: 2022 Family Day Poker Rally Pictures.

    First Place: Jon Boss - $150
    Second Place: Karla Krassilowsky - $90
    Third Place:  Rod McLeod - $60

    Thanks again to all who came out to support the Lac Ste Anne ATV Club and Alberta Beach SnoMo Days and a big thank you to the Alberta Beach and District Lions Club for all your hard work towards Sno Mo Days!!

  • 21 May 2021 1:22 PM | Dean Bradko (Administrator)

    Project still under construction


    After a site inspection by the County of Lac Ste Anne and its advisors, the Stranger Hills area will remain temporarily ⛔️Closed⛔️ for ongoing trail repairs and improvements. 


    We are finally getting Mother Nature to cooperate with our plans! Trails in low lying areas are drying out nicely to allow us access and the opportunity for repairs. 


    Does this mean all the trails in Lac Ste Anne are closed? ♂️


    NO!! The trails from M1 heading south on our map are OPEN and have had their own repairs completed last fall to help get better access to more riding area. The trails are NOT accessible via the staging area at Stanger Hills but can be accessed via Rge Rd 61 and Twnshp Rd 550 shown on the map in the images. 


    Please respect local land owners and do not trespass on their property. Please stay on trail and respect the work done on upgrading the access to more riding area. Plenty of mud holes to still play in and you can take those friends and family with 2wd or dirt bikes with you know. 


    Please pack out what you pack in and never ride under the influence. Please keep all fires to designated fire pits. 


    Happy May Long everyone, Ride safe and have fun!!


    See you in the trail!


    Dave McLean

    LSA Atv Club - Trail Boss

  • 09 Apr 2021 1:12 PM | Dean Bradko (Administrator)

    Stanger Hills area is temporarily ⛔️closed⛔️ as per our County Agreement for seasonal protection and continued Trail construction in the area.

    We appreciate your support and look forward to reopening as soon as possible.

  • 18 Feb 2020 3:31 PM | Dean Bradko (Administrator)

    The Lac Ste Anne ATV Club would like to send a warm (no pun intended) thank you to all those who braved the cold and joined us for the rally. Here are the results:

    1st place: Andrew MacCallum - $340.00
    2nd place: Bryce Borlee - $260.00
    3rd place: Chris Besse - $129.00 

  • 25 Mar 2019 9:30 PM | Dean Bradko (Administrator)

    Thanks to everyone who took the time out of their busy lives to join us for our AGM!  We saw some new faces again this year, people who genuinely want to help this club move forward.  One of the highlights of the meeting is the formation of a dedicated trail committee which will be lead by our new trail boss, Dave McClean.  Expect details of the new committee to follow in the next month or two.

    The election results were as follows:

    President:  Sean Laidler

    Vice President:  Kevin McCoy

    Treasurer:  Melinie Beaulieu

    Secretary:  Dean Bradko

    Trail Boss:  Dave McLean

    Director:  Colton Barlow

    Director:  Cameron Beaulieu

    Director:  Lisa Flindall

    Director:  Wayne Gray

    Director:  Brad Jouan

    Director:  Duane Krysta

    Director:  Garett Schmidt

    Director:  Jim Tyschuk

  • 17 Apr 2018 12:30 PM | Dean Bradko (Administrator)

    We saw a great turnout this year and a whole bunch of new faces!  With all the executive positions filled and a healthy compliment of directors, we are energized for a busy year.  Stay tuned for some great events and general improvements to the club.  Here are the election results:

     President  Scott Laidler
     Vice President
     Colton Barlow
     Treasurer  Melinie BeauLieu
     Secretary  Dean Bradko
     Trail Boss
     Gary Bridgeman
     Director  Cameron Beaulieu
     Director  Eric Gerhardt
     Director  Wayne Gray
     Director  Brad Handsaeme
     Director  Brad Jouan
     Director  Kevin McCoy
     Director  John Rowan

  • 19 Feb 2018 9:29 PM | Dean Bradko (Administrator)

    The club would like to extend a big thank you to all those who braved the weather to joins us for the rally.We would also like to extend a very special thank you to Rapid Revolutions and Wild Country Powersports for helping to both sponsor the event and man checkpoints - we would have very likely been short of manpower without them.  If you ever have a chance to meet Cam and Melinie Beaulieu be sure to compliment them on the fantastic job they do organizing this event year after year.

    See you all next year!


    We had no less than 324 riders and sold 605 poker hands.

    1st Place - $637.50 - KC, KH, AC, KH, KS - Kelsie Thompson

    2nd Place - $382.50 - AC, KH, KD, AS, KD - Nicholas Deis

    3rd Place - $255.00 - AD, JS, JC, JD, AS - Mike Inkster

  • 12 Feb 2018 9:27 PM | Dean Bradko (Administrator)

    The mapped, maintained and approved snowmobile trails in our area are looked after by the Alberta Beach Snowmobile Club.  When the snow accumulates around 10 inches most ATV’s have difficulty maneuvering the hills and trails, which at that time the snowmobile club begins grooming and the club would ask for respect from the ATV community.

    Some of the snowmobile trails are on private land and these owners only open the trail to snowmobiles and ATV’s become trespassers. Snowmobilers must purchase a trail pass to use private property which provides our club and land owner with liability insurance. This trial pass helps fund the costs occurred in grooming and maintaining the trail. The greatest advantage of having maintained snowmobile trails is that we can groom them and make riding much safer and help prevent trespassing. After many hours of volunteer work and much expense a well groomed snowmobile trail can be destroyed by ATV’s.

    So therefore the snowmobile club asks that ATV users to be respectful and stay off when trails are groomed and most importantly do not use private land. The Snowmobile Club is open to ATV use on “non groomed trails” that are on public lands.

    As both groups are OHV and still are blessed to have a place to ride it is in all best interest to work together. It is a privilege not a right to have trails in Alberta and that can be revoked at any time by any level of government.

    A snowmobile is designated as such when manufactured. Any vehicle (bike, truck or ATV) altered and fitted with tracks cannot be designated as a snowmobile (insurance issues).

    Thank you and if you have any other questions please do not hesitate to contact the Alberta Beach Snowmobile Club info@absnowmobileclub.com

  • 20 Aug 2017 11:17 AM | Dean Bradko (Administrator)

    We'd like to send a thanks out to all the participants and spectators that came out for the event.  The weather was perfect and it was a great day as we saw some fierce races and had some good laughs.

    Also, thank you to all the volunteers, Melinie and Cam Beaulieu in particular, who worked very hard to ensure the event went smoothly.

    While the event was a success, we have begun to see declining number of contestants that come out to race.  We do know that many riders didn't want to risk breakdowns before the next CCMR race, but we also feel that it's time for a bit of a redesign to the mud pit.  The redesign is still in the works but I'm sure it will be awesome and a completely different experience.  Be sure to check it out next year!!!

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