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  By N.R. Williams Note: This piece was originally assembled by N. R. Williams, prepared for presentation to the Newfoundland Historical society St. John's, Newfoundland, 28th May 1971.  Special thanks

Like all of us, Danny McDonald has rode many sleds in many different locations

In this feature, learn more about three less known ride areas within Newfoundland

Marble Mountain – East, West or simply right behind Marble: Donnie O’Keefe [gallery columns="4" ids="7298,7297,7296,7300"] Gas, coffee, accommodations and snow.  East, west you choose what trail as they are both amazing

If you’re into snowmobiling, everybody knows that the west coast of Newfoundland is the place to be because of the quantity of snow, the early and late seasons

By Jamie Osmond   Back several years ago, I helped organized a Sledworthy Magazine tour to the Port Aux Basque region…from a local perspective…the good folks at the Go Western

By Rob Clarke (If you missed Part 1 of Rob's Great Harbour Deep article - See it here): Part 1 - Great Harbour Deep [caption id="attachment_7137" align="alignleft" width="300"] Everyone got

January 25, 2020 [caption id="attachment_7100" align="alignleft" width="159"] Bill Kennedy[/caption] Well, with the snow flying on the East coast this winter our first trip of the year turned in to a

By Maurice Gillingham [caption id="attachment_7089" align="alignleft" width="218"] Author: Maurice Gillingham[/caption] Although the past 20 plus years we have resided on the East Coast living in Kelligrews, our hearts are always

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