February 24, 2024
“Save the Date”, Saturday, February 24 for our upcoming BullyFest at the Lake Louise Lodge. Help us celebrate the acquisition of the Wolf Pack’s new Pisten Bully snow groomer!
The day’s festivities will begin at 1 pm, with a brief celebration ceremony including an official welcome, the history of the club, summary of “Project Wolf Tracks”, acknowledgement of major corporate donors, and thank-you’s to everyone else. There will be a small fun-ride around the lakes for those wishing to participate, rides on the Pisten Bully and other activities.
The event will conclude with a special supper at the Lodge, and Music by Roger Swanstrom and his drummer Dick, beginning at 8 pm.
We need people to step up and help as operators. Contact Harry Holt if you would like to help. Great opportunity to learn in our new machine!
Special thanks go out to club member, Rob Williams for doing all the needed maintenance on Big Foot this fall. Our plan is to begin first week in January.
The LLSMC is a non-profit organization that relies on its members for fund raising. Do you like groomed and marked trails? We need your support! Click below to see the updated dues list dated February 18, 2024. If your are not marked as current for 2024 you owe dues! If you find an error please email me and I'll do what I can to fix it. If you haven't paid your dues you can do so easily online. Click here to pay your dues or to give a donation. The 2024 membership form is below If you want to print and mail a copy.
Please note: If you paid your dues at the lodge we may have not gotten to those yet. We will get them updated once we receive them.
Welcome to our newest members!
Welcome to our newest life members
Todd Sterner & Family
Travis Shiel & Family
Terry & Jody Draeger
Welcome to our newest members
Cameron Sevcik & Family
Marion & Ronald Bumgardner
Was formed in 1994 by founding member, Tree Farmer, as a way to streamline the area's grooming efforts. The Club's first duties were directed at helping the Copper Basin 300 Sled Dog Race with the Lake Louise portion of their race trails. Our responsibilities grew over the years as more volunteers and members helped the Club grow into a non-profit organization responsible for almost 200 miles of winter trails in the Lake Louise and Copper River area.