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BackCountry Hillbillies WaterCross

  There might not be much, if any,  snow left to ride but that doesn't stop the HillBillies from keeping the sleds out of the stables and ready for some video action. Check out this video as the crew attempts a multiple person water cross in a small shallow pond next to the ocea... [More]

BackCountry Hillbillies - The Lavers Excursion May 17th

Mike has been offshore chompin at the bit for a piece of action on the hills all spring while the rest of the BCH crew have been making the most of excelllent spring riding conditions.  When the snow melts around the communities and towns of the province, The Backcountry Hillbill... [More]

Red Ochre Inn - Beautiful Buchaneer Country!

The Red Ochre staff thrives on a personal touch - right from the moment you arrive until your stay with us in "Beautiful Buchaneer Country" comes to an end.

"From hotel staff, to our local guides, our hospitality is unbeatable. You'll feel at home with the Red Ochre Crew. [More]

LewisHillbillies.com - Website of The Year 2008

After much consideration, SledAddicts.com has selected it's first "Website of the Year" ..... CONGRATULATIONS to Justin House and Grant Dicks, the founders of the LewisHillbillies.com website, and special extended thanks to all the Hillbilly supporters who kept the forums running strong and the consitent updated photo galleries. With a hot new look to their site this year plus a bunch of other accolades, the Lewis Hillbillies edged out SnowandMud.com for Website of the Year!! [More]

Torrent River Inn, An Ideal Snowmobiling Launch Point

Maynards Torrent River Inn, located in Hawkes Bay, Newfoundland & Labrador is a great place to start an outstanding snowmobile adventure. View Their Location in Google Maps With the Long Range Mountains abundant deposits of snow every year, snowmobiling in May month is no... [More]

Newfoundland's #1 BackCountry Hillbillies

I remember hearing the oldtimers talk about those long harsh winters here on "The Rock" when snow started falling in early October and the season begin to clear up by mid April. One of the overbearing themes of these folktales is how difficult it was to travel and survi... [More]