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Snowmobile Trailer Summerizing Best Tips

Why should you take the time to do a thorough snowmobile trailer summerizing each spring? Reason one is to avoid premature deterioration resulting in unnecessary repairs or breakdowns on the road next winter. Reason two is to prolong the functional lifespan of your trailer for as long as possible by keeping it in tiptop condition. Bottomline, for your …

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Muskoka Ontario Snowmobiling Snapshot

Why do we need this Muskoka Ontario snowmobiling snapshot? Sure, the name “Muskoka” may be synonymous with summer cottaging. But for many snowmobilers it’s also a great winter destination. Certainly, the same natural beauty that makes Muskoka so popular with its summer visitors is also a major winter attraction for sledders. Besides, Muskoka is located only a two-hour drive …

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Chaudière-Appalaches Quebec Snowmobiling Snapshot

Why did I prepare this Chaudière-Appalaches Quebec snowmobiling snapshot? Because I’ve visited the Quebec region known as Chaudière-Appalaches on several occasions. Each time, I’ve been impressed by its trail quality, quantity and variety. And by the region’s welcoming hospitality for snowmobilers. No wonder it’s the go-to Quebec destination for so many American snowmobilers looking primo trail riding. As you …

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Outaouais Quebec Snowmobiling Snapshot

This Outaouais Quebec snowmobiling snapshot provides a quick overview to get you started in the region… The Outaouais Region offers the closest Quebec snowmobiling to Eastern Ontario. Its southern edge runs along the Ottawa River. This huge swath of territory stretches west from about Montebello to Rapides-des-Joachimes (locally called “Swisha”). The region also runs north from the Ottawa-Gatineau area …

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Charlevoix Quebec Snowmobiling Snapshot

My social media posts about Charlevoix Quebec snowmobiling have triggered plenty of interest. So, I decided to provide more details for riders who want to stay at the Fairmont Le Manoir Richelieu this winter. Watch for my full tour article next fall in Supertrax Magazine! Let me start by saying that Charlevoix Quebec snowmobiling delivers primo trails and awesome …

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What Makes A Good Snowmobile Staging Hotel?

Are you looking for a good snowmobile staging hotel? For the purposes of this article, I’m talking about a staging hotel that you’re going to trailer to. And then stay for several consecutive nights while using it as a base for various day rides. This is one of the snowmobile tour types I listed in a recent article. I’ve found …

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Snowmobiling Northern Maine

Have you ever wondered about snowmobiling Northern Maine? Here’s everything you need to know… One memory is that I’ve never snowmobiled down a trail with stone markers in the middle. But I’m a law-abiding guy. So I as we rode on that Border Trail between Maine and New Brunswick, I had visions of being pounced on by both U.S. …

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Snowmobile Tour Types & Choices

What snowmobile tour types are right for you? Once upon a time, most snowmobiling originated from our own backyards. A large part of its appeal was day riding from home and back. Even weekend overnighters by sled started and ended there. So did multi-day getaways by snowmobile. In fact, the only time you’d trailer your sleds anywhere was for …

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Snowmobile Greater Sudbury Ontario

I’m always amazed by how remote it seems to snowmobile Greater Sudbury Region. One minute, I’m taking in big city sights. The next, all I see is trees and terrain. The only commonality is groomed trails… With a population of about 165,000, The City of Greater Sudbury is the largest urban centre in Ontario completely surrounded by snowmobile trails. The …

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Abitibi-Témiscamingue Day Loops

Over 3,500 kilometres of trails mean there’s plenty of choices for Abitibi-Témiscamingue day loops. That’s another good reason I ride in the Abitibi-Témiscamingue region each winter with a huge grin pasted on my face. What’s more, each night my notes for this article described our day’s ride as “awesome”, “incredible” or “fantastic”. And I went to bed each night …

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Mont Laurier Snowmobiling Loops

Related: Saddle Bagging Central Quebec   It was a frigid January day to go Mont Laurier snowmobiling. Much too cold to ride a brisk pace. Better to just cruise along, hunkered down behind my tall windshield. Handlebar heaters and thumb warmer cranked to max. Heated seat and FXR Heated Recon Gloves on fry… The temperature dropped even more as the …

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Snowmobile Midwestern Ontario

I hadn’t expected to snowmobile Midwestern Ontario in a furious snow storm. Our Supertrax crew had set out in clear conditions. But suddenly, we ran into a veritable wall of snow. Visibility went to near zero as the snowfall intensified. The white stuff packed into our face shields, our laps, our running boards and covered our sleds. Fresh powder piled …

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