Explore Snowmobile Northeastern Ontario’s Super Trails…

Snowmobile Northeastern Ontario Canada

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Snowmobile Northeastern Ontario Canada if you’re looking for a great early or late season snowmobiling destination for your Ontario snowmobile tours or snowmobile vacation. Go to snowmobile Northeastern Ontario , where some of my most amazing Ontario snowmobiling has occurred on #ontariosnowtrails on various logging roads, abandoned rail lines, utility corridors and forest access corridors. So just imagine if these routes were connected to each other in one seamless trail network.

Snowmobile Northeastern Ontario Canada has Plenty of Trails

Well, dream no more because this is exactly what happens when you #rideneontario on 4,700 kilometres of snowmobile trails in Districts 14 and 15 of the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) as this snowmobile video shows…

On our snowmobile magazine ride, we found kilometre after kilometre of the widest-open, most horizon-stretching, adrenalin-pumping and eye-popping sledding anywhere. Thanks to this unrivalled network, anyone can put on serious miles while Northeastern Ontario snowmobiling. Three hundred kilometre days are a breeze and with March’s longer daylight hours, upwards to 400 klicks is even possible for avid riders on this Ontario snowmobile tour – and be sure to check out their well-established snow tours like the Abitibi Canyon Loop, Gateway to the North Loop, Lumberjack Loop, and the Missinaibi Loop, all part of the Northern Corridor Adventure Tour.

Snowmobiling simply doesn’t get any better than this! Meanwhile, if you’re interested in other Ontario snowmobile tour destinations, check out the rest of my Ontario ride articles.

Great Lodgings, Great Trails in Snowmobile Northeastern Ontario Canada

Our snowmobile magazine touring crew, consisting of Dan Carty, Glenn King, Jim Reavell, Don Webb, Marsha and I, trailered to New Liskeard’s popular Quality Inn to start our snow machine journey. Seven days of glorious riding and 2,188 kilometres later, we returned to the Quality Inn, a completely satiated and contented group.

Along the way on our Ontario snowmobile tour, we stayed at various snowmobile-friendly lodgings like the aforementioned Quality Inn, (New Liskeard), as well as the North Adventure Inn (Cochrane), the Companion Hotel (Hearst), Comfort Inn, (Kapuskasing), Cedar Meadows Resort (Timmins) and the Elk Lake Eco Lodge. I highly recommend these trail accessible accommodations, which really enhanced our touring experience.

For more on this Ontario snowmobile tour, read my Northeastern Ontario tour article from Snow Goer Canada Magazine!

Ontario law requires a snowmobile entering an OFSC Prescribed Snowmobile Trail to display a valid Ontario Snowmobile Trail Permit.


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