Discover Many Good Reasons to Ride Ontario’s Trails This Winter…
Snowmobile Ontario Canada Ride Videos are worth checking out. Especially if you’re looking for some of the world’s best trail riding for your snowmobile tour or snowmobile vacation. This sled tour article I wrote for snowmobile.com describes unique snowmobile Ontario Canada choices. Meanwhile, if you’re interested in other Ontario snowmobile tour destinations, check out the rest of my Ontario ride articles.
Snowmobile Ontario Canada Unique People & Places
Ontario snowmobiling offers many destinations that are memorable. Thy are unforgettable for their unique products, outstanding locations, special people. Or all three.
For example, what do you think of making a reservation for snowmobiling? Thousands of riders do each winter when they book a space on the trails of the Haliburton Forest and Wildlife Reserve.
This unique 60,000 acres of wilderness is the only wholly privately owned snowmobiling operation in the world. In fact it’s rated by Supertrax Magazine as one of the top-10 snowmobiling destinations in North America. So Haliburton Forest attractions include snowmobiling on 300 kilometres (198 miles) of groomed trails. Plus numerous events (such as a Snowarama or poker run), snowshoeing excursions, and dog sled rides. In their famous Wolf Centre, the wild pack roams freely in a 15-acre enclosure. Meanwhile, interpretative exhibits tell their story.
The Haliburton Forest’s self-contained setting is ideal for families and new riders. In fact, for anyone who want to go snowmobiling in the relative security of a controlled location. Also, it offers house keeping accommodations, the Cookhouse restaurant, fuel, sled rentals and lots of parking.
Located at the top of the Algonquin Dome where exceptional snow conditions abound, the Haliburton Forest and Wildlife Reserve offers snowmobilers an exceptional value proposition. To guarantee a great snowmobiling experience, admittance to their trails is limited to 100 daily users. With prior reservations only, at a fee of $44 + $10 for a passenger (Valid 8 AM to midnight, when the trail close for grooming). Seasonal trail passes with no access restrictions are available for $350. In return, all of these riders get consistently superior trails, thanks to the Forest’s fleet of groomers, aided by North America’s only mobile snowmaking equipment. Read more…
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