Welcome to Ontario Snowmobiling Trips. Wintertime is a great time to explore Ontario because when the snow flies and the lakes freeze over you can venture to parts of the province that are normally only accessible by air and water. One of the best ways to get there is via snowmobile. Don your suit, helmet, goggles, gloves and trail pass and point your sled down one of the many groomed trails snaking their way across the landscape. Some trails are so wide that they’re referred to as “snow highways”. In fact Ontario has over 50,000 km (30,000 mi.) of interconnected, groomed snowmobile trails forming the largest recreational trail system in the world. Make a day of it gliding through majestic forests, across stake-marked frozen lakes and old logging roads to some of the most serene and scenic spots you’ll ever see. View Aboriginal pictographs. Spot a deer or wolf in a clearing. Team up with some fellow riders and embark on a two-day snowmobile odyssey from Cochrane to Moosonee. Or enjoy the twinkling of city lights as you explore the Sudbury Trail Plan by night.
Did you know that Ontario boasts 49,000 km (31,000 mi.) of interconnected groomed snowmobile trails forming the world’s longest network of recreational trails?