Top 5 Snowmobile Events in Ontario for 2019
Ontario has something for every kind of sledder. Check out these events to find the one (or more) best for you!
In For the Long Haul
Endurance Riding and the Great Northern Expedition
A seasoned sledder gives expert tips to make it through a long trip—like this high-mileage loop taking riders through classic Northeastern Ontario landscapes, all to benefit a good cause.
My Top Snowmobile Destinations for 2019
Of all the places I’ve gone sledding in Ontario, these are the ones that keep calling me back for more!
In Search of Gold: Ontario's Gold Rush Tour
The Gold Rush Tour in Ontario didn’t pan out in the traditional sense, but we found plenty of white gold along the way!
Great Northern Expedition Endurance Snowmobiling
What better way to explore all that Northern Ontario has to offer than by the seat of a snowmobile?
Rainbow Elk Loop
This OFSC 230km loop is one of the many loops in the Sudbury area. Check out this featured snow tour!
Quebec? Oui s’il vous plait!
Wolf Tales & Wild Trails
Good friends, great sledding, and some wildlife sighting on the Sudbury area’s Chiniguchi Wolf Loop.
Have Wheels, will Travel
As a motorcycle enthusiast, I began looking into how I could combine my love for two wheels with my passion for camping.
Roughing It and Loving It
When it comes to where to stay on your motorcycle trip, there’s nowhere that can beat the price (or the view) of a sweet camping spot. Ontario’s Grundy Lake and Restoule Provincial Parks are very moto-friendly.
Connect With Nature on the Cheap
Ontario’s Provincial Parks offer a beautiful spot for both riding and camping, all within a day’s ride from Toronto
The Superior Way to Ride Algoma
Highway 118 Through Haliburton County
Ideal for fall touring, this beautiful and twisty stretch of road between Bracebridge and Bancroft is a favourite for riders throughout motorcycle season..
Highway 17: A Northern Ontario Gem
A long day’s ride along the shore of the world’s biggest freshwater lake is a destination unto itself
First Trails Open
Once again, the season starts in Cochrane, Ontario. Ride like an animal with the Polar Bear Riders snowmobile club.
Saddlebag or Stay and Play?
Day loops from one spot, or multiple destinations? We weigh the pros and cons.
Adventure Travel: Missinaibi Expedition Tour
Why Volunteer With Your Local Snowmobile Club?
We know the 30,000 kilometres of snowmobile trails across Ontario don’t just happen by themselves, but what exactly does it mean to sign up and become a volunteer?
The Epic Landscapes of the Cabot Trail
This eastern route sits at the top of the list for many riders
Snowmobile Vacations in Northern Ontario
If failure isn’t an option, you’ve got to go where the snow is guaranteed. Ryan Hawkins and pals make the trip north to ride OFSC tour loops around Cochrane, Kapuskasing and Smooth Rock Falls and save their season.
6 Tips for High-Mileage Snowmobiling
Looking to cover a lot of ground on your sled this season? Here’s how to do it…
Is a Trailer Part of Your Snowmobile Season?
Have Trailer, Will Travel
If you’re not getting enough use out of your snowmobile, a trailer can make all the difference. Here’s what you need to look out for when shopping for your new best friend.
Endurance Riding at its Best! The 2017 Cannonball Ride
We didn’t know what to expect when we signed up for our first official Cannonball Ride motorcycle endurance run that took place on June 10th, 2017.