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Sledding country in Ontario is also resort country, and that's a good thing. It means your rides can be rugged but you can wind down in comfort.
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Everything you need to consider before your first trip.
Ontario has over 30,000 kilometres (16,000 miles) of snowmobile trails across a province that’s bigger than Texas - but how do you choose where to ride? Here are 35 self-guided snow tours to choose from.
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Ride one of the longest networks of recreational trails in the world. The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Club's (OFSC) members establish and maintain over 30,000km of the best quality trails, loops and passages. Trans Ontario Provincial (TOP) trails are the main corridors that connect region to region.
What should you know before heading out? Get the Guide to Snowmobile Touring.
A few things your need to know before you get your sled out on the trails in Ontario.
Ontario offers over 30,000 km (18,641 mi.) of interconnected, uncongested trails, one of the longest network of recreational trails in the world. These trails are maintained by the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC).
There are a number of operating snowmobile districts in Ontario, find your destination and start planning your tour.