No matter your style of ride, Northeastern Ontario has trails groomed to perfection, and that sweet, backcountry powder for all.
Great staging locations? You’ll find them here.
Heaps of snow? It’s yours to plough through.
Hundreds of kilometres of groomed trail system?
It’s all waiting for you Up North.
In a place where they measure snow in feet, not inches, Timmins is home to phenomenal trail and backcountry riding. Known for the Gold Rush Snow Tour and some of the most pristine outdoor environments around, the Timmins Snowmobile Club maintains over 440 km of groomed trails.
Cochrane is home to big snow, big rides, and big hospitality. Making connections with Snow Tours such as the Abitibi Canyon Loop, the Gateway to the North, and the Northern Corridor Adventure Tour, head to Cochrane for an ultimate winter riding experience in Ontario.
Located along Highway 11, the community of Temiskaming Shores is a first-rate staging area with great snow for much of the season. The city offers riders access to hundreds of kilometres of trails, the scenic beauty of Lake Temiskaming, and a community ready to welcome snowmobilers!
In Northeastern Ontario, snowmobiling is more than a hobby—it’s a way of life. Our region is vast, remote, and full of that beautiful white stuff long after it’s melted away further to the south! Winters in Northeastern Ontario start early and run long—making for some of the best late-season riding available.