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Snowmobiling Stories:

The North Shore Loop

January 3, 2022 By Martin Lortz

The Lake Huron North Channel, with a combination of rugged shoreline, grand water views and friendly communities, is no surprise, an Algoma summer destination favourite. Summer sounds good; what about when the lake views become an expanse of ice, and the landscape disappears beneath a blanket of snow? Well, if you are a snowmobiler, it […]


Hello Winter: Snowmobiling Algoma Country

December 3, 2021 By Martin Lortz

Few things put a smile on a snowmobiler’s face like the words “winter is coming.” Add details such as 3,200 km of groomed trail, 300 cm of snow annually, and the longest snowmobiling season in Ontario and that smile transitions to an ear-to-ear grin that will last for months, often from December to April. Welcome […]


Algoma’s Best Sled Head Hangouts

February 8, 2018 By Chris Hughes

The pressure builds to plan that epic snowmobile trip. There’s a lot to arrange: which routes, number of km’s or miles, departure date, booking overnight accommodation, loading the sleds into the trailer and parking the pick-up. It’s a lot to organize but so worth it when you’re ripping up the buttery smooth trails. Algoma Country […]


Always Wanted to Sled in Canada?

January 16, 2017 By Chris Hughes

Ontario’s Algoma Country has been Welcoming US Riders for Decades and Here’s Why.  If you haven’t started planning your snowmobile trip, it’s not too late. Sure you might be asking yourself, “why would I want to travel north to Canada to go snowmobiling when there are perfectly good trails where I am?” A solid question, […]