Everything You Wanted to Know About Trail Grooming in Ontario

(but were afraid to ask).
  • Going snowmobiling in Ontario is easy because it’s all about riding groomed Ontario snowmobile trails operated by the OFSC, so wherever you are in our snowbelt, there’s a place to ride with good snow conditions.
  • The OFSC offers more snowmobile trails in Ontario to ride than there are provincial highways to drive… the world’s largest interconnected recreational trail system.
  • Ontario snowmobile trails are easily accessible from many staging areas, including hotels, restaurants and gas stations.
  • Snowmobile trails in Ontario are maintained, mapped, marked and very high tech to make navigation easy and riding comfortable.
  • Ontario snowmobile trails connect most snowbelt communities so choosing a destination – and getting there is easy.
  • Snowmobile trails in Ontario operate under the user pay system, so be sure to buy your permit before you ride!
A red circular OFSC snowmobiling Buy Your Permit logo a snowmobiler riding down a snowy forested trail on a sunny day

Snowmobiling Tourism Contacts:

Contributing partners for this Ontario snowmobiling site about great Ontario snowmobile trails and snowmobile conditions include: Intrepid Snowmobiler, Murphy Insurance, Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs, Ontario Tourism, Snow Goer Media, Supertrax Media.

* Ontario law requires a snowmobile entering an OFSC Prescribed Snowmobile Trail to display a valid Ontario Snowmobile Trail Permit.

About Craig Nicholson—The Intrepid Snowmobiler

Popularly known as The Intrepid Snowmobiler, Craig Nicholson is an International Snowmobile Hall of Fame journalist who specializes in recreational snowmobiling activities. Craig has snowmobiled in every region of Canada and many states. His one-of-a-kind tour book, “Canada’s Best Snowmobiling – The Ultimate Ride Guide”, chronicles his adventures, as does his website and Facebook page.

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