World Class Sledding in Sudbury, Northern Ontario—Video

Ontario, Canada is home to the world’s largest interconnected snowmobile trail system. Recently I had the opportunity to explore some of the best trails on the system in the Greater Sudbury area. It’s only my second season riding, but my riding companions were all die-hard sledders and assured me that this was some of the best riding around. It was easy to see why.

Over the course of the two days we rode over 400km (250 miles) on impeccably groomed trails with just enough fresh snowfall to create the ideal riding conditions. The temperature hovered between -5 and -10 degrees Celcius (23 and 14 degrees Fahrenheit) and we experienced at least a good dozen distinct types of scenery and trails over those many KMs.




About Mike Jacobs

Mike is an avid Northern traveller, having spent years traversing its backroads, and visiting its remote lodges and fun cities by car, RV, motorcycle, and boat. There's always something new to discover in the North and Mike never shies away from the next great adventure. Mike is the chairman of the board for the Tourism Technology Company.

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