With an exciting mix of well-established trails, the 235-km Bon Echo Loop winds through the majestic forests, rugged terrain and picturesque highlands of east Central Ontario’s premier snowbelt, including its namesake Bon Echo Provincial Park.
Ride the 248-km Hastings Highland Tour’s unique double loop configuration, including many old logging roads and rail beds that run through the snowy hinterlands of beautiful eastern Kawartha Lakes cottage country.
Part of the Northern Corridor Adventure, the 303-km Abitibi Canyon Loop’s seamless logging roads and utility corridors make for wide-open riding that takes in the massive Fraserdale dam and powder fun at the canyon.
Positioned as the southern access to the Northern Corridor Adventure, the 217-km Gateway to the North Tour includes a scenic ride through Greenwater Provincial Park and some of the widest and most awesome trails in Ontario.
This 142-km loop, located east of Owen Sound, brings riders near the lake-effect-snow shores of Georgian Bay and visits the impressive, ice-crested rocks of Walters Falls – a must-see Attraction Point of Interest (APOI).
Located southwest of Owen Sound and including four clubhouses, this 263-km loop travels a beautiful inland route of woodland and field trails, and takes Its name from the mighty Saugeen River that runs through its heartland.
Discover Eastern Ontario farm country between the St. Lawrence and Ottawa Rivers, where the 298-km French Connection Loop's Quebec- style trails and hospitable ambience provide unique Francophone flair without ever leaving Ontario!
Centrally located in the Upper Canada Snowmobile Region, this new 266-km loop stages out of Morrisburg on its south side and includes the towns of Osgoode, Metcalfe, Moose Creek and Monkland as well as the well known Larose Forest.
Positioned northwest of Sudbury, the remote 253-km Cartier Loop delivers an awesome backcountry ride on exhilarating TOP Trails that follow old logging roads through the rugged wilderness of the Canadian Shield.
Positioned northeast of Sudbury, the 223-km Chiniguchi Loop showcases the old growth forests of the Wolf Lake Forest Reserve, including a panoramic view from Wolf Mountain, nearly the highest elevation in Ontario.
Positioned southwest of Sudbury near the La Cloche Mountains, the 349-km Rainbow Elk Loop makes an inspiring one-day challenge for long distance snowmobilers or a comfortable two-day outing for more leisurely riders.