Positioned just a short drive north of the 401, this 150-km loop travels through the Great Pine Ridge while circling Rice Lake, offering snowmobilers an interesting mix of farm and forest riding just east of the Greater Toronto Area.
For touring in the Hornepayne area of the Northern Corridor Adventure, the 90-km Bobcat Loop provides a special opportunity to explore enticing local trails options instead of just passing through on the main TOP Trail.
Connecting two provinces and requiring a permit from each, the 168-km Gateway to Ontario Loop (including 130km in Ontario) is a unique way to experience the best of both the Ontario and Manitoba trail systems, plus the amenities of the Town of Kenora.
Easily accessible from the Greater Toronto Area, the Kawartha Highlands Tour is a comfortable 138- km family outing with a variety of different riding experiences, including woodland trails, forest access roads, municipal road allowances and an old rail bed. More Info: www.district2ofsc.ca
Located West of the Gravenhurst - Bracebridge Area of Muskoka
OFSC DISTRICT 7This leisurely 125-km loop around Lake Muskoka makes an ideal family outing through Ontario’s celebrated cottage country where highlights include lake views, Torrance Barrens, Dark Sky Observation Area, Port Carling floating bridge, and Huckleberry Lookout.
From Moonbeam to Opasatika, the 145-km Lumberjack Loop circles the Town of Kapuskasing, providing an outstanding route alternative to TOP Trail A for snowmobilers discovering the Northern Corridor Adventure.
Hearst is one traditional turn around point for a Northern Corridor Adventure, but the 165-km Missinaibi Expedition Tour adds a new dimension to the experience with a loop north of town through remote forests teeming with wildlife.
This 185-km loop visits two clubhouses while travelling through a historic area where riders can experience the farmlands, forests and communities that make up rural Grey Bruce, and where local hospitality is second to none.
Farms, fields, forests and lake effect snow…this 159-km loop on easy-riding trails provides several convenient staging areas to start your day trip through some of Southwestern Ontario’s prettiest farmlands and vibrant villages.
This laid-back 149-km day loop takes riders through the heart of Southwestern Ontario dairy country and south of Highway 401 into Amish settlements and Ontario’s main tobacco belt, providing an interesting diversity of landscapes and sights.
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).
Anchored by the towns of Atikokan and Ignace, this 203-km snow tour follows TOP A and local trails to visit Northwestern Ontario’s famous White Otter Castle, built by woodsman Jimmy McQuat in 1915 and not accessible by road.