So you’ve decided to travel to Ontario for a snowmobile trip. Maybe you’re going to visit your aunt up in Sudbury, or meet up with your old college roomies from Michigan in Wawa. Or heck, maybe you’ve decided to bond with your teenager by reconnecting with nature on a rustic, outdoor adventure in Temiskaming? Read More>>
A hot fire, cozy bed and good grub make all the difference when you’re ready to relax after a long day of riding. (Add in a hot tub and life can’t get much better, right?) Riders are spoiled for choice in Northern Ontario, with plenty of great options for places to stay while snowmobiling, but the key to transforming a good trip into a great one is finding accommodations that are snowmobile-friendly. Read More >>
Snowmobiling and food go together like maple syrup and pancakes. After working up an appetite over a day of riding, a pit stop for a meal can be a great excuse to warm up, chat with your riding buddies and regroup for the next leg of your epic snowmobile adventure.
A day on the sled is one of life’s greatest pleasures. Who doesn’t love ripping around trails or cutting through mountains all while wearing a big smile under our helmet? We often think about these moments of riding, but how often do you think about what you wear (other than a smile) to get to those moments? Undoubtedly, falling in a snowbank, breaking through a frozen puddle of water, working up condensation from our natural body movement or getting caught in fresh snowfall will happen. No one likes feeling cold and without the proper riding gear; even smooth, groomed trails can provide a water sodden experience. Read More >>