Snowmobiling in Southern Ontario

Southern Ontario has a great selection of trails for snowmobiling groomed by the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC). You must purchase a pass to use the trails. Passes can be purchased for the season or by the day (2 day minimum).

The OFSC trail system features over 30,000 kilometers of groomed trails between Sarnia, ON to the Montreal, QC border to the Manitoba border. Along the trails you will find a collection of club houses offering hot meals and drinks.

Tours can be booked to help guide you through the hundreds of trails if needed. These tours can be for the casual family outing, staying local; full day rides keeping you close to home; or multi-day rides driving from district to district.

Operating a snowmobile will require a G1 Ontario license or a Motorized Snow Vehicle Operator’s License. The OFSC offers an online course for a small fee. It is highly recommended to stay up to date on licencing regulations from the Government of Ontario in terms of ages for snow vehilce operator’s liceses.

To purchase your pass today, please visit the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs website.

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