Snowmobiling Central Ontario Trails
Satisfy your need for speed by spending a day snowmobiling on the scenic Blue Mountain area trails. Lodges at Blue Mountain is an ideal base for groups to get out full days experiening many kilometers of trails, incredible views along the Niagara Escarpment, and coming back at night for a relaxing dinner and drinks by the fireplace.
There are many scenic lookouts in the area, as well as nearby rest stops, dining, shops and pubs to enjoy along the way. The Blue Mountains, Collingwood and surrounding South Georgian Bay region includes two Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs Districts, District 9 and 8. Ontario law requires every recreational sled entering an OFSC Prescribed Trail to have and display a valid snowmobile trail permit. ofsc.on.ca
Mid Ontario Snowmobile Trails (MOST) is an association of five snowmobile clubs located in District 8 of the OFSC. Our area is blessed with an abundance of snow due to our close proximity to Georgian Bay and those great north-westerly winds which create snow squalls capable of dumping huge amounts of snow. The club members groom, brush and maintain almost 560 km of trails.
“Ride More, Drive Less” in OFSC District 9 with over 3,700 km of groomed trails. View rolling rural countryside in the south which takes you through wooded areas, open fields and small towns, then leads into the Niagara Escarpment and across from east to west just South of Georgian Bay, then heads north along the Bruce Peninsula, and slopes down to the sand beaches along the Lake Huron shoreline.
Ride on Rentals rents reliable snowmobiles in the Collingwood and Blue Mountain area.