Snowmobile in the Algoma Region of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Canada! Explore 400 kilometres (240 miles) of groomed trails maintained by the Sault Trailblazers Snowmobile Club or link onto other adjacent Ontario snowmobile snowmobile trails on St. Joseph Island or in the Wawa or Blind River areas. Access scenic, remote wildernes locations, zoom across frozen lakes, test your mettle in races and competitions, and meet other devotees of the sport. Explore new territory! Make new friends! Rev the engine and track through some of the best snowmobiling in the Midwest. For an extaordinary snowmobile holiday visit Algoma Country.
|King Mountain / Bellevue Valley|
Access through this area is provided by the Sault Trailblazers Snowmobile Club's TOPS D trail. An Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) snowmobile permit is required. This trail segment varies in topography with both hill and lowland sledding. View the spectacular Robertson Cliffs. Both private and Crown lands are encountered.
Tour through this area using the TOPS D trail. A snowmobile permit is required. Here the landscape is rugged forested backcountry. Sections of the scenic Goulais River will be encountered north of Searchmont if you are extending your trip on to Wawa. For those wishing to travel a circle tour on a day trip, the north and south Tops D trails to Searchmont and back to the Sault may be exactly to your liking.
|Echo Bay/Sylvan Valley|
The TOPS D and TOPS D106 snowmobile trails can be accessed in this area. In addition there are a number of local snowmobile link trails. Collectively, these trails provide connections between Searchmont and Sault Ste. Marie in the north and west to Echo Bay, Desbarats, Bruce Mines and Thessalon. When designated open for travel, ice trail connections provide access to St. Joseph Island at Richards Landing and Hilton Beach.
|St. Joseph Island|
Snowmobile routes D106 and D 106A provide an enjoyable and popular day trip for many local snowmobilers. Using these routes you can circumnavigate the island. Ice routes, when available, provide connections to the mainland allowing snowmobilers to extend their trips.
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