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A Real Northern Ontario Snowmobile Adventure Awaits

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A Real Northern Ontario Snowmobile Adventure Awaits

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Ride the infamous “3/4s of the Way There” by booking an All Inclusive Snowmobile Guided Trip. Leave the planning to others. Finally snowmobiling Algoma’s Northern Ontario made easy!

Dreaming of visiting Northern Ontario, where the snow is deep, the trails are wide and the scenery worthy of the Group of Seven? Look no more, don’t lift a finger, no need to plan, your wish just came true!

All you need to do is fly or drive to Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, where your snowmobiling adventure awaits. Free shuttle pick up from your hotel or airport. Your hosts will dress you to the conditions for the trip by providing snow-suits, helmets, snowmobiles, accommodations and meals. All is included in this quintessential package that will have you longing to come back again and again. This four-day snowmobiling experience that will have you riding Algoma’s trails, experiencing some of the most iconic destinations a snowmobiler can traverse in Northern Ontario.

You, and up to three of your closest friends, will each get to ride a Brand-New BRP 900 ACE Renegade Adrenaline snowmobile. Training and direction will be provided by an expert guide.

If you require snowmobile clothing, this package has you covered, the only thing you need to pack are your warmest boots. Each rider will be outfitted with Collett radio communicators making it easy for you to chat with your fellow riders, and listen to key directions provided by your guide along the way.

Each rider will be given a waterproof touring bag (approximate 80L in size) for their personal belongings. The bag is similar to a small duffle bag. Pack light because you can’t carry adventure!

The tour also provides a support sleigh for extra luggage/baggage/gas and safety gear, hence if you must carry that extra pillow which will not fit the 80L bag, your needs will be accommodated. All snowmobile and related insurance costs are covered.

For one, all inclusive price, you get 3 dinners, 2 lunches, 3 breakfasts, accommodations, gasoline, oil, BVS2 Modular Helmet, communication radios, a trail permitted 900 ACE snowmobile and a guide that knows a thing or two about safe destination riding. It’s never been this easy. . .ever!

(Photo credit: Algoma Country Tourism)

If you are a beginner, no worries, your guide will provide instructions and train you using the special training ignition keys. Before you know it, you will be hitting the trails traveling from Searchmont, Ontario to the iconic Halfway Haven Lodge. A unique riding paradise ONLY accessible by snowmobile.

Warm up by the lodge fireplace, enjoy delectable dishes prepared by the chef, relax and enjoy how a REAL winter snowmobiling experience was meant to be. The next day, you are off again on the perfectly groomed snowmobile trails! Picture this! It could be you!

(Photo credit: Magpie Relay Motel & Resort)

(Photo credit: Magpie Relay Motel & Resort)

Travel to you next destination, the picturesque community of Dubreuilville, Ontario, a French-Canadian “Little Quebec City”, nestled in the heart of the beauty of Algoma’s landscape and boreal forest. While you are there, meet the infamous “Groomer Guy” Luc Levesque in his hometown. You might want to get a selfie with Luc, or even take Groomer operation lessons right from the master himself. (packages available from the Magpie Relay)

(Photo credit: Magpie Relay Motel & Resort)

(Photo credit: Magpie Relay Motel & Resort)

While in Dubreuilville, you will stay at Magpie Relay Motel & Resort. What is the Magpie Relay you may ask? It’s one of the newest Power Sports geared accommodations in this region! Hot tub, sauna, ManCave with pool tables, shuffleboard, WiFi, flat screen TVs and all the amenities of the big city while your snowmobile sleeps in their heated garage. Take a look at their website www.magpierelay.ca 

(Photo credit: Magpie Relay Motel & Resort)

(Photo credit: Magpie Relay Motel & Resort)

(Photo credit: Magpie Relay Motel & Resort)

(Photo credit: Magpie Relay Motel & Resort)

The return trip will re-route you via different trail sections and bring you back for another iconic night at Halfway Haven Lodge, followed by a next morning trek back to your starting point at Searchmont Ski Resort. Your dream snowmobiling vacation will stay with you forever, we guarantee it!

How to Book This Package

Planning and booking is easy. Visit the Magpie Relay website and fill out the contact form in the package section of the website: magpierelay.ca/packages/700km-snowmobile-adventure. The guides will follow up with you in order to get sizing and rider experience specifics. Weekend trips run from Thursday afternoon to Sunday afternoon and Mid-Week trips run from Sunday afternoon to Wednesday afternoon. Riders MUST be 19 years of age, only one rider per snowmobile.

Isn’t it about time someone made snowmobile riding this easy!

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