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Sledding in District 14 - Northeastern Ontario

Sledding in District 14 - Northeastern Ontario

Where there's always snow!



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Snowmobiling on Ontario Snowmobile Trails from Temiskaming Shores 

Day 1 Start your adventure in Temiskaming Shore (New Liskeard), Ontario Canada from the A trail North to Elk Lake, staying on the A trail North until you reach the A107C heading towards Gowganda, a great place to stop for a nice hot lunch.

Always remember to never pass a gas station in Northern Ontario without stopping for fuel, because you never know when the next available gas will be. Head West on A107C until the trail ends connecting to Top C and head North towards Shining Tree/Gogama. Continue up the C trail until you reach Gogama for an overnight stay at J & L Lakeview Retreat or Morin's All Season Resort.

Day 2
Back on the L151 towards Top C, head North towards Timmins. Once you arrive in Timmins, be sure to fuel up and grab a bite to eat. Choose from the many restaurants and gas stations located throughout the city. Get back on Top C north heading towards Cochrane for an great afternoon ride connecting C106A to Cochrane. Don't forget to turn right at the L103 intersection and head East. Once you reach the end of the trail turn right to head south on the A trail towards Iroquois Falls. Continue towards Val Gagne for an overnight stay or if desired at the Country Inn Bar & Grill.
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Day 3
When leaving Val Gagne head south on the A trail towards Ramore. Heading south on the A trail, be sure to stop in Sesekinika for lunch and a fuel up in Kenogami. Ride the A trail South until you reach the L162 intersection taking you through Charlton, continue on until you reach the intersection of A108 and follow that trail South to Earlton. Head towards Thornlo taking the L189 South connecting to the L188 returning on the A trail where you will continue South back to New Liskeard.


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Contributing partners for this Ontario snowmobiling site about great Ontario snowmobile trails and snowmobile conditions include: Intrepid Snowmobiler, Murphy Insurance, Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs,Ontario Tourism, Snow Goer Media, Supertrax Media.

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