We all remember throwing a leg over a snowmobile for the first time. I was fortunate enough to be introduced to snowmobiling at a very young age. Being too young to drive a car, I was limited to trails surrounding the area in which I grew up. My passion for snowmobiling developed with age, and I always listened intently to my father's stories about their snowmobiling adventures.
Ontario has over 30,000 km of maintained trails, which have been described as among the best snowmobiling networks in the world. So how would I ever be able to experience all that these trails have to offer? I'm glad you asked...
Snowmobiling is an expensive sport, and Mother Nature dictates the length of the season, so why limit yourself? Having access to a trailer not only extends the snowmobiling season, but also allows you to explore areas not always accessible from home.
When the early snowmobile season arrives, we load up the sleds and head north, as that’s usually where the first trails in Ontario open. This is also works as a late season destination—we've been known to ride into late April if the conditions allow. But without a trailer, these types of trips would be impossible. Taking our sleds to where the snow is maximizes our riding potential and allows us to put on additional miles throughout the season.