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Southern Ontario Snowmobiling: Erin

Southern Ontario Snowmobiling: Erin



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Here are two fabulous Ontario snowmobling day trips that can be done in OFSC District 4. When there is enough snow, this is a great place to ride with locals and meet new friends at cafes where you will find some of the best tasting food around. Wild life can also be spotted when you are out in farmers fields, so keep those eyes peeled and cameras ready when you come here with friends or family!

Erin to Primrose and Return

Drive to the town of Erin, there is a car and trailer park on the east side of County Road 24 in the town at the end of B202. Unload here and head out on B202 to intersection 105.

Turn right at 105 and stay on this trail to B109 at intersection 201. There is gas and food available here. Follow B109 east, turn right, to intersection 202 and turn left. Take this rail line trail all the way up to just north of Dundalk; as you head north-west from Shelbourne watch for the windmills, they are quite the sight. After Dundalk turn right; take this trail to intersection 304 and then follow the North Loop Trail  to the Granny Trail at 306. Turn right on the Granny Trail and head to Primrose where you will find fuel, food and accommodation at the Highland Motel.

The following morning head back up the Granny Trail to the Lavender Trail at intersection 306 where you will turn right and take this trail to B109. Turn right at intersection 407 and stay on B109 all the way down to intersection 201 west of Orangeville. Turn left at 201 and take this trail  to intersection 109 where you will turn left again; stay on this trail to B202 at intersection 102, turn left and you are back to your starting point.

 

District 4 Snowmobile Tour
Route Two

Mansfield to Erin and Return Orchard_Beach_1

 

Drive north on Airport Road from Highway 89 through Mansfield to just past Sideroad 15; there is a car and trailer park on the right (east) side. Drop off here and head west to B109 at intersection 404. Turn right on B109 and head to intersection 404 where you should turn left and take the Lavender and Granny Trails down to intersection 308 just outside Shebourne. Turn right on the Primrose trail and go to intersection 301.

Turn left here and follow the rail line trail to B109 at intersection 202, turn right and head to intersection 201. At this point you can find fuel and food. After this take the Hillsburgh trails (purple on the guide) south from intersection 201 and follow this trail to B202 at intersection 105. Turn left here and take B202 to intersection 104; turn right here and head to the Erin Country Inn (519 833 1000) just past intersection 100. Here you can find accommodation and food; fuel is available just down the trail at Brisbane.

The next day head north from the inn and turn right at intersection 100, then turn left at 101 and then right at 102. Follow this trail to intersection 109 where you should turn right again. At intersection 201 turn right on to B109, fuel up if necessary. Follow B109 up past Orangeville to intersection 401 and turn right on to the Alliston trails (yellow on your guide). Stay on this trail to intersection 402 and turn left. This trail takes you through the Dufferin Forest and back to your starting point at the green “P” by intersection 403.

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Contributing partners for this Ontario snowmobiling site include: Intrepid SnowmobilerMurphy InsuranceOntario Federation of Snowmobile ClubsOntario TourismSnow Goer MediaSupertrax Media.

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