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Southwestern Ontario: St. Marys

Southwestern Ontario: St. Marys



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Snowmobiling Ontario snowmobile trails near St. Mary's

Day 1: Begin your trip in the historical town of St. Marys, Ontario Canada at the Stonewillow Inn where you can easily leave your snowmobile trailer overnight.  Gas is available on the other side of town if you have not already filled your gas tank. You will jump on the trail and head south east from intersection 223. If you do need gas please follow the signs at intersection 224. 

From 224 head south and follow along to 225 and keep following south until intersection 232. Turn east until you come to intersection 236 where you will again turn south, follow until you reach 238, turn south until intersection 237. 

Keep east/southeast until intersection 242 where you will again follow the east/southeast trail to 243 and then 247 until intersection 244. Here you will head south to 245 and 246, then head west to intersection 250. Head north into Norwich for a lunch and gas break. 

After your lunch break, head back the way you came and at intersection 250, head east to travel a nice loop down to intersection 264. There is gas available in the town of Lasslette. Head southwest from this intersection and follow the trail into Tillsonburg where you will stay overnight at the Tillsonburg Super 8.

Day 2:  Leaving Tillsonburg heading to intersection 252 where you will turn to the northeast to intersection 246. Go north to 245 and again go northeast.  Follow this trail continuing to go northeast 285, 282 and at 281 turn northwest to intersection 291. 

At intersection 291 turn southwest to intersection 289 at which point you will find a spot to stop to eat and gas up. From this point head back out continuing southwest to intersection 297 where you will again begin traveling northeast.

At intersection 322 keep heading northwest until intersection 343 where you will begin heading southwest. Keep following this trail past intersections 344, 341 and 227 and at intersection 214, head southwest to back to the Stonewillow Inn and the end of your adventure.

Please keep in mind that along the way there are many warm up shacks or club houses that are open for your pleasure, just please leave them as you found them so we all can enjoy!

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