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The Rides of March

Rides of March, Northeastern Ontario

Don't Put Your Sled Away - This Season is Just Getting Started

With record snowfall, an early deep freeze, and towns that know how to make the most of winter, the best riding of the season is March!



 

(All photos by Virgil Knapp)

Have you ever had such a good time doing something, that you never want it to end? That's what snowmobiling in Northeastern Ontario is all about—a great time that just keeps going and going.

After another massive snow storm at the end of February dumped some white gold all over the trails in the North, and a polar vortex at the start of winter froze everything deep and solid, Northeastern Ontario is poised for the best March sledding in the province.

(Screenshot above is not of current conditions - please always check the OFSC Interactive Trail Guide before heading out)

So if you've lamented the end of winter, and thought about fogging your engine and getting out your sled cover? THINK AGAIN. The Rides of March are upon us, and they reward those who make the four- or five-hour drive to the borders of this vast sledding playground.

Looking for a place to start? Try these towns:

Or try these Snow Tours:

LIVE SNOW CONDITiONS

Check out these live webcams to see live snow conditions across the region.

Temiskaming Shores Current Snow Conditions

(Live on Lake Temiskaming)

Cochrane Current Snow Conditions

 

(Live at the Polar Bear Habitat)

Northeastern Ontario has hundreds of miles of connected trails, often billing itself as the #1 snowmobile destination in the world. There's almost always snow throughout the season. 

Special thanks to all the volunteers of the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs that create the world's best snowmobiling!

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