Last winter, Ontario was all a-buzz with snow tours being promoted by the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs. Touted as a unique kind of rider experience, the snow tours integrated existing snowmobile trails into new branded rides that made it easier for those unfamiliar with an area to get around and have an enjoyable journey.

Our plan was to ride one of the province’s most reliable snow-belt regions. It’s located in Central Saskatchewan’s east side and stretches from Yorkton north to the Nipiwan area, where we stayed at the Northern Greens Resort. During this tour, we also stayed at Fisherman’s Cove Resort in Greenwater Provincial Park, and at the Treeline Motel in the Town of Hudson Bay.

There are many destinations across Canada for great weekend rides and to simplify your life, Snow Goer Canada has selected three in Ontario

The Bas-Saint-Laurent and western Gaspésie regions of Quebec certainly tickled my fancy last winter. We snowmobiled over 1,700 kilometres on terrific trails.

Must be my lucky place. We’d stopped at the lookout on top of Mont-Saint- Magloire (off Trail 549) in the park called Massif du Sud. Ready to saddle up, Marsha noticed coolant on the snow under her Ski-Doo Renegade. But it wasn’t a leak; the rad cap was missing! 

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