Guided snowmobiling tours
If you’ve travelled through Northern Ontario during winter, you’ve likely seen signage, trails and facilities for snowmobiles, motorized vehicles on sleds designed to travel on snow and ice. This utilitarian mode of winter transportation is also a flourishing sport that attracts thrill-seekers of all ages and walks of life.
Somewhere between the power of the engine, the spectacular winter scenery and the crisp, clean air, snowmobiling delivers an invigorating adrenaline rush and an indescribable feeling of freedom.
Are you game?
Here are well-established and professional companies and resorts who will hook you up with expert guides, beginner instructions and the necessary equipment and gear.
All you need to bring is your sense of adventure (and warm, weatherproof clothing).
Sled Tours at Mountainview Lodge, Searchmont, Algoma Country
Welcome to snowmobiling paradise. Northeast of Sault Ste. Marie and the Michigan border, Mountainview is nestled in the Goulais River Valley, surrounded by the mountainous terrain of the vast Canadian Shield. Enjoy guided snowmobile tours. Sledding doesn’t get better than this.
Highland Wilderness Tours, Maynooth, Hasting Highlands
Ride the wilderness of Madawaska Highlands just south of Algonquin Park on beautifully groomed OFSC trails. Various guided tours cater to everyone, from beginners to die hard slednecks, making this company your go-to for the first, second or umptieth ride.
Guided Tours at Deerhurst Resort, Huntsville, Muskoka
One of Ontario’s favourite resorts caters to everyone in the family with safe, kid-friendly snowmobile action. In partnership with Yamaha Riding Adventures, choose from a variety of guided tours, including children’s mini-sled rides.
Call Of The Wild, Haliburton, Haliburton Highlands
This tour is for sledders with some experience under the belt, but we included it because it’s fully guided, outfitted and seriously awesome. The award-winning three-day trip from Haliburton to Bancroft, Barry’s Bay and through Algonquin Park will lead you to some of the most incredible wilderness trails in the world.
Last updated: January 22, 2024