Snowmobiling

Rev your engines for a backcountry adventure!

Snowmobiling has been a popular sport in Greater Sudbury for more than 30 years and the expansion of the organized trail system is a result of the hard work and dedication by the Sudbury Trail Plan with more than 1,000 km of trails to offer. Experience outstanding scenic vistas , fresh snowfalls and well-groomed trails by checking out one (or all three) of these Loop tours.

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Chiniguchi Wolf Loop (223 km)

Why you’ll love it
This exciting loop travels through the Wolf Lake Forest Reserve, one of Ontario’s largest old growth forests, showcasing colossal red pines that are well over 200 years old.

Don’t Miss
Check out the scenic lookout from the top of Wolf Mountain, which offers fantastic views of majestic lakes and Ishpatina Ridge, the highest point in Ontario at 693 m.

Stop for a Bite
Enjoy a hearty meal at Rocky’s on the shores of Lake Wanapitei.

Cartier Moose Loop (253 km)

Why you’ll love it
Travel through the rugged and round rocks of the Laurentian Highlands and Boreal Forest, on a loop that is rich in history and wildlife sightings.

Don’t Miss
Along the loop lies the abandoned sawmill town of Sellwood, which rose to a population of over 1,500 before becoming a ghost town in 1930 and closing for good in 1978.

Stop for a Bite
When hunger hits, stop in at the Windy Lake Motel Restaurant to satisfy your hunger and top up your fuel.

Rainbow Elk Loop (225 km)

Why you’ll love it
The loop covers some of the most diverse riding in the area including old rail lines, winding bush trails, old logging roads, fields and lakes.

Don’t Miss
Get up close to incredible scenic vistas in Killarney Park with its abundance of wildlife along the La Cloche Mountain range. The ancient quartzite mountains are located on the Northern shore of Lake Huron, Northern Ontario.

Stop for a Bite
Take a break from the cold and warm up with hot eats at the Killarney Bay Inn.