Northern Trail Distances
Southern Trail Distances
Renting a sled is a great way to Go Snowmobiling this winter. If you’re thinking of getting into snowmobiling, or just want to enjoy yourself for the weekend, renting a snowmobile may just be the answer for you. Ontario has many quality rental operators available that offer everything you’ll need, including the gear, to Go Snowmobiling. Many of the operators have a fleet of snowmobiles, so whether you want to go with one buddy, or take the whole family, you have the option.
For a list of snowmobile rental companies, please visit the OFSC website under Get Started with a Rental.
Ontario also has companies who offer single or multi-day guided tours at all-inclusive prices. If you don't have your own sled, most have contacts to make arrangements for sleds or gear you may need. These tours are typically pre-planned as to destinations, distance and duration, so you can choose one that suits your availability, experience level, group size and budget.
For a list of companies that offer guided tours, please visit the OFSC website under Rent a Sled with a Guided Tour.
You can Go Snowmobiling within a short drive from the Greater Toronto Area (GTA)! One of the easiest and best ways for novices to discover snowmobiling is at one of the winter resorts that offer complete snowmobiling packages. These destinations are also a great way for former snowmobilers to ease back into it, or for those who may not have the available time to justify the full commitment.
For a list of Ontario Hotels and Resorts that offer snowmobiling packages, please visit the OFSC website under Hotel Packages.