5 Snowmobiling Communities to get your Heart Pumping

Get ready to start your engines; snowmobiling trails will soon be opening! Eastern Manitoba has some of the best trails waiting for you. From the magnificent Whiteshell, the incredible Southeastern sections, to the northern areas of Eastman, you can find your next thrilling ride here!

While shelters are closed due to Public Health Order, that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the trails and the communities surrounding them. Visit these five communities to get your snowmobiling heart pumping!

*Disclaimer*

  • Stay home if you have been travelling or do not feel well. Here is an excellent resource if you are quarantined. This will help you find people in Manitoba who are willing and able to help you while quarantined. Help Next Door Manitoba
  • Go out with people within your household, but practice social distancing (2 metres away) with other groups.
  • Please call ahead before visiting a business and inquire about their regulations to enter the building, such as capacity, sanitation, etc. Also, consider using curbside pickup where possible.
  • Please practice Leave No Trace. Clean up after yourself and leave nothing behind, such as trash and waste.

 

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Beaches of 59

Just because it’s not summer doesn’t mean you don’t deserve a beach day! The Beaches of 59 are fantastic places to discover some great adventures – including snowmobiling. Beaches of 59 can be a snowmobiler’s paradise! From hundreds of kilometres of groomed trails, restaurants, places to fuel, and amazing scenery to experience, you can enjoy a day of thrilling adventures.

Criss-cross through the backcountry, feel the tranquillity of forest trails or enjoy an open ice ride; however, you to experience your ride, you can here!

There are two snowmobiling clubs in Beaches of 59. Victoria Beach Snow Drifters and Grand Beach’s North Star Hill Climbers Snowmobile Club. Visit their websites for trail conditions and maps of trails.

Buffalo Point

Buffalo Point is just the place for any outdoor activity! With impeccable groomed and heavily treed trails, you can have the ride of your life winding through their gorgeous forests. Or experience the open “road” – or lake in this case – by doing some lake riding.

The South East Sno-Riders maintains and grooms these trails. Visit their website for information on trail maps and trail conditions.

 

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Falcon Lake

Falcon Lake is well known as the best skiing location in Eastern Manitoba. But they also offer endless opportunities for incredible adventures! Snowmobiling in Falcon Lake won’t disappoint! Situated in some of nature’s finest landscapes, you can experience the thrill of a lifetime here. From jack pine forests to rugged snow-capped granite ridges, whatever the challenge you’re craving, you can find it here.

Home to the Whiteshell Snowmobile Club, you can discover some of the best-groomed trail systems! Visit Whiteshell Snowmobile Club’s website for trail maps and trail conditions.

 

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Sunrise Corner

With hundreds of kilometres of designated groomed snowmobile trails, you can discover a world of excitement in Sunrise Corner! Incorporating the communities of the RM of Piney and the RM of Stuartburn, you can travel through their many breathtaking trails full of adventures and excitement!

Their local snowmobile association is the South East Sno-Riders Club. Their trails span out to South Junction, Woodridge, Cam-Am, Moose Lake, La Broquerie, Steinbach, and Sandilands Provincial Forest. Visit their website for updates on trail conditions and trail maps.

 

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RM of Whitemouth

When you visit the communities of the RM of Whitemouth (Seven Sisters Falls, River Hills, Whitemouth and Elma), you can discover a winter wonderland perfect for your snowmobiling adventure! Ride through pristine forest landscapes and rustic fields and enjoy the countryside of these beautiful communities.

The Eastman SnoPALS club maintains the trails in the area, along with trails in Lac du Bonnet, Pinawa, and Agassiz (Seddon’s Corner). In total, SnoPALS maintains approximately 300 km of trails. Visit their website for trail maps and trail conditions.

 

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