Thousands of kilometres of designated, groomed snowmobile trails crisscrossing the region. Ride across the wide open of a frozen lake or enjoy the secluded feel of a forested trail. Sled from town to town or explore the woods from your lodge or cabin on a series of day trips. Whiteshell Provincial Park has close to 300 km of snowmobile trails in magnificent Canadian Shield country, a combination of rock cliffs and boreal forest. Warm up in one of eight shelters along the route. Continue east into Ontario on the Trans- Canada Snowmobile Trail or south to Minnesota on the Can-Am International Trail. Plan your sledding trip in the first week of March to coincide with the annual Canadian Power Toboggan Races in Beausejour for ‘the greatest show on snow‘!.
Discover why the Lac du Bonnet area received a gold medal from SnoRiders West Magazine. Re-group in towns along the way – Seven Sisters, Pinawa, Lac du Bonnet or Pine Falls – before heading further north to Grand Beach Provincial Park. Don`t forget your SnoPass!
Snowmobile Clubs & Passes
Snoman (Snowmobilers of Manitoba) Incorporated is dedicated to providing strong leadership and support to its member clubs to develop and maintain safe and environmentally responsible snowmobile trails to further the enjoyment of organized snowmobiling throughout Manitoba. Provincial maps are available on line at www.snoman.mb.ca.
You must have a valid Snopass to ride on designated trails maintained by Snoman Inc. and its member clubs. You can buy annual or seven-day passes at any insurance office where Autopac is sold.