Algoma Sno-Plan Affiliation


Follow the fur traders through old growth forests and the rugged Canadian Shield. Run with the deer in their traditional feeding grounds. Smell the Maple Syrup in some of Canada's most productive maple forests. Revel in the Mining and Logging heritage with views of mine shafts, quarries and historical logging facilities still used today. 

Something for everyone. From seasoned riders to first timers, long-range sledders to stay and play enjoyers, Algoma has something for everyone.

Algoma loves snowmobilers And we can't wait to show you. With urban centres and laid back small towns, Algoma's peaceful trails always lead to unparalleled comfort, safety and hospitality.


Clubs are currently working hard to prepare our trails.

 Halfway Haven business located on the Top D Trail will not be in operation for the 2022-2023 winter season, however, the clubs will continue with maintaining the trails for this coming season. The significance of this is that there will be no fuel availability on the OFSC prescribed Top D Trail between Goulais River (south of Searchmont) and Wawa/Chapleau. We encourage snowmobile riders to plan accordingly and always refer to the OFSC interactive guide (ITG) for the trail statuses.

Please refer to the OFSC Interactive Trail Guide for trail availability.





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