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.
ASPA Sept 30, 2015
IN THE GOOD NEWS DEPARTMENT
Half Way Haven Re-Opens:
Yes, that important
fuel, food and lodgings stop known as
Half Way Haven is now open for business, so
snowmobiling returns to TOP Trail D between
Searchmont to Wawa this winter. The Sault
Trailblazers Snowmobile Club completed
most of the needed brushing on their end of
the trail this past summer and the Wawa club
is handling their section this fall. There is also
some possibility that a new trail (colloquially
known the Jeep Lake Road) may also be
available from Chapleau to Half Way Haven this
Check out www.halfwayhaven.com.
NO GAS NOTICE
THERE WILL BE NO GAS AVAILABLE AT SEARCHONT, HEYDEN OR AT LAKEVIEW GAS BAR IN THE TOWN OF THESSALON AND ONLY AVAILABLE IN 1 LOCATION ON ST. JOESPH ISLAND AT KENTVALE FOR THE SEASON DUE TO COMPLIANCE ISSUES. It is recommended that you carry gas if in doubt - this may not be the only place you find yourself in this situation.
TEMPORARY TRAIL CLOSURES
Please Note! F trail from D201F north to Missanabie will NOT BE OPEN this year.
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