Past the borders of Algoma Country lies Ontario's extreme north - all connected by towns like Chapleau, Wawa and Dubreuilville. The Chapleau snowmobile club is aptly named the Chapleau Arctic Watershed since the community lies on the edge where water begins to flow north to the Arctic Ocean. Well, they are also at a point where trails flow to Ontario's north. The trails that pass through these communities bring together touring opportunities that have made Northern Ontario famous. Connecting towns like Timmins, Kirkland Lake, Cochrane and Hearst as well as the fantastic trails in the Province of Quebec, Algoma's northern communities really are the hub of snowmobiling in the north.
Chapleau...is basically the hub for accessing North Western and North Eastern Ontario. Make no mistake about it, this is one town very seriously committed to catering to snowmobilers.
Snowmobile Touring Editor
What better way to experience this journey than a ride up the TOP D trail connecting Searchmont to Wawa where every rider will come across Halfway Haven - Ontario's most remote wilderness snowmobile destination and a true haven for all that pass through. The people in this neck of the woods know and love snowmobiling and the trails in the area will prove it.
Extending beyond Algoma Country, riders can experience tours of any length and duration. Connections include the Agawa Canyon Snow Train that drops off and collects passengers as far north as Hearst or the southern swing proudly known as the Circle Algoma Tour that keeps riders a little closer to home towards Elliot Lake, Wawa and Sault Ste. Marie. The work carried out by volunteer snowmobile clubs over the past few years has opened up every opportunity for touring Northern Ontario by snowmobile. Algoma is proud to be the staging area to this fantastic network.