Hundreds of kilometres of groomed and well maintained snowmobile trails, part of the Snoman network throughout all of Manitoba, provide you with the framework for hours of potential snow-mobiling adventures unlike any other.
Sled through Pisew Falls Provincial Park on a 25 kilometre trail ride or tour to Thompson just 17 kilometres north of the park boundary.
Let 50 kilometres of groomed two-way trails take you around Clearwater Lake Provincial Park to The Pas and back.
For a longer trip, connect with the 144 kilometre Sno-Pass trail to Flin Flon.
Warm-up shelters can be found along the way. Note that Sno-Pass licenses are required on most trails and are available through Manitoba Public Insurance agents.
Border Explorers Snowmobile Club (Flin Flon)
The club maintains trails in the Flin Flon and Creighton (Saskatchewan) area.
Gillam Snowmobile Club (Gillam)
The club maintains trails in the Gillam area.
Guided Snowmobile Tours (Thompson)
Local rider in the Thompson area providing guided snowmobile trips on a volunteer basis. For more information call George at 204-778-5277 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kelsey Trail Sno Riders (The Pas)
The club maintains trails in The Pas, Clearwater Provincial Park and Wanless area.
Sasagui Rapids Lodge Rentals (Thompson)
Sasagiu Rapids Lodge offers a fleet of six rental Ski-doos (Expeditions, Tundras and now offering wide-track Skandiks). All long track deep powder sleds. Prices start at $75 per day for long term with most of the fleet having 2up seats so the whole family can go touring right from the groomed trail that comes out in the driveway of the Lodge. Guided trip packages available.
Snow Lake Sno-Drifters (Snow Lake)
The club maintains trails in the Snow Lake area. The Sno-Drifters will hold annual Radar Run (typically March or April).
Thompson Trailbreakers Inc. (Thompson)
The club holds snowmobiling events and maintains trails in the Thompson and Paint Lake area. Membership meetings held every 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month at the ANAF Building (80 Nelson Road), everyone is welcome!
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