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Getting there is half the FUN


Ahh, the plaintive cry: "Are we there, yet? " But around here inspiring places can be reached by interesting means; stunning vistas are complemented by the thrill of journeying there in exciting ways - the means and ways can only be done by snowmobiling.

Each Signature Loop in the Upper Canada Snowmobile Region, (located in Eastern Ontario), offers snowmobilers the opportunity to capture a favorite piece of our diverse region while visiting this beautiful part of Ontario. The Big East, one of three possible Signature Loops, is 900 km (570 miles) designed for those who wish to spend a few days immersed in a world where snowmobiles rule. It doesn't matter where you start. One possible starting point with snowmobiler friendly accommodations is the village of Calabogie, which offers many possibilities for accommodations along with service stations, grocery stores and restaurants. Choices are motels with efficiency units like Jocko's Beach Resort 1-613-752-2107, Calabogie Highlands Resort 1-877-224-4653 and a B & B The Fans of Calabogie 1-613-752-1595, all within a short distance to local restaurants. Hot wings and a friendly atmosphere await you at Shooters Bar and Grill located just off TOP E105A and highway #508.

Calabogie is the jewel of Eastern Ontario with trails through enchanting landscapes of snow-covered forest and rolling hills and we recommend spending an extra day exploring the scenery and groomed trails the area has to offer. Day two will take you south on TOP E towards Sharbot Lake which offers fuel and where food can be found. You will continue your ride on this abandoned rail bed trail travelling east to Perth that has the amenities that you may need along with a Ski-Doo dealer for service. With a rail line trail from Calabogie to Perth, your pace has picked up, but take the time for scenic photo stops and breathe the fresh air that the County of Lanark and Renfrew has to offer. You are in the home of some of the greatest snowmobile trails in Ontario! Stay on TOP E and travel towards Smiths' Falls, another town with fuel, food and accommodations. From there continue on TOP E towards Napanee for accommodations at the Thriftlodge 613-354-3334 or the Masterson's Motel 613-354-9392.

Next morning retrace your route back on TOP E towards Smiths' Falls for only 80km (50 miles) and then turn east onto TOP E105.Fuel and food is available in the town of Athens, just watch for signage as you approach the arena/community centre. Your travel east on TOP E105 will introduce you to many meandering forest trails and some great pipeline corridors as you sled to Morrisburg.

Snowmobiler friendly accommodations in the village can be found in Morrisburg at the McIntosh Country Inn 1-888-229-2850 just south of highway 401 located on TOP E105. The community of Morrisburg also offers restaurants, service stations, automotive garages, a pharmacy and a Ski -Doo dealer all located right on Top E105.

Next morning travels will take you through woodlots and open fields as you travel east on TOP E105 and TOP A104 towards the town of Alexandria. Alexandria can be your first stop for trailside amenities of food, fuel and sled dealers for Polaris and Ski-Doo located all on TOP A trail. As you head northeast on Top A from Alexandria, you turn onto an abandoned rail bed trail which will lead you to the town of Plantagenet and an over night stay at the Motel de Champlain 613 673 5220 http://www.motelchamplain.com with a restaurant attached to the motel and fuel just next door, makes this a snowmobilers haven located just off TOP A.. This day ride will give you the chance to see many of Ontario's wildlife in the winter months, so please drive with care and have your camera ready.

Your next day's travel will send you west on TOP A to the town of Metcalfe for fuel or service at the Arctic Cat dealer, all located on the trail with signage in place to find your needs. 20 minutes west, The Red Dot Café in Osgoode is a trailside stop for a great meal. Stop if you need to. Continue west on TOP A towards the village of Carleton Place for another fuel and food location before heading to the town of Arnprior. Through-out your sledding experience of the day, you will come across a variety of forested trails and open farm land with some unopened road allowances and rail bed trails, all smoothly groomed, signed and safe. You can have a quick break at the local Tim Hortons or the Antrim Truck Stop, both are located where you can ride right up to the door. You can also get your sled serviced at the trailside Yamaha dealer since you are only 40 km from your final night stay. Once you leave and continue west on TOP A it is a short ride to Renfrew where you will now turn south on TOP E105A towards Calabogie for accommodations. All 40 km of groomed trail from Arnprior to Calabogie are on an abandoned rail bed

One constant is for certain, let's be sure, no matter where your ride begins, our trail system connects many thrills, incredible scenery and a ride to a taste of Eastern Ontario sledding adventures. So don't fret, there's plenty to go around. And yes you can now say "We are there" after five or six days, the Signature Loops are designed to be your most unforgettable vacation in Ontario, Yours to Discover. For more info about the Upper Canada Snowmobile Region go to www.ucsr.ca or call 1-613-543-0374.

WARNING: This tour is highly addictive!

Come sled Eastern Ontario!

When you first arrive, there's that unmistakable feeling that you could never do it all. Not in just one lifetime. However, within that realization is the appreciation that this will be the experience of a lifetime.

Each Signature Loop in the Upper Canada Snowmobile Region, (located in Eastern Ontario), offers snowmobilers the opportunity to capture a favorite piece of our diverse region while visiting this beautiful part of Ontario. The Big East, one of three possible Signature Loops, is 900 km (570 miles) designed for those who wish to spend a few days immersed in a world where snowmobiles rule. It doesn't matter where you start. One possible starting point with snowmobiler friendly accommodations can be found in Morrisburg at the McIntosh Country Inn 1-888-229-2850 just south of highway 401 located on TOP E105. The community of Morrisburg also offers restaurants, service stations, automotive garages, a pharmacy and a Ski -Doo dealer all located right on Top E105.

This five-day loop will take you through woodlots and open fields as you travel east on TOP E105 and TOP A104 towards the town of Alexandria. Alexandria can be your first stop for trailside amenities of food, fuel and sled dealers for Polaris and Ski-Doo located all on TOP A trail. As you head northeast on Top A from Alexandria, you will turn onto an abandoned rail bed trail which will lead you west to the town of Plantagenet and an over night stay at the Motel de Champlain 613 673 5220 http://www.motelchamplain.com with a restaurant attached to the motel and fuel just next door, makes this a snowmobilers haven located just off TOP A. This first day ride will give you the chance to see many of Ontario's wildlife in the winter months, so please drive with care and have your camera ready.

Your next day's travel will send you west on TOP A to the town of Metcalfe for fuel or service at the Arctic Cat dealer, all located on the trail with signage in place to find your needs. 20 minutes west, The Red Dot Café in Osgoode is a trailside stop for a great meal. Stop if you need to. Continue west on TOP A towards the village of Carleton Place for another fuel and food location before heading to the town of Arnprior. Through-out your sledding experience of the day, you will come across a variety of forested trails and open farm land with some unopened road allowances and rail bed trails, all smoothly groomed, signed and safe. You can have a quick break at the local Tim Hortons or the Prior Restaurant, both located where you can ride right up to the door. You can also get your sled serviced at the trailside Yamaha dealer since you are only 40 km from your third night stay. Once you leave and continue west on TOP A it is a short ride to Renfrew where you will now turn south on TOP E105A towards Calabogie for accommodations. All 40 km of groomed trail from Arnprior to Calabogie are on an abandoned rail bed. The village of Calabogie offers many possibilities for accommodations along with service stations, grocery stores and restaurants. Choices are motels with efficiency units like Jocko's Beach Resort 1-613-752-2107, Calabogie Highlands Resort 1-877-224-4653 and a B & B The Fans of Calabogie 1-613-752-1595, all within a short distance to local restaurants. Hot wings and a friendly atmosphere await you at Shooters Bar and Grill located just off TOP E105A and highway #508.

Calabogie is the jewel of Eastern Ontario for trails through enchanting landscapes of snow-covered forest and rolling hills and we recommend spending an extra day exploring the scenery and groomed trails the area has to offer. Day five will take you south on TOP E towards Sharbot Lake which offers fuel and food. You will continue your ride on this abandoned rail bed trail travelling east to Perth that has the amenities that you may need along with a Ski-Doo dealer for service. With a rail line trail from Calabogie to Perth, your pace has picked up, but take the time for scenic photo stops and breathe the fresh air that the County of Lanark and Renfrew has to offer. You are in the home of some of the greatest snowmobile trails in Ontario! Stay on TOP E and travel towards Smiths' Falls, another town with fuel, food and accommodations. From there continue on TOP E towards Napanee for accommodations at the Thriftlodge 613-354-3334 or the Masterson's Motel 613-354-9392.

Next morning retrace your route back on TOP E towards Smiths' Falls for only 80km (50 miles) and then turn east onto TOP E105.Fuel and food is available in the town of Athens, just watch for signage as you approach the arena/community centre. Your travel east on TOP E105 will introduce you to many meandering forest trails and some great pipeline corridors as you sled back to Morrisburg for your final night.

One constant is for certain, let's be sure, no matter where your ride begins, our trail system connects many lifetimes of sledding adventures. So don't fret, there's no rush, the perfect snow, spectacular scenery and friendly people will wait, there's plenty to go around. Five or six days, the Signature Loops are designed to be your most unforgettable vacation in Ontario, Yours to Discover. For more info about the Upper Canada Snowmobile Region go to www.ucsr.ca or call 1-613-543-0374.

Take action and do something new?


There are new things that you can do everyday - but you always wait until "next time"- well - maybe today is the best time for you to "just go for it". Come and ride Eastern Ontario. Each Signature Loop in the Upper Canada Snowmobile Region, located in Eastern Ontario, offers snowmobilers the opportunity to capture a favorite piece of our diverse region while visiting this pretty part of Ontario. Our Trillium Trail, one of three possible Signature Loops, is 650 km (404 mile) designed for those who wish to spend a few days immersed in a world where snowmobiles rule. Your starting point for snowmobiler friendly accommodations can be found in Morrisburg at the McIntosh Country Inn www.mcintoshcountryinn.com 1-888-229-2850 just south of highway 401 located on TOP E105. The community of Morrisburg also offers restaurants, service stations, automotive garages, a pharmacy and a Ski -Doo dealer all located right on Top E105. This five day loop will take you through woodlots and open fields as you travel east on TOP E105 and A104 towards the town of Alexandria. Make sure to bring your sun glasses as you ride east into a sunny day of full enjoyment. The town of Alexandria can be your first stop for trail side amenities of food, fuel and sled dealers for Polaris and Ski-Doo located all on TOP A trail. As you head northeast on Top A from Alexandria, you will turn onto an abandoned rail bed trail which will lead you west to the town of Plantagenet and an over night stay at the Motel de Champlain 613 673 5220 http://www.motelchamplain.com with a restaurant attached to the motel and fuel just next door, makes this a snowmobilers haven located just off TOP A. This first day ride will give you the chance to see many of Ontario's wildlife in the winter months from White Tail Deer to Moose along with our local Coyotes and Foxes, so please drive with care and have your camera ready.

Your next days travel will send you west on TOP A to the town of Metcalfe for fuel, food or service at the Arctic Cat dealer, all located on the trail with signage in place to find your needs. Stop if you need to. Continue west on TOP A towards the village of Carleton Place for another fuel and food location before heading to the town of Arnprior. Though-out you're sledding experience of the day, you will come across a variety of forested trails and open farm land with some un-opened road allowances and rail bed trails all smoothly groomed, signed and safe. You can have a quick break at the Local Tim Hortons or the Prior Restaurant, both located where your can ride right up to the door or you can get your sled serviced at the trail side Yamaha dealer since you are only 40 km from your third night stay. Once you leave and continue west on TOP A it is a short ride to Renfrew where you will now turn south on TOP E105A towards Calabogie for accommodations. All 40 km of groomed trail from Arnprior to Calabogie are on abandoned rail bed. The village of Calabogie offers many possibilities for accommodations along with service stations, grocery stores and restaurants. Choices are motels with efficiency units like Jocko's Beach Resort 1-613-752-2107, Calabogie Highlands Resort 1-877-224-4653 and a B & B The Fans of Calabogie 1-613-752-1595, all within a short distance to local restaurants.

Calabogie is the jewel of Eastern Ontario for trails through enchanting landscapes of snow covered forest and rolling hills and we recommend spending an extra day exploring the scenery and groomed trails the area has to offer. Day five will take you south on TOP E towards Sharbot Lake which offers fuel and food. You will continue your ride on this abandoned rail bed trail travelling east to Perth that has the amenities that you may need along with a Ski-Doo dealer for service. With a rail line trail from Calabogie to Perth, your pace has picked up, but take the time for scenic photo stops and breathe the fresh air that the County of Lanark and Renfrew has to offer and is home to some of the greatest snowmobile trails in Ontario.

Stay on TOP E and travel towards Smiths Falls, another town with fuel, food and accommodations and from there you can go cross country a short distance on club trails which are groomed and signed for tourist riders to connect with TOP trail A104 which will bring you back to Morrisburg for your final night.

Five or six days, the Signature Loops are designed to be your most unforgettable vacation in Ontario, Yours to Discover. For more info about the Upper Canada Snowmobile Region go to www.ucsr.ca or call 1-613-543-0374.

Society of Snowmobilers


Most sledders in Eastern Ontario communities live an active lifestyle. With stunning landscapes and endless possibilities for sledding right front their own garage, it's only natural to come sled Eastern Ontario Society of Snowmobilers!

Each Signature Loop in the Upper Canada Snowmobile Region, (located in Eastern Ontario), offers snowmobilers the opportunity to capture a favorite piece of our diverse region while visiting this beautiful part of Ontario. A possible five day adventure can be custom design with one of three possible Signature Loops, combined with the 1 and 2 day Loop du Jour of over 900 km (570 miles) designed for those who wish to spend a few days immersed in a world where snowmobiles rule. It doesn't matter where you start. One possible starting point with snowmobiler friendly accommodations can be found in Morrisburg at the McIntosh Country Inn 1-888-229-2850 just south of highway 401 located on TOP E105. The community of Morrisburg also offers restaurants, service stations, automotive garages, a pharmacy and a Ski -Doo dealer all located right on Top E105.

This five-day loop will take you through woodlots and open fields as you travel east on TOP E105 and TOP A104 towards the town of Alexandria. Alexandria can be your first stop for trailside amenities of food, fuel and sled dealers for Polaris and Ski-Doo located all on TOP A trail. As you head northeast on Top A from Alexandria, you will turn onto an abandoned rail bed trail which will lead you west to the town of Plantagenet and an over night stay at the Motel de Champlain 613 673 5220 http://www.motelchamplain.com with a restaurant attached to the motel and fuel just next door, makes this a snowmobilers haven located just off TOP A. This first day ride will give you the chance to see many of Ontario's wildlife in the winter months, so please drive with care and have your camera ready.

Your next day's travel will send you west on TOP A to the town of Metcalfe for fuel or service at the Arctic Cat dealer, all located on the trail with signage in place to find your needs. 20 minutes west, The Red Dot Café in Osgoode is a trailside stop for a great meal. Stop if you need to. Continue west on TOP A towards the village of Carleton Place for another fuel and food location before heading to the town of Arnprior. Through-out your sledding experience of the day, you will come across a variety of forested trails and open farm land with some unopened road allowances and rail bed trails, all smoothly groomed, signed and safe. You can have a quick break at the local Tim Hortons or the Prior Restaurant, both located where you can ride right up to the door. You can also get your sled serviced at the trailside Yamaha dealer since you are only 40 km from your third night stay. Once you leave and continue west on TOP A it is a short ride to Renfrew where you will now turn south on TOP E105A towards Calabogie for accommodations. All 40 km of groomed trail from Arnprior to Calabogie are on an abandoned rail bed. The resort town of Calabogie offers many possibilities for accommodations along with service stations, grocery stores and restaurants. Choices are motels with efficiency units like Jocko's Beach Resort 1-613-752-2107, Calabogie Highlands Resort 1-877-224-4653 and a B & B The Fans of Calabogie 1-613-752-1595, all within a short distance to local restaurants. Hot wings and a friendly atmosphere await you at Shooters Bar and Grill located just off TOP E105A and highway #508.

Calabogie is the jewel of Eastern Ontario for trails through enchanting landscapes of snow-covered forest and rolling hills and we recommend spending an extra day exploring the scenery and groomed trails the area has to offer. By using the local club trails you can do many possible loop rides to communities like Plevna, where fuel and food in located right on the trail. Another loop is using the well groomed and signed trails to the towns of Lanark, Hopetown and then a must stop at Wheelers Pancake House located on club trail 7A for the best maple sugar in all of Ontario. After spending a few days exploring the great trails in the jewel of Eastern Ontario you will sled south on TOP E towards Sharbot Lake which offers fuel and food. You will continue your ride on this abandoned rail bed trail travelling east to Perth that has the amenities that you may need along with a Ski-Doo dealer for service. With a rail line trail from Calabogie to Perth, your pace has picked up, but take the time for scenic photo stops and breathe the fresh air that the County of Lanark and Renfrew has to offer. You are in the home of some of the greatest snowmobile trails in Ontario! Stay on TOP E and travel towards Smiths' Falls, another town with fuel, food and accommodations. From there continue on TOP E towards Napanee for accommodations at the Thriftlodge 613-354-3334 or the Masterson's Motel 613-354-9392.

Next morning retrace your route back on TOP E towards Smiths' Falls for only 80km (50 miles) and then turn east onto TOP E105.Fuel and food is available in the town of Athens, just watch for signage as you approach the arena/community centre. Your travel east on TOP E105 will introduce you to many meandering forest trails and some great pipeline corridors as you sled back to Morrisburg for your final night. One constant is for certain, let's be sure, no matter where your ride begins, our trail system connects many societies of sledding adventures. So don't fret, there's no rush, the perfect snow, spectacular scenery and friendly people will wait, there's plenty to go around. Five or six days, the Signature Loops are designed to be your most unforgettable vacation in Ontario, Yours to Discover. For more info about the Upper Canada Snowmobile Region go to www.ucsr.ca or call 1-613-543-0374.

TWO DAY SNOWMOBILE TRIP UPPER CANADA SNOWMOBILE REGION


Would you like to experience the serenity and peaceful beauty of snowmobiling in Ontario?

Come ride Eastern Ontario for the answer. Each Loop Du Jour in the Upper Canada Snowmobile Region, (located in Eastern Ontario), offers snowmobilers the opportunity to capture a favorite piece of our diverse region and beauty. Our French Connection Loop, one of six possible Loop Du Jours, is 302 km (185 mile) of pure paradise as you ride into an atmosphere of proud French hospitality, warmth and friendliness of the social traditions carried out by the local snowmobile clubs.

Your starting point for Snowmobiler friendly accommodations can be found in Morrisburg at the McIntosh Country Inn 1-888-229-2850, just south of highway 401 (exit # 750), located on TOP E105. The community of Morrisburg also offers restaurants, service stations, automotive garages, a pharmacy and a Ski -Doo dealer, all located right on TOP E105.

This two day loop will take you through open fields, pipeline corridors, farm woodlots and abandon rail lines. At this time on your morning ride take a moment for some photos and enjoy the quietness of this region on this very scenic trail. Leave from Morrisburg and head East on TOP E105 and then turn left onto TOP A104 towards the town of Winchester for fuel or a Tim Hortons stop on TOP A104 in Winchester. If a double double is not on your list then continue on TOP A104 to the intersection of A104 and A212 and now turn right. This wide, safe groomed trail of TOP A 212 takes you to TOP A and the town of Metcalfe. There you will turn right/east onto TOP A to head towards Metcalfe for fuel, food or service at an Arctic Cat dealer all located on TOP A trail with signage in place to find your needs. Stop if need be. TOP A trail heading east will lead you to the town of Plantagenet and an over night stay at the Motel de Champlain 613 673 5220 http://www.motelchamplain.com with a restaurant attached to the motel and fuel just next door, makes this a snowmobilers haven located just off TOP A. This first day ride will give you the chance to see many of Ontario's wildlife in the winter months from White Tail Deer to Moose along with our local Coyotes and Foxes, so please drive with care and have your camera ready.

Day two of your two day loop has you heading east again on TOP A towards Alexandria on an abandoned rail bed which will lead you south to Alexandria. Make sure to bring your sun glasses as you ride east into a sunny day of full enjoyment. The town of Alexandria can be your first stop with trail side amenities of food, fuel and sled dealers such as Polaris and Ski-Doo located all on TOP A trail.

This second day will take you through woodlots and open fields as you travel west on TOP A 104, which is a right/west turn from TOP A just south of Alexandria. TOP A104 connects back to TOP E105 and then a short jaunt back to your starting point of Morrisburg. Throughout this two day ride you are able to sit back, relax and take in the serenity and peaceful beauty of Eastern Ontario by snowmobiling on smooth, groomed, signed and safe trails. Make this Loop du Jour one of your most unforgettable vacations in Ontario, Yours to Discover. For more info about the Upper Canada Snowmobile Region go to www.ucsr.ca or call 1-613-543-0374.

Eager to sled but limited by time?


Come and ride Eastern Ontario for the answer. Each Loop Du Jour in the Upper Canada Snowmobile Region, (located in Eastern Ontario), offers snowmobilers the opportunity to capture a favorite piece of our diverse region on their time.

Our Upper Canada Circuit, one of six possible Loop Du Jour, is 301 km (187 miles) of pure sledding as you ride into an atmosphere of warmth and camaraderie associated with our snowmobile friendly communities.

Your starting point for Snowmobiler friendly accommodations can be found in Morrisburg at the McIntosh Country Inn 1-888-229-2850, just south of highway 401, located on TOP E105. The community of Morrisburg also offers restaurants, service stations, automotive garages, a pharmacy and a Ski -Doo dealer, all located right on TOP E105.

This two-day loop will take you through woodlots, open fields, pipeline corridors and abandoned rail lines. As you start your travel west on TOP E105 towards the town of Prescott. Prescott can be a quick stop with trailside amenities of food, fuel and a Polaris dealer, all located on TOP E113. As you head north from TOP E105 and onto TOP E113 from Prescott you will turn onto an abandoned rail bed, which will lead you north and turn onto TOP A104 as you sled towards the town of Kemptville. Kemptville is located 2 km off TOP A104 and has services for food and fuel accessed by using the club trail located at County Road # 43 and TOP A104. Continue north on A104 and cross the staked ice crossing trail across the Rideau River and follow the groomed forest access roads of the Marlborough forest. A104 connects with TOP trail A in the center of Marlborough forest and here you will turn east onto TOP A. Take a moment for some photos and enjoy the quietness of the forest. Traveling east on TOP A will bring you across another ice crossing trail and into the communities of Osgoode and Metcalfe. Great food awaits you at the famous Red Dot Café, (Osgoode), where you can sled right up to the door. Metcalfe offers fuel and service for Arctic Cat sleds, all located on the trail with signage in place to find your needs. Your overnight stop is only 60 km (40 miles) away at a the town of Plantagenet and an over night stay at the Motel de Champlain 613 673 5220 http://www.motelchamplain.com with a restaurant attached to the motel and fuel just next door, makes this a snowmobilers haven located just off TOP A. This first day ride will give you the chance to see many of Ontario's wildlife in the winter months as you sled on the well-groomed, signed trails provided by the volunteers of the many clubs that make up the Upper Canada Snowmobile Region.

Your next day's travel will send you back west on TOP A and then turn south onto TOP A213. Your travel will take you through the beautiful and well-known Larose Forest on wide, safe, groomed trails as you head south towards the town of Moose Creek. A Yamaha dealer and fuel are available in Moose Creek if needed. On your travels south don't forget to stop at the famous covered bridge for photos, located just north of the town of Monkland where fuel and food is literally located almost on the trail. Continue heading south of Monkland and then turn west onto TOP A104. This Top trail follows unopened road allowances and through farmland; smooth trails connect back to TOP E105 and then a short jaunt back to your starting point of Morrisburg.

Throughout your two-day ride, you will come across a variety of forested trails, open farmland, unopened road allowances and rail bed trails. All are on smooth groomed, signed and safe trails. Make this Loop du Jour one of your most unforgettable time travel vacations in Ontario Yours to Discover. For more info about the Upper Canada Snowmobile Region go to www.ucsr.ca or call 1-613-543-0374.

Want to slow it down...a pace or two?


Come and ride Eastern Ontario for the answer. Each Loop Du Jour in the Upper Canada Snowmobile Region, located in Eastern Ontario, offers snowmobilers the opportunity to capture a favorite piece of our diverse region. Our French Connection Loop, one of six possible Loop Du Jour, is 302 km (185 mile) of pure paradise as you ride into an atmosphere of proud French hospitality, warmth and friendliness of the social traditions carried by the local snowmobile clubs.

Your starting point for Snowmobiler friendly accommodations can be found in Morrisburg at the McIntosh Country Inn 1-888-229-2850, just south of highway 401, located on TOP E105. The community of Morrisburg also offers restaurants, service stations, automotive garages, a pharmacy and a Ski -Doo dealer, all located right on Top E105.

This two day loop will take you through woodlots and open fields as you travel east on TOP E105 and A104 towards the town of Alexandria. Make sure to bring your sun glasses as you ride east into a sunny day of full enjoyment. The town of Alexandria can be your first stop with trail side amenities of food, fuel and sled dealers for Polaris and Ski-Doo located all on TOP A trail. As you head north east on TOP A from Alexandria you will turn onto an abandoned rail bed (still TOP A trail) which will lead you west to the town of Plantagenet and an over night stay at the Motel de Champlain 613 673 5220 http://www.motelchamplain.com with a restaurant attached to the motel and fuel just next door, makes this a snowmobilers haven located just off TOP A. This first day ride will give you the chance to see many of Ontario's wildlife in the winter months from White Tail Deer to Moose along with our local Coyotes and Foxes, so please drive with care and have your camera ready.

Your next day's travel will send you west on TOP A to the town of Metcalfe for fuel, food or service at an Arctic Cat dealer all located on the trail with signage in place to find your needs. Stop if need be and turn south onto TOP A212 to the town of Winchester for a Tim Hortons stop on TOP A104. Once you leave with your Timmys, your travel will take you though open farm land on the wide, safe groomed trail of TOP A104 to connect back to TOP E105 and then a short jaunt back to your starting point of Morrisburg. Throughout your two day ride you will come across a variety of forested trails to open farm land with some unopened road allowances and rail bed trails all on smooth groomed, signed and safe trails. Make this Loop du Jour one of your most unforgettable vacations in Ontario Yours to Discover. For more info about the Upper Canada Snowmobile Region go to www.ucsr.ca or call 1-613-543-0374.

Embracing a Snowmobiler Lifestyle


Come and ride Eastern Ontario for the answer. Each Loop Du Jour in the Upper Canada Snowmobile Region, (located in Eastern Ontario), offers snowmobilers the opportunity to capture a favorite piece of our diverse region and lifestyle. Our Roller Coaster Run, one of six possible Loop Du Jour, is 325 km (202 miles) of pure sledding as you ride into an atmosphere of warmth and camaraderie associated with our snowmobile friendly communities.

Your starting point for Snowmobiler friendly accommodations can be found in the resort town of Calabogie at the Jocko's Beach Resort www.jockosbeach.com 1-613-752-2107, Hwy 508, located just off TOP E. The community of Calabogie also offers restaurants, service stations, automotive garages and a pharmacy, all located right on or off TOP E and TOP E105A.

This two-day loop will take you through rolling hills of woodlots, open fields, pipeline corridors and abandoned rail lines. As you start your travel east on TOP E and then south towards the town of Sharbot Lake you will sledding on abandon rail beds with many scenic vistas. Sharbot Lake can be a quick stop with trailside amenities of food and fuel, all located on TOP E or TOP E108. As you head east from TOP E and continue on TOP E you will turn onto another abandoned rail bed, which will lead you east as you sled towards the town of Perth. Perth has fuel and food and of course a Timmy's located just off TOP E. the local Ski-doo dealer is near by for any service requirement. Continue on TOP E and follow the groomed open fields and access roads to Smiths Falls. At all time on your morning ride take a moment for some photos and enjoy the quietness of this region. Smiths Falls also offer fuel and food if need be and you will now turn North on E103 towards Carleton Place. Travel on E103 and then west onto E104A and then TOP A towards Carleton Place. Your overnight stop is only 50 km (35 miles) away at Seven West Motel, 613-257-5666. The restaurant is attached to the motel, so you can now really relax after your first day ride.

This first day ride will give you the chance to see many of Ontario's wildlife in the winter months as you sled on the well-groomed, signed trails provided by the volunteers of the many clubs that make up the Upper Canada Snowmobile Region.

Your next day's travel will send you on TOP A and straight North towards Arnprior. Your travel will take you through beautiful wide, safe, groomed trails as you head north towards the town of Arnprior. A Yamaha dealer is trail side along with fuel and food if needed. Continue heading west on TOP A and then turn south onto TOP E105A. These Top trails follows abandon rail beds through farmland; these smooth trails connect back to TOP E and then a short jaunt back to your starting point of Jocko's Beach Resort.

Throughout your two-day ride, you will come across a variety of rolling country side, forested trails, open farmland, unopened road allowances and rail bed trails. All are on smooth groomed, signed and safe trails. Make this Loop du Jour one of your most unforgettable lifestyle vacations in Ontario Yours to Discover. For more info about the Upper Canada Snowmobile Region go to www.ucsr.ca or call 1-613-543-0374.