Algoma Lakes

SSM Trailblazers

Goulais/Searchmont to Aubrey Falls

The 'Long-Haul Loop' 

 

Snowmobiling Algoma


 

 


 

Updated:  Oct 1st, 2015

 

Did you know, the Sault Ste. Marie District is located in some of the highest elevations in Ontario?  This means early snow for our region and early riding opportunities.  On this spectacular route, you will have the opportunity to sled pure wilderness on scenic groomed trails.  200 kilometres (120 miles) of incredible riding with Goulais on one end, then passing through Searchmont and Aubrey Falls on the other 

 

** IMPORTANT ** Please plan your fuel stops accordingly. Food, Fuel and Lodging are available at Black Creek Outfitters (www.blackcreekoutfitters.ca) (705 841-2555) and Aubrey Falls Trading Post http://www.aubreyfallstradingpost.ca/ (705) 841-2575, in Aubrey Falls to the east and Goulais River to the west.  There is no fuel available in Searchmont or Heyden.

 

For those who wish to ride beyond Aubrey Falls, you can connect with any of the 3 available trail systems, one of which is northward to Halfway Haven, then Chapleau or Wawa and onward.  Other routes from Aubrey Falls include the south-east link to Elliot Lake or take the south-west route via the D106 to either Bruce Mines or loop back to Searchmont. 

 

  There is no fuel available in Searchmont or Heyden this winter.  Fuel is available at Goulais. Aubrey Falls Trading Post, Black Creek Outfitters and Halfway Haven.


 

Snowmobiling Ontario
The D201-F in Bold

Domtar Route
What the route looks like freshly groomed

The Domtar Road
The route after a fresh snowfall

Aubrey Falls
Scenic views along the way

Goulais River
The Goulais River along side the Whitman Dam road

 

 

Regional Websites of Interest

AubreyFalls.ca

AubreyFallsTradingPost.ca

BlackCreekOutfitters.ca

Searchmont.com

 
 
 

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