Snow Country Snowmobile Region OFSC District 6
Snow Country Snowmobile Region is dedicated to providing leadership and support to our OFSC District 6 snowmobile clubs, to establish and maintain quality snowmobile trails throughout the region in conjunction with its member clubs, that will be used in a safe and environmentally responsible manner to further promote the enjoyment of snowmobiling.
For snowmobilers, our Snow Country landscape is 100 per cent Canadian Shield. Enjoy 2850 km/1770 miles of super sledding across rolling farmlands and mixed forests.
We traverse west from Arnprior to Deux Rivieres, south from the Ottawa River to Perth, Sharbot Lake, Bancroft & Haliburton County. Our winters offer crisp temperatures, plenty of snow and our clubs work together to provide well-groomed, well-marked trails from mid-December to late March.
Snow Country Snowmobile Region clubs include BonnTrae (Deacon), Calabogie & District (Calabogie/Arnprior), Eganville Sno-Drifters (Eganville), Griffith-Matawatchan Sno-Dusters (Griffith), Haliburton County S/A (Haliburton/Minden), Keetna Snowmobile Club (Petawawa), Maple Leaf Snow Skimmers (Lake St Peter/Bancroft), Missing Link (Stonecliffe/Deux Rivières), North Renfrew S/A (Deep River), Opeongo Snowbirds (Barry's Bay/Whitney), Peterson Pathfinders (Combermere), Snow Road (Ompah, Perth), Timberline (Pembroke), and Whitewater Sno-Goers (Cobden/Renfrew).
Snow Country Snowmobile Region and our clubs are members in good standing with the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC).
- TRAILS & PERMITS
- CLUBSBonn TraeCalabogie & District Snowmobile ClubEganville Sno-DriftersGriffith-Matawatchan Sno-DustersHaliburton County Snowmobile AssociationKeetnaMaple Leaf Snow SkimmersMissing LinkNorth Renfrew Snowmobile AssociationOpeongo SnowbirdsPeterson PathfindersSnow Road Snowmobile ClubTimberlineWhitewater Sno-Goers
- PLANNING YOUR TRIP