Thinking of Snowmobiling this Weekend
February 22, 2013
Looks like a great weekend for sledding.
Just got 8 inches of snow with cold weather to follow.
Forecast for this upcoming weekend is more snow, get the sleds out, not many weeks left for snowmobiling this year.
Last call before March Break
The groomers did over 300 hrs of grooming last weekend and are scheduled to be out this Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday nights.
The Haliburton County Snowmobile Association (HCSA) offers sledders 350 km of good quality wide groomed trails with spectacular scenery. The Tall Pines Snowmobile Club (TPSC) is located in Dorset, Ontario which is just north of us with some of the nicest 200 km plus of groomed trails covering the Muskoka and Haliburton Highland regions of central Ontario
Checkout the snow conditions in Haliburton for all winter sports.
Snowmobilers don’t give up on winter yet. Haliburton has been getting snow lately.
Snowmobiling can be a great family event. Haliburton Forest is the best for the novice riders who do not have their own machines.
If you want to try snowmobiling for the first time the Haliburton Forest will look after you with their own trails and snowmobile rentals.
If your looking for snowmobile rentals check this out.
Back Country Tours has a special offer when renting snowmobiles.
Save $100 on snowmobile weekend rentals (reg. $699 now $599) plus get free trail pass and snowsuit rental when you book a weekend winter getaway with us at the Loralea Country Inn Resort.
Check Them Out – Back Country Tours Sled Rentals