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Responsible snowmobiling means Conserving Ontario's Last Frontier for the next person to enjoy as you did. So be trail wise and travel light. The only thing you should take is your memories.

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According to the U.S. environment Protection Agency, snowmobile emissions can hardly be considered additive to overall air pollutant episodes?

Cramadog Snowriders “Land” Trail System runs from Ardbeg North to where it meets the Argyle Club on TOP Trail D102C, West to the “C” trail on TOP C104D and East to Dunchurch on TOP Trail C104D. The Club “Lake” Trail System (600 series) travels across Gooseneck Lake, Wahwashkesh, Island , Snakeskin and Whitestone Lakes.

One of the most scenic trails is 605 that runs from Whitestone Lake through numerous wetlands to Wahwashkesh Lake. You won’t be disappointed if you chose to take this club secondary trail to Port Loring to the North or perhaps Magnetawan if you are heading south or east. Hey and don`t forget to stop along the trail for some pictures.

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Link to the Cramadog Snowmobile Club trails on the OFSC Interactive Trail Guide.,5716058.64558151,-8888291.67424394,5746218.92775112


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Jim Greenwood

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