Why Go Snowmobiling in Bancroft Ontario

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Why Go Snowmobiling in Bancroft Ontario

You can find a lot to do in Bancroft in the summer and fall, but with winter comes snowmobiling.  And Bancroft is a great place for this!  There are many trails in the area that offer different terrains for riders of all skill levels.  Just don’t forget your permit.  Many of these trails are groomed and maintained and do require a paid permit.

Bancroft is known for its beautiful scenery like rolling hills, forests, and lakes, which are not only nice to look at, but they provide the perfect backdrop for any snowmobiling adventure.  One popular snowmobiling trail is the Old Hastings Snow Riders Trail, which stretches for over 400km of groomed trails throughout Bancroft, Apsley, McArthur Mills, Coe Hill, Gilmour and surrounding areas.

Another great spot to snowmobile is the Hastings Heritage Trail, a 156 km multi-use recreational trail, which follows an old abandoned railway line linking Hastings County. It is a four season trail used for walking, skiing, biking, horseback riding and recreational vehicle riding. The trail starts in Glen Ross and heads North to Lake St. Peter. With lots of stops along the way, there is surely something to catch your interest.

Trails in the area offer a mix of challenging and easier terrain, and are suitable for riders of all skill levels. These trails are regularly groomed to ensure a smooth and enjoyable ride. Don’t forget your trail permit!

When you’re out on your trip, take advantage of the local accommodations and restaurants. From cozy bed and breakfasts to lakeside resorts, there are plenty of options for lodging and dining in the area.

Bancroft, Ontario is a great destination for snowmobiling, offering a range of trails, beautiful scenery, and convenient amenities, and an area that offers something for everyone. Whether you are an experienced rider or just starting out, you will find trails that suit your skill level and interests.  For more information on snowmobiling in Bancroft, please see our Snowmobiling information page.

Sarah Smith
Author: Sarah Smith

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