Eastern Ontario Snowmobile Club Trail
The Eastern Ontario Snowmobile Club is the eastern gateway to the Ontario and Québec snowmobile paradises. The EOSC and its 1186 members, manage 435 km of groomed and signalized snowmobile trails covering the entire Prescott-Russell United Counties. The southern and western parts of the club’s snowmobile trails are interconnected with 7 entry points to the Ontario network of the 41,000 km of prescribed OFSC (Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs) snowmobile trails.
The northern and eastern parts of the club are interconnected with 5 entry points to the Québec network of 37,000 km of the FCMQ (Fédération des clubs motoneigistes du Québec) snowmobile trails. The multitude of landscapes and vistas within the EOSC’s trails varies from scenic valley trails, to twisty forest trail scenes, abandon rail line backcountry trails and hilly or flat agricultural land trails. You can admire natural beauties like The Voyageur Park, the Alfred Bog, the Larose Forest, frozen rivers and creek crossings. All snowmobile trails lead to cities and villages that accesses different accommodation, food and fuel services.
Information provided by Eastern Ontario Snowmobile websites.
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For more information, including maps, please visit our Web site at www.easternontariosnowmobileclub.com