Rideau Snowmobile Club Trail
Welcome to the The Rideau Snowmobile Club website. The RSC grooms and maintains 160 kilometres of snowmobile trails in the mostly rural area southwest of the old city of Ottawa. New city boundaries mean all but 25 kilometres or 16% of the system is inside the greater city of Ottawa. The Rideau River, which flows north to the locks in Ottawa, makes up our southern and eastern borders. Smiths Falls in the west, North Gower in the east and Burritts Rapids in the south can be directly accessed by our trails.
Snowmobiling in the area has reaped the benefits of strong partnerships between the Club, community based businesses and local governments. The trails in the Marlborough Forest, which lies to the west and north of the prime farmlands of North Gower and Richmond, benefit from a cooperative effort between the Club and the city. Ride OFSC permitted trails. Club Meetings: Pierces’ Corner Hall. 3048 Malakoff Road. Pierces Corners.
Information provided by the Rideau Snowmobile Club website.
Have you traveled this trail? If you have any corrections or new information you'd like to send us, we'd love your input. Also, any photos or videos you may have taken of your adventures on this or any other trail are welcome as well. Be a part of our trail community!
COMMENT & SHARE
Use your Facebook account to comment on this trail and share your experiences below.
At the Ontario Trails Council, we do our best to ensure the accuracy and integrity of the information we provide on the site. Please remember however, that some of the information you'll find here has been provided by third parties; we can't take responsibility for that information or make any guarantees as to its quality or accuracy. It's also important to remember that while something you read here may have been correct at the time it was posted, Seasons change and the trails change with them! Contact the trail manager or local weather office when planning a trip to avoid surprises, like poor conditions or trail closures.
Please note that when you send us images, you give us the right to use them as we see fit, without limitation or compensation, to promote the Ontario Trails Council.
This site is supported by a grant from the Ontario Ministry of Health Promotion Active 2010 Recreation Program, The Ministry of Natural Resources, The Ontario Trillium Foundation and trail users like you!
Rideau Heritage Route
|SEASONS / HOURS|
December - April