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Six Star Snow Riders Trail


Welcome to Six Star Snowriders Club

The club name Six Star Snowriders (SSSR) refers to the six geographic areas that comprise our membership namely MacTier, Kapikog Lake, Healey Lake, Moon River, Blackstone Lake, and Crane Lake.

The SSSR trail system starts on Trans Ontario Provincial (TOP) C trail at the south end of the  Moon River and runs up to the north end at Hall Construction Supply Depot.  The eastern trail C102D joins with the Muskoka Snowmobile Region (Foot's Bay) and joins to TOP C then continues to the Parry Sound Municipal Airport where it joins the South Seguin trail system.

The SSSR trail system consists of over 180 kilometers of well-maintained, wide trails offering a variety of snowmobiling opportunities. The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Club's (OFSC) TOP trail system enables riders to travel through quickly, while excellent family-oriented trails also give snowmobilers the chance to take in great scenery at a slower pace.

There are many conveniently located restaurants and lodging on the trail.  The ever-popular trails 9 and 4 bring you into MacTier for groceries, banking, the hardware store, restaurants and more!                                          

Trail permits are required in order to use our trails.

Get your pass early, on-line by November 1 and save over $60.00!

 

      



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