Having recently amalgamated, the Borderland Snowmobile Club includes Rainy River, Nestor Falls, Emo, Fort Frances, Mine Centre and all the towns in between. With rock cuts, wide open lakes and snowy trees Borderland is a beautiful place to go snowmobiling. Ride O.F.S.C. permitted trails.
In fact, we would love it if you would stop by and check out our trails for yourself. Whether you're looking for a short jaunt or a few day ride, the Rainy River District has it for you. We have beautiful snowmobile trails and lots of places to go. With over 400 miles of trail to maintain and hundreds of lakes you always have somewhere new to go.
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As an off-road experience snowmobiling is an inherently risky activity. The OFSC assumes every rider using an OFSC Prescribed Trail has read, understands and accepts the "Assumptions for OFSC Trail Use".
Information provided by the Borderland Snowmobile website.
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