The Klondyke Trail Groomers Snowmobile Club was established in the early 1970's by a group of dedicated volunteers. Operating under the umbrella of the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC), club volunteers maintain approximately 200 kms of trail in District 9.
Our trail runs north from Dundalk and meanders east and west to Rockford just south of Owen Sound. Pictured above is a sample of one of our trails. Enjoy! Aside from wonderful snow conditions, District 9 features a very scenic ride for the winter enthusiast.
View rolling rural countryside in the south, which takes you through wooded areas, open fields and small towns. This then leads into to the Niagara Escarpment which cuts across from east to west just south of Georgian Bay, then heads north along the east side of the Bruce Peninsula, and slopes down to the sand beaches along the Lake Huron Shoreline. This diverse geography creates a mixture of riding experiences from farm fields and bush lots, to scenic vistas overlooking Georgian Bay, to beautiful forest trails providing an intimate riding experience. Information provided by the Klondyke Trail Groomers and District 9 website.
The southern trailhead is in Dundalk.
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