Searchmont Snowmobiling

Early Season Night-Time Snowmobiling - December 1st

Searchmont is located in the Lake Superior Snow-Belt, north-east of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario

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    Bush Trails

    This area is consistently an early season snowmobiling destination, sometimes riding starts in mid November north of Searchmont, but almost always by the 1st week of December for early season snow-seekers. There are plenty of logging roads and bush trails to get access to the interior. On this December 1st outing, we were able to cover the entire evening without running out of snow in the Searchmont area.

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    Fresh Powder

    The rolling hills of the Searchmont area allow for the rise in elevation for additional snow. We climbed 700' in elevation then enjoyed 16" of fresh powder, which is pretty descent for December 1st, in this part of Ontario. The Valley depths below had no less than 12" at any given location.

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    Searchmont Snowbelt

    Searchmont is in a snowbelt of Algoma Country where it gets fresh precipitation off of Lake Superior. The grass could be green in Sault Ste. Marie, while Searchmont has already started it's winter. It is one of the 1st areas in the region to be able to snowmobile. Access to the snowbelt is via the Searchmont highway. Searchmont is also home to the popular Searchmont Ski resort.

    Author: Dan Kachur -