Hearst is well known for their amazing snowmobile trails, but we are also surrounded by amazing off-trail terrain. All the creeks, rivers, hydro lines and bush roads make the perfect terrain for deep snow enthusiast. Plus there is hundreds of kilometres of untouched terrain north of Hearst until you reach James Bay.
Snow Train Tour (9 spots left)
3 days - January 24-26th, 2024
From Cochrane to Moosonee. Come back on the Polar Bear Express. First day, we leave from Cochrane and make our way to Onakawana Camp. On the second day, we take it slow! We will go for a small ride on the Abitibi river and we will do some ice fishing. On the last day, we make our way to Moosonee, go ride on James Bay and make our way back to Cochrane on the train.
1260$ + tax for whole trip
Wesley Bow Guides Camp (8 spots left)
2 days - February 10-11th, 2024
Visit Wesley Bow Guides camp situated 121 km south of Hearst, Ontario. With kilometres of logging roads and logged areas to go exploring and backcountry riding, your perfect remote snowmobile trip awaits you!
580 + tax each
(Accommodations, meals and guide included)
Destination James Bay Full for 2024
(9 spots left for women's trip only)
3 days - 600$ + TAX
From Hearst to James Bay off the beaten path! Ride the Missinaibi and the Moose River. See Thunder House Falls and Hell's Gate Canyon. Sleep at Onakawana Camp. See Otter Rapids & Abititbi Canyon. The snowmobile trip of a lifetime.
Fort Albany Trial Trip FULLY BOOKED FOR 2024
4 days - 730$ + TAX - January 19, 20, 21, 22, 2024
From Smooth Rock to Fort Albany in 4 days. Ride the power lines to Onakawana Camp on the first day. Ride power lines and the Moose River as well as James Bay on the second day. Sleep at Loon Lodge in Fort Albany. Ride back to Onakawana Camp on the third day. Ride back to Smooth Rock on the last day.