150,000 Registered Snowmobile Owners Can’t Be Wrong!
Did you know that there are more kilometres of snowmobile trail in Ontario than provincial highways? Ontario alone, has over 30,000 km of groomed, marked and mapped trails for you to explore.
Snowmobiling can be an enjoyable form of exercise that brings people together to interact with nature and each other. It is also an invigorating sport that reputedly offers stress release and improved mental health. Add to that, the enjoyment of everything that winter has to offer in Ontario, and you have a winning combination!
Imagine the thrill of cruising along kilometers of groomed trails, the feel of the crisp air on your face and the look of sheer joy on your family’s faces.
Snowmobiling can be a great family lifestyle. Historically, people who are introduced to snowmobiling at a young age, continue to snowmobile throughout their lives and commonly share great experiences as a family.
What to Wear
Make sure you have the right clothing for your adventure. Layering is the best strategy. This includes a base layer of warm, lightweight long underwear, with the addition of an additional layer of clothing for warmth, ideally topped off by a waterproof layer of ski jacket and pants. Remember too, your warm, waterproof gloves.
As with many motorized sports, a helmet is required. You would be well advised to choose one that has a face shield for extra weather protection and enhanced safety while riding.
Where to Go
Located in beautiful Goderich, Ontario, Benmiller Inn and Spa is conveniently situated right beside the official routes of the Snowmobiling trails in Ontario, making it a convenient “base camp” where you can relax after a day of snowmobiling and stay for the night.
We offer rooms with a fireplace to sit, relax and warm up after a long day on the trails. Enjoy a hearty breakfast in our award-winning Ivey Dining Room before heading out on the trails or a relaxing dinner afterwards.