No one who is serious about snowmobiling should ignore what Manitoba has to offer. Province-wide, there are over 10,000 kilometres of groomed trails to explore.No one who is serious about snowmobiling should ignore what Manitoba has to offer. Province-wide, there are over 10,000 kilometres of groomed trails to explore. The trails are groomed and maintained by the member clubs of the appropriately named SNOMAN – Snowmobilers of Manitoba Inc.
A welcome feature on parts of the Manitoba system is one-way trails. In many ways it makes the ride more enjoyable since you’re not constantly watching for sleds from the other direction around every corner.
Unlike many other areas, Manitoba Provincial Parks welcome snowmobilers. Whiteshell in eastern Manitoba near the Ontario border is probably one of the better known destinations with 300 kilometres of trails featuring the terrain of the Canadian Shield. The Interlake area is home to Grand Beach, and Hecla/Grindstone Provincial Park comprising islands in the northern section of Lake Winnipeg.
Riding Mountain National Park has limited snowmobile access on Clear Lake and on boundary trails maintained by SNOMAN.