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New Brunswick makes the most of winter.

We’re a truly “Canadian” province in that winter here is…really winter. Which means, our winter isn’t a meek, slushy chilly spell. It’s for real. Our winter is lots of snow that sticks around for months. It’s what our people know—and we’re known to make the most of it. No wonder snowmobiling is so much a part of our culture. 

In New Brunswick, 8,000 km (5,000 mi.) of trails—maintained by snowmobile clubs—are primed and waiting for you. You’ll feel the wind race over your face as you travel through snow-dusted forests, along wind-swept coastlines, and following winding rivers. There are warming huts and gas stations located all along the trails, so you can chill out and gas up. The Northern Odyssey loops network is a favourite ride you’ll want to check out. And when you’re done riding for the day? Dig into a tasty meal at a snowmobile-friendly accommodation and savour some of our famous Maritime hospitality.

Here’s how to set the groundwork

Purchase a 1-day, 3-day, 7-day or seasonal permit here. It’s your passport to winter adventure.

Book your accommodations. We take our snowmobiling pretty seriously. That’s why some of our accommodations let you drive your sled right up to your door or even provide sheltered parking.

Get trail updates and map your route. Want to know what your day on the trail is looking like? Map your route, get grooming updates, and check the latest trail conditions from the New Brunswick Federation of Snowmobile Clubs.