Destination James Bay
We are full for 2022. Dates to come in August for 2023!
Trips run at the end of February and in March.
3 days trip
Starting from Hearst, we ride along the Missinaibi river. We get to see Thunder House Falls and Hell's Gate Canyon.
We leave early 210 miles the first day, food for the trip can be prepared by the Companion Hotel Motel or bring your own, (Thunder House and Hell’s Gate), warm up shack halfway, 2 nights at Onakwana camp, have dinner at Onakawana camp
Exploring James Bay area, Moose Factory and Moosonee, around 100 miles, more relax day, food accommodation Onakawana Camp for breakfast and supper, in Moosonee for lunch
Back by Abiti Canyon, about 200 miles, ride ends in Smooth Rock Falls,
choice to come back in Hearst or go in Cochrane, food accommodation at Abitibi Canyon for lunch
Includes: 2 guides pulling sleigh full of gas, Safety: satellite phone, tarp, first aid kit, fire, dry clothes, spare food etc...
Snowmobile, 3 gallons of gas strapped to your snowmobile, personal effects, food, liquor for at the camp only, spare belt, spare Oil
New packages and prices to come for 2023
If a snowmobile breaks down, one of our guides will pull you all the way to Moosonee. Train Arrangements will be made there to take back your snowmobile on the Polar Bear Express to Cochrane. It's around 80$ for a snowmobile and around the same price for the person.
If Covid is in are way, we will call off the trip last minute. We will then proceed to put you on our list for next year.
Oil can be bought in Moosonee. You will need to carry what you need
Recommended sleds: Long track
200-250L of gas
2 nights’ accommodation (Onakawana Camp includes breakfast and dinner)
Food for lunches and other
Accommodations for before and after the trip
All gas expenses are snowmobilers’ responsibility.
Lunch, Hotel, gas is not included into our packages.
Snowmobiling in a Wild Winter Wonderland
Contact us to book a date.
email@example.com or 705-373-2948
Trips run from end of November till March.
Experience a full day of off trail riding around Hearst. Develop new skills and gain more confidence riding deep snow. Recommended before taking on Destination James Bay.
One stop at a warm place for lunch and fill up
(@ Veilleux Camping & Marina)
Group of 8 sleds maximum
Must have your own sled.
Safety: we provide safety equipment like a first aid kit, a rope, dry clothes, spare food, fire etc...
Lots of fun guaranteed!