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This is a discussion on Train Ride Sled Trip To Canada??? within the General forums, part of the Snowmobiles category; I think we are going to attempt that trip this year as well. The only issue that concerns me is the money, with the price ...

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    I think we are going to attempt that trip this year as well. The only issue that concerns me is the money, with the price of gas + the price of motels/hotels + train + gas for trucks. It all adds up but I hope we can get it done because it looks like the trip of a life time. I just spent about 15 mins reading an article on it in the OSM magazine and it sounds awesome.

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    Yes there is such thing. PolarisRich was telling me about it. That crazy Canuck knows all about it...pm him.

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    These pictures were taken just North of the Soo and also East of there.

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    Budds through the bush: a sojourn on VIA Rail in northern Ontario - Trains Magazine - Trains News Wire, Railroad News, Railroad Industry News, Web Cams, and Forms
    See also Dubreuilville for on and off loading of Snow machines and All-Terrains...to get into the back country but the trek from Sault Ste. Marie to just too far.

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    I've been on the train years ago. First time rode it up to Hearst and we sledded there for a week. and 2nd time we only rode it to first stop which was Searchmont Then sledded to Bristol, Halfway Haven, Hearst, Timmons. Spanish and back bacy to the SOO.

    There is a large parking lot at the train depot where we left the vehicles and trailers for the week. We used a guide service both times. The 2nd time was 1400 miles cross country.

    Just A tip. go mid Feb or later. 2nd trip we went 1st week in Jan and 4 mornings temp was -40 F.

    ILL Snowmobiler used a pict of us at the train for their cover a few months after and one of our guys and I wrote an article for it.

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