Snowmobile Map & Warm Up Shacks

Snowmobile Trails & Warm-up Shacks


Our municipality is fortunate to have the Thunder and Ice Snowmobile Club which was first organized in 1996 and now grooms close to 300 km’s of trails which link Oak River-Hamiota-Miniota-Birtle-Solsgirth-Shoal Lake-Oakburn and the Trans Canada Trail to the junction of highways 45 & 10 then north to Onanole.

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We would like to extend the invitation to everyone to please come out and enjoy our trails this winter, the warm hospitality from our local communities and everything they have to offer. If you are looking for more information at any time, many of our board members’ contact information can be found on our local club maps, by looking us up on Facebook.

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Mission Statement

Snowmobilers of Manitoba

Snoman (Snowmobilers of Manitoba) Incorporated is dedicated to providing strong leadership and support to its member clubs to develop and maintain safe and environmentally responsible snowmobile trails to further the enjoyment of organized recreational snowmobiling throughout Manitoba.

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