Welcome to
Tall Pines Snowmobile Club!

Tall Pines Snowmobile Club is located in Dorset, Ontario, in the heart of Southern Ontario's snowbelt region. We're about 2½ hours north of Toronto, or about 40 minutes east of Bracebridge.

As a member of the Muskoka Snowmobile Region and the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs, our trail system extends from Muskoka in the West to the borders of Algonquin Park in the East.

We have over 200km of beautiful groomed trails covering the Muskoka and Haliburton Highland regions!

If you'd like more information about riding the Tall Pines Snowmobile Trails or would like to become a Tall Pines member, you can reach us at info@tallpines.org or contact any of our executive members.

Winter Wonderland
The Tall Pines trail network ventures over some spectacular terrain. Our trail system will take you through a variety of forests, over streams, rivers and swamps, to places you just can't get to any other time of the year.
Black River Bridge
The site was first considered in the winter of 1991. After 5 years of public consultations, MNR approvals, engineering designs/re-designs, trail clearing and materials acquisition, this combined with the efforts and generosity of our members and supporters, we were pleased to have the new Horse Lake Trail open for the 1996/97 season.
Dorset Lookout Tower
The Tower is located on TPSC Trail#60 and is accessible from downtown Dorset. The trail begins adjacent to the Ministry Building and climbs 400' to the tower road. The trail continues back down to Hwy 35 at the Nordic Inn and eventually connects to the TOP Trail D101B (River Bay/Dump Road). The trail continues North to Dwight or South to the Hollow Valley Restaurant.
OFSC Trail Map for GPS
Complete coverage of 2016-17 official OFSC trails.  Serious snowmobile enthusiasts use Snowmobile Ontario to find their way around safely including 20,000+ POIs including OFSC clubhouses, lodging, restaurants, gas stations, ATMs
Trail Signage
Signage on The Tall Pines trail system consists of reflective blue destination signs, sign boards and maps ensuring your visit to our area is enjoyable and hassle-free. Our main trail, the "Trans-Ontario Provincial (TOP) Trail D101B" connects Dorset to the villages of Baysville in the east, Minden in the south and Dwight and Oxtongue Lake to the north

The Weather Network

Our Trails


Tall Pines Snowmobile Club
PO Box 216
Dorset, Ontario, Canada
P0A 1E0