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Winter Activities
Snowmobiling
Snowmobiling

Lasting between December and April, the snowy season on the Lower North Shore is one of the most memorable and fun!  Here, arrival of the “white gold,” as it’s called locally, means easy access to the most scenic areas of the Lower North Shore.  As the majority of communities here are not linked by road, winter and spring allow for extended travel throughout the entire Coast.  Along the Lower North Shore, blankets of snow provide an unlimited playground for snowmobiling, skiing, sliding, and ice fishing. 

Winter activities on the Lower North Shore include:

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