ITS 89 North Jackman to Canada Snowmobile Trail


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Trail Description

ITS 89 North from the town of Jackman will take you to the Quebec border. This route rides along the East side of US Rt 201. It is a moderate ride with some hilly spots but it is a nice winding trail with great views and incredible scenery. This trail follows along Heald Stream.

From the border you can return to town via the Border Riders Club Trail or stay on ITS 89 south to connect to ITS 88. See the trail description below for ITS 88.

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February 13, 2008 03:09:09 PM

Kathy and gang

Headed for Kokadjo last weekend from 88. ROUTE 66 ROCKS!

January 21, 2008 04:25:14 PM

Bill
Best riding in 3 years

We went up to Jackman for a 3 day trip and I have to say, this was the best riding in 3 years. Even the in town were not too bad. Those groomers must have been on it every night.Trails were smooth and fantastic weather did not hurt either. Can't wait to get back up there

December 29, 2007 08:53:56 AM

Don

I came up with my son for an overnight stay to ride and we had a great day of riding (12/27) The trails were great except for one area that was a bit bumpy-I was told it was because there was an area that had not frozen over yet. We went north the next day and it was incredible. All in all, as usual, the trails are excellent in Jackman

December 27, 2007 09:16:43 AM

tp

This is a great trail...we even saw a moose standing on the side of the trail...in town are getting a little rough but all in all, great ride






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ITS89
Date submitted: December 26, 2007 06:58:11 PM
Contributor: maplover
Description: This is a sample gpx file. The data was generated via a hand drawn trail map. IT IS NOT ACCURATE AND CAN NOT BE USED FOR NAVIGATION. Once we have real trail gpx files uploaded, we will delete this example file.
Directions to trailhead: Need Input


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GCGYG4
Date submitted: December 27, 2007 11:12:39 AM
Contributor: geocachepro
Description: This one is real easy..a freebie.
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GC160PH
Date submitted: December 27, 2007 11:00:19 AM
Contributor: geocachepro
Description: This cache is an easy one to find. It is located off the Attean Road. The cache is in a silver container.
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