The Jackladder is located in the middle of what can be considered the best snowmobiling in Newfoundland, if not in Canada!

Imagine travelling over 5,000 kms of well-groomed and marked trails in an area where the average annual snowfall is 16 feet! Just as thrilling would be touring over glacier carved Fjords and exploring along our expansive river edges while passing the Long Range Mountains. For the more experienced riders, back country options are available, where you can experience Newfoundland’s unique and pristine nature while riding in untouched, powdery snow. The options are endless!

We’re proud to offer exciting snowmobiling options to the Western Brook Gorge in Gros Morne National Park, as well as the Lomond Sinkhole.

The Sinkhole is a large depression in the earth that sinks down well over a hundred feet. A cascading waterfall pours from the top and disappears into the rocks below. In the winter, the water freezes up, forming amazing “ice sculptures.” It’s a fascinating place to visit and we can take you there!

Have you ever seen a fjord? Let us take you to the spectacular Western Brook Gorge in Gros Morne National Park. In the Long Range Mountains, the 600 metre rock walls were carved out of the surrounding plateau by glaciers. We also visit some of the many waterfalls in the area, one which is noted to be the largest in Eastern North America.

Guided full day options are available, with snowmobile rentals if required. Let us know what you need, and we’ll make it happen!