Another Cold Night.

March 7th, 2019 -18º Yesterday Jamie arrived back late afternoon from the headpond after an approximately 22 hour run, the Kendall jumped aboard and groomed Newcastle trails 52 South to the Miramichi Bridge, 525 to Curtis Corner Irving then 42 South to the Anderson Bridge and back to home base. We are steadily making progress, but most trails will need multiple passes to get back in good shape. Last night Alan groomed trail 21 to Black River and 510 to Loggieville, we haven’t been able to get 511 to the Rodd because of issue with blown snow on the trail, which makes it too dangerous to pass by as the drag may slide down a 50 foot bank to the river, hopefully we can get this situation resolved. We will be having our Annual Weenie Roast on March 9th, 2019 from Noon til 4pm at the Barren shelter, please come and join us for some free burgers and dogs. In conjunction with this there will be a 50/50 draw in support of a Memorial Warming Shelter honouring Cory Tucker, this shelter will be erected on trail 517, location to be determined. Get Out and Enjoy Your Trails.

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Passing of longtime Volunteer.

On behalf of the Miramchi Valley Snowmobile Club we would like to send out condolences to the family of Buzzy McKay. Buzzy had just received the Bob Walsh Memorial Award for his many years of dedicated service to the club, your hard work and passion for the sport will be greatly missed. Continue Reading

Bob Walsh Memorial Award

The Miramichi Valley Snowmobile Club would like to congratulate Arnold “Buzzy” McKay on being awarded the Bob Walsh Memorial Award for his many years of loyal dedication to the club. Buzzy started with the club when we didn’t have much for machinery and the going was tough but he kept coming back to help because… Continue Reading

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