Thursday, January 16, 2020

Yesterday the 2009 BR180 made its return trip from The Moose Barn to North Shore on 517 with Bobby and Robert sharing the duties. The 2017 Husky groomed 52 North to the headpond with John at the helm, the trails are starting to take shape now, these cold nights will really help. A big thank you goes out to our sister club to the south Baie Ste Anne Snowmobile Club for giving us a hand with the south side trails while we have the groomer down, they groomed 21 from Portage to Black River, much appreciated. If it’s not for bad luck we wouldn’t have any luck, the part we are waiting for seems to have been lost by the courier company, so we are working on an alternate plan, please be patient, this isn’t the start we want either. We had our annual trail check yesterday by the federation and things went well with just a few infractions that we will have to take care of in the next feew days. Thanks to Eric and Gilles for rearranging the signage at the Green Brook shelter for the trail re-route that will get us around a few wet spots between the shelter and the powerline. Get Out and Enjoy Your Trails.

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Trail Conditions and News

Friday, January 24, 2020 -8º

Big Thank You goes out to the Halcomb Moose Barn for putting on a great supper last night and to those who attended, about 50 meals were served so a very successful fundraiser for the club, thanks again. Wednesday and Thursday there was a group of volunteers brush cutting and doing signage on 517, thanks… Continue Reading

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Yesterday all three machines were on the trails. Alan groomed 21 to Black River, Kyle groomed 52 North to the headpond and Bobby groomed from Halcomb Moose Barn back to North Shore. Today we are having our fundraiser supper at the Halcomb Moose Barn, you will need to book your tickets in advance 836-2416 or… Continue Reading

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Yesterday Jeff groomed 517 to the intersection of 514 then up 514 as far as Portage River which is didn’t seem safe to cross, he started a snow bridge and hopefully next time back it will all be froze up nicely, so he turned and headed back to town and did all Newcastle trails before… Continue Reading

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