Eagle River Campground Clean Up


We are looking for volunteers to clean up the staging area to get ready for our campers this upcoming summer season. Annually, we rent out the staging area to group campers from May until September each year. We have partnered with Alberta Parks and Environment to maintain the campground, which allows us to use the staging area in the winter. Fortunately, we are able to hire a grounds keeper to maintain the grass and clean the cookhouse and washrooms weekly. Thank you Ken Wright for doing such a great job for us.

In order to get started, we like to do a quick clean up of leaves, debris and fallen trees in the area. We welcome kids, parents and grandparents to come and join us for a wiener roast and help out with the clean up. The party starts at 6:00pm and we will conclude around 8:30pm. Join us on Thursday, May 4th at Eagle River Staging Area approximately 2km on Highway 32 North. Bring rakes, gloves, tarps and shovels. SEE YOU THERE, it’s suppose to be 20c during the day. Bring on spring!!

Congratulations Gary Marriott for winning the 2017 SkiDoo


16836122_1215717138541352_2771352844409646232_oCongratulations Gary on your win. Thank you Riderz-Edson for supplying the snowmobile this year.

Congratulations Dwight Fuhrer of Barrhead on winning the Polaris


16835785_1214793758633690_1495910130792354180_o (1)Congratulations Dwight. Thank you to Adrenaline Powersports for supplying the snowmobile.

Pembina Pipeline Corporation Donates to the Trailblazers, February 10, 2017


IMG_4254 IMG_4255On Wednesday, February 8, 2017 Trevor Shand, Whitecourt Area Supervisor of Pembina Pipeline Corporation presented a $30,000 cheque to Aaron Munro, President of the Whitecourt Trailblazers Club at the Royal Canadian Legion.

The donation represents the full commitment to the Club and by donating these funds it reflects on Pembina’s support of the Club and the Club’s ongoing contributions to the community towards the maintenance of the 485 KM snowmobile trail system in the Whitecourt and the Woodlands County area.  In 2013, discussions began between Pembina and the Trailblazers  about the pipeline coming through the area and how it would impact the snowmobile trails.  Through many discussions and negotiations between the Trailblazers and Pembina, a determination on the pipeline right of way location and how it would impact the trails during construction & development ensued.  As part of the pipeline construction project execution plan, a portion of the northwest trail system has been closed down for the current 2016 / 2017 snowmobile season, to allow Pembina to complete their construction project with little interruption or safety concerns to snowmobilers.  Pembina has been a great partner and our largest Corporate donator in the past few years.  In 2015, Pembina donated $50,000 as the transportation sponsor for the World Snowmobile Invasion. In 2017 the Trailblazers received a $30,000 donation from Pembina for the Club’s participation and assistance in providing access to critical portions of the new pipeline construction project.   

Thank you Pembina Pipeline Corporation for your continued support and strong working relationship.  We appreciate the partnership we have formed.





WTB-Poster-CANCELLED_webUnfortunately, our Great Canadian 150 Rally has been cancelled due to lack of snow. We are extremely disappointed about this, but we don’t want to host an event with poor conditions. We would love to have everyone; however, we want you all to be safe and enjoy your ride on our trails. We look forward to planning and hosting our event next year. Our sled raffles will still occur as planned: Polaris- Saturday at 4:30pm at the Westward Community Centre and the Ski-Doo at 4:30pm at the Westward Community Centre on Sunday. Please visit Canadian Tire,Whitecourt IGA, RPM and Adrenaline Powersports to purchase your tickets until then. $5.00 per ticket.

VIP & MEDIA RIDE – January 27, 2017


VIP & MEDIA RIDE: Please note the ride has been “CANCELLED” due to lack of snow.

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