ANNUAL FAMILY SNOWMOBILE RALLY 2016 - CANCELLED

Thank you to all our volunteers, donators and supporters

Apr10

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AGM & Windup – Wednesday April 13th

Apr09

Come and check us out and join us for our windup.  All volunteers, donators and supporters welcome.  Royal Canadian Legion, Wednesday April 13th at 7:30pm

2016 Survey

Mar24

Looking for feedback from our members.  Please take 10 minutes to complete our survey and enter to win a 2016/2017 Trail Pass.  This pass has been donated by the Trailblazers and is not an ASA event.

Thanks again for your time.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TGLZ5LH

STAGING AREA GATES LOCKED AND TRAILS ARE OFFICIALLY CLOSED

Mar15

NOTICE: Staging Area Gates are locked and Trails are closed

We would like to inform you that our staging area gates are locked and the snowmobile trails are closed as well.  We are concerned that certain parts of the trails are not safe for travel, so have therefore officially closed them.

Thank you to everyone who has volunteered, purchased and sold tickets, sold trail passes, rode our trails and supported the club this season.

Thank you to Mike Stuckless who attended our March General meeting and spoke about his experiences in the Avalanche in McBride this past winter.  Our condolences to all the families and those affected by the avalanche.  The snowmobile community has been touched by all the tragedies this season.  Be safe out there folks.

SEE YOU NEXT SEASON!!

Trail Report – March 11, 2016

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Updated Trail Report – March 11, 2016

Trails are in extreme late spring conditions with dirt spots, exposed rocks and debris.  We did not receive any snow this past week and have had above zero temperatures.  Surprisingly, people are still riding in our area  Reports from people riding on the Golden Triangle have been favorable.  Beware of trees blown down in the north.   Again the trails are very hard and icy in places, if you are riding please use EXTREME caution. In addition, please use extreme care and caution when crossing water areas including rivers, lakes, ponds and streams.

Please note: Next week, we will evaluate the staging areas and trails and may consider closing the gates.  A reminder to everyone about our Town Bylaw, No sleds or OHV’s on our streets after March 31st.

Have a lovely weekend.

 

 

TRAIL REPORT – Feb 29, 2016

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We received snow last night about 2-3 inches.   Reports are in that the trails are still rideable and in pretty good shape.   According to the weather forecast, we are expecting 4-6 cm in the next week or so.   South trail- Summit/Goodwyn is in pretty good shape with some rough spots,  Manweiler is in great shape and some of the trails in the north are fair as well, up to 18″ on the trail.   Update to trail report (Mar 1)- #19 to Eagle River Staging area has been brushed and there is not enough snow. A creek is busted up. There are some trees blown down in the north. Powerline north of #19 had lots of bare ground before the snow this past weekend. Be cautious out there. Conditions before this snow, were Extreme Late Spring Conditions with dirt spots exposed rocks and debris. Again the trails are very hard and icy in places, if you are riding please use EXTREME caution. Please use extreme caution when crossing water areas including rivers, lakes, ponds and streams.

Send us your pictures if you get out on the trails.  We like to hear how they are as well. Enjoy your week.  Day passes are still available at the Whitecourt IGA, First Choice Husky Truck and Car Wash, Kanata Travel Plaza, Adrenaline Powersports and RPM Power Sports.

Pictures taken today.

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