the Buckhorn District Snowmobile Club

The Buckhorn District Snowmobile Club is based in Buckhorn, Ontario, about 25 minutes north of the City of Peterborough. We are a member club of the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs, and are one of seven clubs making up OFSC District 2.

BDSC volunteers and grooming staff maintain approximately 165 kilometres of trails through varying terrain, from the east shore of Chemong Lake in the south, to the Gooderham area in the north.

The bulk of our trails are in the Municpality of Trent Lakes, in an area of beautiful Canadian Shield forest once known as The Five Points Trail System – a throwback to the earliest days of organized snowmobiling.

To the west, our trails join those of the Twin Mountains Snowmobile Club in the Bobcaygeon area. On the east side of our system our trails connect with those of the Paudash Trail Blazers and the Stoney Lake Snoriders, leading to the Wilberforce and Apsley areas.

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Landon comes to the OFSC with over 20 years of experience in public relations, government, marketing, not-for-profit and tourism management. He is a graduate of Carleton University and Royal Roads University with a MA in Canadian Studies and an MBA in Public Relations. He is the former Vice President of Community Relations and Sport Marketing for Canadian Tire Corporation and former CEO of Canadian Tire Jumpstart Charities.

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None of us could have predicted the requirement to end our season, but behind the scenes there’s a lot of work taking place using technology in place of face to face meetings.

District Grooming Committees have been working closely with the OFSC Fleet Team and efforts are underway planning for the 2021 season. Over the last 3 weeks, 11 Districts have attended fleet meetings virtually to discuss the necessary repairs and refreshments needed for their equipment as the fleet team is compiling the information to build a fleet plan for presentation to the OFSC Board of Governors.

A big shout out to our volunteers for the hard work and determination to deliver the best season yet!
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