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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We received this in an email today from the Twin Mountains Snowmobile Club. TMSC Trail 400 (in our area) is not on any of KATVA's Trail maps - ATVs are not allowed on this and other snowmobile trails. Yet - a few ATVers decided they needed to cut the gate post - and ride on Private Property !!! We have lots of trails and they are all on our maps. The 5-points and other areas do have some crown land - but there is much more private property.

I was out on the trails today with Larry checking the TMSC Trail 400 between While Valley Road and the Rock Quarry. We found the a gate that has been damage and ATVs going around the gate. This is private property and this could lead to a loss of snowmobile trails in the future for Twin Mountains S.C. The attached picture taken today shows one gate post sawed off at the base and left on the ground.
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Darren Stevens

So sad

It seems there a lot of disrespect these days take the closer of Burleigh falls for instance and the fishing from the causeway between Bridgenorth and Ennismore leaving trash and defecating where ever they like. The list can go on and on No Respect 😡

Brutal

no respect, that is the new generation we are suppose to get on board with.........NOT

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