the Havelock & District Snowmobile Club

We have some of the most exhilarating trails you will find anywhere and would love to share them with you!

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There’s a chance the Burnt Dam Bridge could be closed, which would mean we lose part of our E107 trail north. Peterborough County is notifying the public for online comments. Please read the attached notice and let them know we need the bridge and at the current size for our groomer to go across. Speak up snowmobilers!!

www.ptbocounty.ca/en/resourcesGeneral/Documents/Burnt-Dam-Bridge---2020.08.10-PIC-1.pdf
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There’s a chance the Burnt Dam Bridge could be closed, which would mean we lose part of our E107 trail north.  Peterborough County is notifying the public for online comments. Please read the attached notice and let them know we need the bridge and at the current size for our groomer to go across. Speak up snowmobilers!!

https://www.ptbocounty.ca/en/resourcesGeneral/Documents/Burnt-Dam-Bridge---2020.08.10-PIC-1.pdf

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If the bridge is closed or not available for groomers to cross, is an alternative to work with the County and township on a trail rerouting that avoids road running, even if that means clearing land beside the road right of way for a new trail?

It has to do with life span of the bridge and whether they want to put money into updating. Fingers crossed that they don’t close it.

What's the reason for this geez

Here is what I sent in to Kendra Reid if anyone else wants a quick cut/past. I am writing to provide comment on the Burnt River Dam project. I am a property owner in Dummer township. I enjoy snowmobiling in the winter on OSFC trails. My comment is to rehabilitate or replace the bridge to maintain existing capability for full size trailing grooming equipment to maintain the E107 trail.