the Mazinaw Powerline Snowmobile Club

This website has all the information you need to snowmobile with us, trail information, how to get a permit, news & events and our contact information.

Mazinaw Powerline Snowmobile Club Inc. is a not-for-profit organization, incorporated in 1983, run by a volunteer Board of Directors.

When purchasing a trail permit from this Club you automatically become a member of this organization. As a member you have the right to vote at our Annual General meeting and you can be elected to the Board of Directors.

This Board is meeting once a month to discuss ongoing issues. If you feel that you can contribute some time and effort to this organization, please feel free to contact us!


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Changing bearings and seals on the Piston Bully one side took all day ... See MoreSee Less

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Cool. Thanks.

Keep up the great work fellows

Nice to see something from the club

Andrew Ward has lost a black Panasonic Lumix camera in a case on one of the northern trails. A reward is offered. Please pm club for Andrews phone # if found. ... See MoreSee Less

It's very sad that the trails did not slowly fade to red this year but, another price we have to pay in an attempt to halt the spread of this deadly virus. We thank you all for your support and positive comments through the season and look forward to next year. Most of all we wish you good health as we struggle through this unprecedented time. Keep yourself and your families safe. ... See MoreSee Less

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I spent more time running these trails then any other clubs trails this year. I will be redirecting the purchase of my permits to this club. Keep up the good work. Till next year....

Great job this year it was great looking trails this year

Great job on the trails looking forward to next year ...stay healthy everyone

For the winter that didn’t look promising the first few weeks of January it sure didn’t disappoint once it got on a roll. Thanks to all the volunteers that made it possible. Great job!!

Great trails as always! We will be back for next year and will be there to help on the trail work days again

Trails were great thanks for all the hard work

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From the OFSC in response to COVID19.

Yesterday, the OFSC Board of Governors made a formal decision to cease trail operations and grooming effective immediately on any trails which are still available to the public. Effective midnight, Saturday, March 21st all OFSC Prescribed Snowmobile Trails in Ontario will be closed and anyone accessing such trails from that date forward will be trespassing. This advance notification will provide all remaining touring snowmobilers ample time to get home.
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How can you tell ppl they will be charged with trespassing when a lot of the trail north of the mazinaw are on crown land access rds? Any private land the trails cross I could see the trespassing part of it but not on crown land. And you should refund ppl for the permits then too because they are good until May, there is probably another 2-4 weeks of riding still up in that area.

Can’t guarantee the safety of groomer operators in these conditions....

Sam Shilliday I understand 100% the scope of the situation but closing the trails in the north with the conditions they have.... Nothing like totally crippling the tourism and revenue generating time for the people that rely heavily on this time of year.... We will ride until Saturday and do our part in buying fuel and eating on the seat of the sled to help out at least a little bit.

Sad to hear. While I get the whole premises of making sure people are safe and social distancing, and staying out of restaurants etc., if someone lives close to trails that were still open, one should be able to go out for a ride - they are touching their own stuff, and can still practice safe hygiene and social distancing. Give us some little bit of ‘normalcy’. Stopping the grooming of trails is somewhat understandable if there are multiple people running the groomer.

I would think that being out on a trail, away from the city and people, nobody within the 10ft boundary, with a mask on your face would be a best case scenario.

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