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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Well this is a sad day, that comes every year, but disappointing none the less.

OUR TRAILS ARE NOW CLOSED.

We had a lot of traffic on the trails this season, it was a great season while it lasted.
Huge thank you to our land owners, who allow us the privilege to cross their property.
Great job from our groomer operators, keeping our trails some of the best around.
Appreciation and gratitude to the volunteers who give their time and efforts to help coordinate what it takes to keep the club going.

Until next season, stay safe.
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REALLY great job, thanks all!!

For a season that started late waiting for snow, the Mazinaw Powerline did a GREAT job on the trails. Thanks to everyone involved and to the landowners as well that allow us to use their land. GREAT JOB!! See you again next year 🙂

A big thank you to all volunteers and landowners! Got out a few times and the trails were amazing in the clubs area!

Thanks for all your hard work. We rode the trails several times this season. We were able to get in a “spring” ride on Saturday and most of it was great (not much you can do about the plowed roads). Your trails survived several days of double digit temperatures...that alone speaks volumes about the quality of the trail system. 👍

Shout out to all the dedicated volunteers and land owners. Took our last ride Saturday on south end of Mazinaw lake. Collected downed markers and placed at south trail entrance for collection. Still a few standing.

Thank you to all the volunteers, and to the landowners. Stay safe!

Great job guys!! For a year in a pandemic and late snow it turned out very well. Appreciate all involved !!!

The club did a fantastic job on the trails this year ! Thank you !

Well done! Thanks for a great season. Wishing you the best of luck this year in having your trail users step up and volunteer a few hours of their time to share the work load.

Thanks to all for making this a spectacular riding season. Hats off to the grooming crew!

Thanks for another year of awesome trails. 😁

Great job as always Mazinaw Powerline Club! You are so much appreciated!

Thank you for a great year and all involved for your hard work !

Hats off to Mazinaw Powerline Trails.....amazing job!!

Thanks guys, Mazinaw trails second to none, as always

Glad I got out on them yesterday. Seemed they were good for awhile yet.

Appreciated you guys several times this year. Thanks!

Last trails in the huge area to close

Thank you everyone!!

Thank you to all the volunteers and to the landowners.

Thank you to all the volunteers .trails were great 👌🍻

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Any word on trial conditions this weekend? Any info would be greatly appreciated, thank you

Any update on when the M.P. 1010 will open up?

Joe Plazek

Feb 1, Some of the dull slushy areas all around the big parts of the lake only have 4-4.5" of ice underneath and the dark areas only have maybe 2" of junk ice. Still lots of holes in the ice causing slush to grow, until it all waters up and refreezes we're stuck with it.

I figured that as Weslemkoon is one of the last routes to open in any year that I've watched. It's in the middle of some great routes when it's open and safe.

Mazinaw south end is the same just froze over Tuesday? Upper lake still open. Stay off it!

Thanks Mike Watson for the heads up! Be safe everyone!

Was up that way yesterday, Couldn't believe the amount of open water visible on Mazinaw from "the lookout" Stay off the lakes.

Next week nights in the area will see -15 to -19 degrees Celsius, Good news. That is 5 to -2 degrees Fahrenheit.

Thanks!

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Okay friends, it has been stated time and time again “STAY ON THE TRAIL” and “RESPECT OUR LANDOWNERS!’ Landowners do not have to let us go across their property. It is a privilege given to us by many, and it is appreciated. This privilege can, and has been, and will be revoked. We hear repeated stories of riders not staying on trails, being rude and threatening to landowners, this is NOT acceptable.
Case in point, our club is working with a landowner to assist him with his concerns, and had come to a compromise. A gate that is closed, and indicating the trail is closed. The sled caught on a trail cam, continued on the trail, opened the gate and closed it again (thanks for that!).
So when a few disrespect those that work hard to keep our sport alive, and trails are closed and we don’t have connecting trails, you can thank riders like this.
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Okay friends, it has been stated time and time again “STAY ON THE TRAIL” and “RESPECT OUR LANDOWNERS!’ Landowners do not have to let us go across their property.  It is a privilege given to us by many, and it is appreciated. This privilege can, and has been, and will be revoked.  We hear repeated stories of riders not staying on trails, being rude and threatening to landowners, this is NOT acceptable.  
Case in point, our club is working with a landowner to assist him with his concerns, and had come to a compromise.  A gate that is closed, and indicating the trail is closed.  The sled caught on a trail cam, continued on the trail, opened the gate and closed it again (thanks for that!).
So when a few disrespect those that work hard to keep our sport alive, and trails are closed and we don’t have connecting trails, you can thank riders like this.Image attachment

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Bigger problem is the ATVs driving on snowmobile trails.. need to groom more then maybe they wouldn't wreck them.. or start a atv club in the area and a pass. Then they can help pay for the grooming and we can have more grooming! I've stopped them before and they say it's crown.. and it's not all crown they just have no idea

Sorry, i am a landowner who allows the trail to cross over my property. If i find that people are disrespecting my property, rest assure, i will gate it too. So please be respectful and obey the rules so they are not taken away from you. Treat it like your own. 👍. Happy sledding, glad to see snow!

it is a closed trail.

🤦‍♂️🤬 its not even groomed for .... sake!

Rider is most likely a local to the area.

Is that not the gate behind the school. if so why isn't it open

Is the E101 to the e1009. Going to be open this winter?

Lots of snow so open the gate

Someone will identify the sled and punish him maybe

Probably on this site. Rat him out

Absolutely I've shut our gate twice now and people continue to help themselves to open it.. not cool at all. It was shit to let people know were not happy with the riddung on our planted fields! Grow up!

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