the OLdHastings Snow riders Snowmobile Club

Come play with us on over 350km of wonderful groomed trails throughout Bancroft, Glen Alda, McArthur Mills, Coe Hill, Gilmour and surrounding areas!With our abundant snowfalls, many club activities to enjoy, and exciting terrain we offer some of the best snowmobiling in Ontario.

Come and spend a weekend, a week or an entire season and enjoy the snowmobiling adventure of a lifetime.With adjoining trails to Haliburton, the Algonquin Highlands & the Madawaska and Ottawa valleys, you can’t get a better snowmobiling getaway.

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www.ofsc.on.ca/2020/12/03/ofsc-requests-cooperation-from-snowmobilers/
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Please share this message and more importantly, keep your sleds parked for the time being.
At this time, ALL trails on the ITG are RED - in other words, NOT AVAILABLE!
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Another KLSC private property snowmobile trail closed permanently because entitled sledders would not stay on the marked trail. PLEASE RESPECT OUR LANDOWNER PROPERTIES... ALWAYS! Stay on Marked Trails, no sledding on open fields ever! or we'll all be scratching down the sides of roads and ditches doing bypasses. ... See MoreSee Less

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Got to be Thankful and Respectful to the landowners !

Problem is.... respect for others is hardly taught anymore

OHSR's are in search of hardwood skids. Anyone willing to donate to our trail maintanance would be greatly appreciated. Can reply here or call Steve at 519 370 8141. Thanks ... See MoreSee Less

Get ‘em while they’re hot and before fees go up on November 1st…..https://permits.ofsc.on.ca/
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We talk a lot about where your permit dollars go and we were curious about the value to you when it comes to your winter snowmobile experience.
Based on your responses to our post yesterday about how many KM you ride per season, we did some quick math and the average KMs per season is 4924.74km (if you provided a range, we picked the middle number to keep it realistic).
So, when it comes to the monies you spend on your permit (especially, if you take advantage of the lowest fees of the season), your investment works out to an average cost of less than 8 cents per KM ridden……sounds like a pretty good deal to us!
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Even if you only ride 200KM, it’s still less than a buck a KM.
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Seem to good to be true? We compared this against the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association (ISMA) snowmobiling statistics that states ‘the average snowmobiler rides their snowmobile 1,111 miles / 1,788 km per year in North America.’ (www.snowmobile.org/snowmobiling-statistics-and-facts.html)
Going off this number, the average per KM cost works out to about 11 cents.
PS – we included the $7.50 processing fee in these calculations too!
PERMIT.
TRAIL IT.
LIVE IT.
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