the Paudash Trail Blazers Snowmobile Club

Paudash Trail Blazers Snowmobile Club has just over 300 km of amazing trails extending from Gooderham to near Bancroft and from just north of Apsley to the south end of Algonquin Park.

Our trails connect to other great trails going in every direction.

There are services available through our club area (gas, food snowmobile dealers and accommodation) so you can be assured of an enjoyable ride no matter where you go.

Watch for club events like the cookout during the sledding season as well, where you can enjoy a BBQ’d delight and a drink.


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Volunteer/Groomer Operator Appreciation Lunch - REMINDER

Just a reminder that volunteers have been sent an invitation to an appreciation lunch on April 13. If you would like to attend and have not let us know, please send us a Facebook message or send an email to

We look forward to seeing everyone there.
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Volunteer/Groomer Operator Appreciation Lunch - REMINDER

Just a reminder that volunteers have been sent an invitation to an appreciation lunch on April 13.  If you would like to attend and have not let us know, please send us a Facebook message or send an email to

We look forward to seeing everyone there.

The Trail Improvements Continue...

We are pleased to tell everyone of a project that we have just completed on the 617 (Saunders) trail. A causeway near Paudash Lake that has been there for years had a culvert through it that failed badly recently, leaving a hole in the trail that we could no longer groom over. Because of the proximity to the lake, we had to take extra steps to ensure that we could do the work in a way that did not compromise the lake and animal and plant life in it. We had a special assessment done and received a permit from the Crowe Valley Conservation Area to do the work, along with guidelines of how and when it could be done. With the financial support of OFSC District 2 and with some additional money from the landowner, we were able to replace the culvert and fix the trail across the causeway, not only making it groom-able but improving it to the point that we should be able to groom earlier in the season than we were previously able to.

Hats off to our Grooming Coordinator, Phil L., for stickhandling the permit process, working with the landowner and coordinating with our contractor to get this done.
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Awesome guys

Fantastic news

That is great news, thank you Phil and team!

Good work everyone, thanks.

Always so much work involved! Thank you so much for looking out for the wildlife, plants and anything else that needed your special attention! So much appreciated!πŸ₯°

Thanks to all of you. Will start the snow dance earlier next season. Have a great summer.

Trail Coordinator extraordinaire! Lots of effort goes in behind the scenes. Well done to everyone involved.

Thanks for efforts

Sounds wonderful. Thanks Phil


Way to go Phil!!!

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That's it Folks

Well, we held on as long as we could but things have just deteriorated to the point that riding just wouldn't be worth it and the forecast is dismal for the upcoming week, which will just expose a lot more dirt and rocks.

We want to extend a huge thanks to the grooming team for delivering such great trails with so little to work with. They were constantly looking at the weather and the state of the trails to see if grooming was feasible without breaking equipment and that it might make trails that little bit better. Well done team!

Just a reminder that lakes remain questionable at best and we have observed unexpected holes in ice and a lot of pressure cracks in places that we don't normally see them. As many of you know, we never did stake 2 of our lakes this year, which made it a very unusual year.

Finally, just a reminder to ATV enthusiasts, snowmobile trails are not necessarily ATV trails and we strongly urge you to stay off property that is not designated for ATVs. We are always one or two landowners away from losing trails due to trespassing.

The old refrain applies: we can't wait until next year!
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Thank you from all of us over here, next door. "A" for effort ! The season was beyond challenging.


Thanks guys, despite the whiners we can only do so much with what you had to work with!

Thanks for all the effort!

When the trails had enough snow, they were turned into gems, thanks!

As always, our trails were best-in-class, just like the club and team that maintains them! Thank you for doing so much with so little.

Great job considering the lack of you know what.

Thank you for all your hard work and struggles to provide the best possible riding in this extremely challenging year.

Great job done this year got out once but that’s okay thanks again PS maybe next year I will win the chain saw lol

Thank you for all the hard work...

Thank you for the hard work

Great job by everyone. The northern section was well looked after I will say as that's usually where we start. Hers to maybe mother nature being on your side next season

We can only react to what Mother Nature dishes out. A dismal year but all efforts appreciated. Thank you to all. And here’s to next year

Thank you for a job well done!

Thanks for all the work you did! Thankful for the volunteers!


Appreciated for everything you do!!!

Great effort from all of you at PTSC. Whether the season was 2 days or 2 mths, your efforts starting WAY before the snow even flies and after the season, does not go unappreciated. Thank you, all.

Like we say about the Leafs ,there is always next year. β˜ƒοΈπŸ‘πŸ‘

This year sucked but appreciate the efforts!

Good work for a crap winter

A big thank-you to all involved in the club for doing what you could. Next winter will be awesome.

Thank you for doing everything humanly possible…it’s just not our year.

Challenging year to say the least. Thank you neighbour for all your effort! Kudos to the volunteersπŸ‘

Thanks as always for trying so hard. It’s noticed and appreciated by so msny

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