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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We've had two vehicles stuck on our trails this year(why is sooo temping to drive cars on our trails?) but at least we didn't have this mess that happened in Muskoka..... ... See MoreSee Less

Weve had two vehicles stuck on our trails this year(why is sooo temping to drive cars on our trails?) but at least we didnt have this mess that happened in Muskoka.....Image attachmentImage attachment

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Seen a truck and a car stuck on trail off the heritage trail. 10 of us spent hrs digging them out. After that they took a wrong turn off to the Lambe club house after telling them specifically not to go that way! City people!!!

Where was that bus driving looking....its easy to see that is NOT a road....hope I never have him/her as my bus driver

Darn tourist couldn’t afford trail permit and sleds for the whole group so he rented a bus 🚌

We had to go around a 4x4 PU on the trail at Tory Hill. Guy was driving right down the centre and thought it was funny when we had to go into the bank to avoid him!

Maybe a gps error??

When your grooming is as smooth as a road...😅

How Did I Get Here? 🤔

Some people follow GPS too literally!

Hey take it as a compliment your guys trails are smoother than the roads around here lol

Giver! Break a trail around!

Leave the bus there and make it a trailside food truck!

????? Say what... Maybe the GPS took the bus down the snowmobile trail.... 🤔

This one takes the cake for the year

No other word but stupid!

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We've been hearing from residents in Harcourt that sleds have been coming through the town without stopping at the stop sign at Harcourt Road where the 605 trail comes out of the woods. We've also heard that people are riding too fast down the road once they are in town.

We remind everyone to slow down when travelling through Harcourt and to respect the stop signs in the area. There are people walking there and there are cars which travel the roads. We are hoping to avoid a real tragedy. Ride Safe.
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Thankyou for the Grooming job the main problem is the Weekend Warriors that are all driving way to fast at the end of every weekend the trails are all like a Mogul Ski slope because of all the gunning of the engines Slow down enjoy the outdoors and save lives

Talked to 2 opp the other weekend. They basically said they don't care about speeders. Chin straps are more important as a safety concern (idiots from bancroft opp) Always nice coming around every tight blind corner someone doing 80km or more

***REMINDER - OPP are on the trails and they will issue fines for snowmobilers breaking the rules. Video from Sgt Kerry Schmidt:

We need the Harcourt trails open Great Restaurant

People riding in the ditch between pine grove point and fish tail lake along Elephant Road are also not stopping for any of the signs along that stretch. Saw a group of 15+ sleds race that whole straight including crossing the road at Nomi without slowing down.

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Covid-19 RED trails UPDATE for Paudash Trails

Parts of E108 and E109, TOP E, and the whole of 612, 613, 614, and 618 are still unavailable as they cross a boundary into a health unit that is still “locked down”.

We were able to open a segment of TOP E going towards Coe Hill as Peterborough Health is now Yellow and Hastings/Prince Edward is in Green.

For our other unavailable trail segments, they cross into Haliburton/Kawartha/Pine Ridge, which is still in Orange, so we must keep them as UNAVAILBLE (RED) to discourage people from crossing the health zone border to/from Haliburton.

As you have heard before, the OFSC established a plan for managing trails during the pandemic, which you can read here:

Here is further information on the meaning of the various Covid-19 health unit statuses.

We are trying to be prepared for further openings as the Covid-19 situation changes. The Interactive Trail Guide will be updated as health zones change as well as trail conditions change.
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Hope it does not warm up too much! And another three weeks of winter at least!

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