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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This week is Canada’s National Volunteer Week 2020. In honour of all of our volunteers, on behalf of the Board of Directors, I’d like to send out a big thank you to each of you. Volunteers are really what make snowmobiling possible and there are many of you who contribute to our club’s success. The amount of time and the use of personal equipment like ATVs, chainsaws, etc. is significant and, without it, we would not be able to sustain our trail system.

Our volunteers are involved in:

- clearing brush and trees from our trails

- grooming our trails

- bridge and trail maintenance/improvements

- helping to service our equipment

- training and supervision of the grooming team

- communicating to our members via newsletters, Facebook and our web site

- installation of signs across the 300km of our system

- maintaining our work shop and clubhouse

- working with our landowners

- participating in committees

- planning and scheduling of club activities

- running of events like the annual cookout

- coordinating advertising on our map boards

- fundraising activities

We hears lots of positive comments about our trails from our members and this is the result of all of your hard work. We thank you for your enthusiasm, the countless hours you have contributed and for all that you do to support snowmobiling in our community. Stay safe and healthy in this difficult time.

Jon Cumming
President,
Paudash Trail Blazers Snowmobile Club
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This week is Canada’s National Volunteer Week 2020.  In honour of all of our volunteers, on behalf of the Board of Directors, I’d like to send out a big thank you to each of you.  Volunteers are really what make snowmobiling possible and there are many of you who contribute to our club’s success.  The amount of time and the use of personal equipment like ATVs, chainsaws, etc. is significant and, without it, we would not be able to sustain our trail system. 

Our volunteers are involved in:

-          clearing brush and trees from our trails

-          grooming our trails

-          bridge and trail maintenance/improvements

-          helping to service our equipment

-          training and supervision of the grooming team

-          communicating to our members via newsletters, Facebook and our web site

-          installation of signs across the 300km of our system

-          maintaining our work shop and clubhouse

-          working with our landowners

-          participating in committees

-          planning and scheduling of club activities

-          running of events like the annual cookout

-          coordinating advertising on our map boards

-          fundraising activities

We hears lots of positive comments about our trails from our members and this is the result of all of your hard work.  We thank you for your enthusiasm, the countless hours you have contributed and for all that you do to support snowmobiling in our community.  Stay safe and healthy in this difficult time.

Jon Cumming
President,
Paudash Trail Blazers Snowmobile Club
Paudash Trail Blazers End of Season Newsletter - https://mailchi.mp/5059e6364459/paudash-trail-blazers-end-of-season-newsletter

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Great update, all best to you from your next door neighbour !

Thank you EVERYONE for the dedication and hard work maintaining these trails.

It was our first sledding season as a family and we are thankful for the amazing trails and superb condition you all kept them in!

Thankyou for your hard work

2 months ago

Paudash Trail Blazers

Effective Midnight March 21, 2020 - all.OFSC trails will be closed.

Everyone needs to do their part in trying to flatten the curve.Due to the pandemic Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the constantly changing updates and directives from all levels of government, the OFSC is taking proactive measures to support efforts to reduce the spread of this worldwide pandemic.

These are unprecedented times and like many other responsible businesses we are taking the necessary steps to ensure the safety of you, your families, our communities and businesses across the province.

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.

We’d like to thank all our loyal permit buyers, landowners, club volunteers and partners for their support this season and encourage everyone to do their part and stay healthy and safe as we all work together in overcoming this pandemic. We want to stress that this decision is not based on an economic basis. Although grooming operations are reduced at this time of the season, we still spend substantial monies on our open trails. We want to ensure permit buyers that any savings from funds not spent this permit year will be invested in the next season.

We encourage you to stay up to date on the latest COVID-19 information from our government here:

Federal: www.canada.ca/en.html
Provincial: www.ontario.ca/page/government-ontario
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Effective Midnight March 21, 2020 - all.OFSC trails will be closed. 

Everyone needs to do their part in trying to flatten the curve.

2 months ago

Paudash Trail Blazers

Our Trails are closed!! Please respect our land owners and stay off the trails.
ATVs, UTVs and or Side by Sides are not permitted on snowmobile trails.
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Our Trails are closed!! Please respect our land owners and stay off the trails. 
ATVs, UTVs and or Side by Sides are not permitted on snowmobile trails.

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Are these policed at all? Last weekend we saw a ton of atvs.

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