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As you are aware, the OFSC is supporting provincial health unit guidelines regarding limiting travel between health unit areas.  The Paudash trail system is at the junction of 3 health units: Peterborough, Haliburton/Kawartha/Pine Ridge, and Hastings and Prince Edward County.  As a result, there are some trail segments that will remain unavailable/”red” during the provincial Covid-19 lockdown.


For your information here they are:

TOP E: from 611 (Eels Lake South) to E107

TOP E: from 618 (Silent Lake) to the boundary with Old Hastings Snowmobile Club at Rose Island Road

E108: from 608 (Hadlington) to Buckhorn District Snowmobile Club trail 506

E109: from Elephant Lake Road to Maple Leaf Snow Skimmers 178 (Mink Lake trail)

612 (Baptiste Lake): from Cardiff to Baptiste Lake

613 (Deer Lake): from 612 to Deer Lake

614 (Rabbit): from 615 (Cardiff) to Rabbit Trail Road/Paudash Lake

618 (Silent Lake): from TOP E to Highway 28/Paudash Lake

We have provided a visual of the trails to show which sections will remain closed.
Yesterday afternoon/early evening two really helpful and handy sledders stopped to help our groomer after the 3 point hitch pin broke. They helped our groomer operator line up the arms and get pin back in on the E trail between the clubhouse and Harcourt!  

We didn't get your names, but we wanted to give a shout out and thank you for your help and assistance!
Our groomer operators are on the trails for long periods of time, 90% of the time they are riding solo and when issues arise they are trouble shooting on their own. It means a lot when riders take a few extra minutes to help out! 
So, Thank you to the two awesome helpers... your assistance helped keep the grooming in progress! You both rock!
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