the Stoney Lake SnoRiders Snowmobile Club

The Stoney Lake Snoriders snowmobile club maintains of Ontario’s most beautiful trails from Stoney Lake in the South, to Apsley in North. We connect to Paudash S.C. in the north, Havelock S.C. in the East and Old Hastings S.C. in the north east.

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2 weeks ago

Stoney Lake Snoriders Snowmobile Club

We're getting some questions about the Try Our Trails date for the 2020 Season and would like to remind everyone that there is NO Try Our Trails this year.
If you're looking for an option for your spare sled or to invite friends up to experience the best Ontario has to offer this winter, you can purchase Multi-Days for only $35/day (minimum 2 consecutive days). Log in to your permit account and you can buy, print and ride for a date in the future or today!
Please be sure to check the online Interactive Trail Guide for the latest trail availability at ofsc.evtrails.com/#
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1 month ago

Stoney Lake Snoriders Snowmobile Club

Hey folks - we're getting a lot of questions about when or if trails are available and we're not able to answer these types of inquiries.

For specific trail availability details, always consult the OFSC Interactive Trail Guide (ITG) at www.ofsc.on.ca prior to accessing snowmobiles trails.

As a refresher, here are the definitions for the 3 trail availability status'/colors.
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2 months ago

Stoney Lake Snoriders Snowmobile Club

The GSO App launches next week…here’s a peek at one of the new features.
More to come tomorrow!

***Notice for a legally compliant snowmobiler to access an Ontario Prescribed Snowmobile Trail is provided through Trail Status Reports as last known to the applicable snowmobile club and illustrated in the online Interactive Trail Guide (ITG).
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2 months ago

Stoney Lake Snoriders Snowmobile Club

Happy Wednesday!
Tomorrow (Thursday, November 21st) between 6am and 8am the Interactive Trail Guide will be offline to deploy some performance updates.
One of these updates includes addressing the 'routing line covering trail shields' issue that you've brought to our attention. You can see below that the routing line will be transparent enough to ensure you can see the trail shields even whilst planning your route!
**if we experience any unforeseen delays during the outage, we will update this post**
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