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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FYI. This is lass wade trail today.

Awesome, thanks guys🤗🙂👍, you've been doing a great job this season

Great job!!

Great trails all season. Thank you!


Nice job

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Awesome job!!! Thanks to all for your hard work!!

Great job..had an awesome ride Sunday morning!

Looks great!!

Looks great 👍

Looks wicked march break coming up!

Great job on the trails!

Thanks guys👏👏

Glad you guys can still enjoy. Season is over on Manitoulin

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Finally some more snow! Who can guess what trail we were removing trees on today?

The groomers are out in full force! Please remember the groomers only move at ~10km/h, so it takes days and days to cover all the trails, they are out trust me 🙂

Daniel McClatchey Thank you for all the help!
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No worries, was a fun day out 👍👍

When is Chandos going by to be staked?

Thank you for all your work!!! Had a great time today.

Miss grooming for Stoney Lake 🥺. Always love to see the hard work you guys do.

Thanks for all u guys do!!!


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All of us at SLSR's have been out clearing fallen trees, removing debris and resurfacing the trails to ensure the trails are ready for the snow. That being said it seems every weekend there are more limbs, branches down and general debris.

Currently, groomers are out and working hard to move what little snow there is onto the trails and ensure a base is ready, however, it is a slow process with the debris and abundance of water.

That being said there is snow in the forecast so we hope the start of the season is close 🙂
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E107 was amazing today!!!

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