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.
Welcome the newest addition to the district 2 grooming fleet. New 2019 prinroth husky with 9x18 mogul master drag from the shop industrial. Thanks to the ofsc anl for investing in the future of your trails. ... See MoreSee Less
The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) is pleased to announce that for the 2020-21 season, its popular Driver Training Program will continue to teach young riders the skills and habits necessary to be safe and courteous snowmobile operators entirely online.
We have a plan to keep club volunteers and snowmobilers safe, We have a plan to keep snowmobile trails open, and We are confident in delivering an enjoyable snowmobile season across Ontario, wherever opportunities exist. Check out our latest news: www.ofsc.on.ca/category/news-release/... See MoreSee Less
Get your 2021 Ontario Snowmobile Trail Permit today and support 30,000 kms of trails, 300 groomers, 6000 volunteers and 18,000 landowners. Plus, buy online before October and take advantage of a limited-time Rider Advantage Bonus. Full details online.
Not sure if I want to give you my money this year. Terrible grooming last year, Stoney lake not even hit once. No markers on Stoney, not much of anything done over by Jack lake. When we did get some snow there were groomers idle in parking lots in Apsley. No feedback or communication.
What are you doing right now to make sure when the snow flies the groomers are ready and trails will be correctly marked and ready for business? What are the plans to ensure we are not getting caught up or hitting trails for the first time in February and are active and ready once the lakes and trails are adequately frozen and snow-covered?