the Twin Mountains Snowmobile Club

Twin Mountains Snowmobile Club was founded in 1974, and joined the OFSC in 1975. TMSC maintains approximately 140 kilometres of groomed trails in Peterborough County, just east of Bobcaygeon, Ontario.

Our trails connect to the Kawartha Lakes Snowmobile Club trails to the west, Buckhorn District Snowmobile Club trails to the east, and Haliburton County Snowmobile Association trails to the north.

TMSC’s clubhouse and groomer shed are located at 889 Bass Lake Road.  This site allows for trail access and staging, and serves as an office, and a place for meetings and club events. Gates at the clubhouse are unlocked during the snowmobile season, and the clubhouse is open and heated when our trails are open. 

TMSC currently operates one grooming unit and drag in order to provide riders with the smoothest trails possible.

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TMSC’s groomer is still down, and it appears that it will be down for quite some time. KLSC and BDSC have been assisting with E108. We are attempting to secure the D2 spare, however there is no indication that this will in fact happen. We are doing what we can to help improve the situation but we are not overly optimistic that this will be a quick and easy process/repair. We apologize for the inconvenience. Updates will be posted as they become available. Check the ITG for trail status. ... See MoreSee Less

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Doing what the club can do, when it can be done, is all we can expect. Keep up the good work. Thank you.

Here to help when can!!

Any update on the groomer? Is this a parts issue or a mechanic issue? I am sure that if one was to canvas the group there is more than a couple of qualified mechanics, float truck operators fabricators machinists or anything else that may be needed to fix it. The season is far to short to sit and wait for someone at the OFSC to get around to calling someone who will then call someone else to try and find someone to fix it.

Hi Everyone.. Not to be difficult here, but trying to understand why the trails are closed (except the E108).. I understand that the groomer is down, but currently the trails are perfectly fine and ride able.. We have had Snow and cold weather.. Can someone from Twin Mountains chime in and provide a "Detailed" answer.. Looking for some sort of an explanation. I am sure there are a lot of sledders out there concerned with this, As a Twin Mountains supporter for many years, I have concerns.. Seems a bit drastic when we have snow and cold weather..Thanks again..

TM second groomer was taken away by the OFSC several years ago. They have not been able to groom the trails adequately for the last few years and now this happens. It’s a complete disgrace. The OFSC has become just another government organization ruining what was built by the many volunteers over the last several decades.

Buckhorn BR 180 is moving over to you.

What are the trails like now?

Just noticed that most of the Twin Mountain trails are mark Red. Yesterday they were all up.. Is this a mistake??? I understand the groomer is broken, but these trails where fine on Thursday when I was on them last. Thanks again.

Mike Weiss

If the ofsc would just get more groomers u wouldn't have this problem. Every year it's the same problems not enough groomers in the system. Ask where all the trail permit $ is 200$ a permit 40000 permits. There's too much waste in barrie at the head office

This is sad! For how much we pay for permits this should all be green!

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Be advised that our groomer is broken down on the 470 trail. We are closing this trail until we can get it out. We will advise when the 470 is back open. Sorry for any inconvenience. ... See MoreSee Less

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Could someone from TMSC provide an update on the groomer and trail conditions, please.

The interactive website shows all trails as red for the club. Is this correct?

Happy New Year everyone. Let’s hope for cold weather and snow. We really need some winter weather to restart the season. ... See MoreSee Less

Happy New Year everyone. Let’s hope for cold weather and snow. We really need some winter weather to restart the season.

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Any word on the trails??? Lots of snow out there.. Thanks

HI Guys.

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