Oct 25

Volunteer for your local club


The unforgettable summer of 2020 is slowly winding down and many of us are looking forward to what we all hope will be a stellar snowmobiling season, a season that may face many challenges due to the ongoing affects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Your local snowmobile clubs have to abide by the restrictions and requirements set in place to protect the volunteer trail workers, the landowners and other club volunteers involved in the operations of our clubs. this is a challenge that the clubs are ready and willing to accept, but many clubs need volunteers to step forward and help in the trail preparation for this season; this includes brushing, clearing, staking, signing as well as infrastructure maintenance and repairs to such things as bridges, culverts and trail beds. Grooming and trail building equipment also must be prepared for the coming season, this includes oil and filter changes, greasing, repairs and maintenance.
If you have time to spare please contact your local snowmobile club and offer your assistance, not only will you hep to get the trails and equipment ready but you will also meet many avid snowmobilers.
The clubs in District 4, South Central Snowmobile Region, are –
Alliston and District Snowmobile Club. Dufferin Drift Busters Snowmobile Club, Georgina Trail Riders Snowmobile Club, Heart of Ontario Snowmobile Club, Hillsburgh Snow Roamers Snowmobile Club and the Orangeville and District Snowmobile Association. If you have difficulty finding contact information please send an email to – D4sotba@gmail.com to obtain contact info for any of the above clubs.
Stay Safe everyone, and start your snow dance soon!

If you enjoy riding the trails also consider assisting your local club in the trail preparation, the club contact information is given on the “Clubs” page.