Feb 04

We’re back. Sort of.

Well it’s been a less than stellar winter. We were off to a decent start and things we’re looking great on January 9th and then well….you know what went wrong.
But we’ve got some precious white gold and it’s thick and heavy. The B202 got a groomer pass and it looks ok.

Here’s the scoop. The B202 will be set to LIMITED status in the morning. We want the track that the groomer left today to setup overnight. It’s supposed to drop to -16 by the morning.
If people go out and roost it up now, than that’s what will set. So PLEASE STAY OFF until we pull the switch and go limited.
The reason for LIMITED is that, once again we must deal with a very icey base and thin snowpack on top.
Riders who grab it ‘n gun it will obliterate that thin snow layer. So please exercise care with the Happy Flapper..
We can’t state this enough, use EXTRA CARE when on the trail.
We’ve faced similar conditions before and been safe and got some good days on the railline.
Your cooperation and patience while we try to make a silk purse from this sow’s ear of a winter we’ve been handed is greatly appreciated.
Ride safe, ride smart, ride responsible.

Nov 12

Busy but quiet

We are moving ahead with trail installs but it is slow work due to the extended corn harvest this year. We’ve got small teams going out and just hopscotching over fields of corn. When things open up and we need groups of people to head out we’ll be in touch with volunteers on our contact lists. Until then here are some pics of early season prep work.



Oct 01

2018 Trail Permits are now available for purchase

Please remember to support the Hillsburgh Snow Roamers when making your permit purchase. Thanks!!

Sep 10

Erin Fall Fair Antique Snowmobile Show & Shine

Come to the fair and check out this great event organized by a Snowroamers past president Richard McColl. Check out the event sponser . Hey Ray

Jul 24


​As part of a new regional approach for organized snowmobiling in Ontario, a three-year transition from 16 to 12 districts is underway for more effective administration and delivery of trails. In some cases, new district boundaries will result in certain clubs being reassigned to other districts so that the number of clubs and kilometers of trails in each is more comparable. Consequently, you can expect to see some new district names as well as updated trail guides this season.

Rest assured the Snowroamers are staying put, to continue our effort to provide great trails and riding experiences. We’re just becoming a bigger family and joining forces with other clubs and nearby District 8 to make sure your permit money goes on the snow!!

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