Hi folks. For the time being all Snowroamer trails remain unavailable. We simply can’t make all of the trails safe again without more snow. Our fingers are crossed that this incoming system will help us out. Time will tell. As always make sure you refer to the trail conditions guide at
before venturing out on the trails.
Thank you for your continued support.
We hope you had a great New Years celebration and had time well spent with family and friends.
We also hope you were able to enjoy some week-end sledding close to home. As a club we are overjoyed at having been able to provide some really great riding so early in this winter season.
But now we have yet another one of Mother Nature’s tests of our patience to endure.
Snowroamers trails that are limited will remain as such as we watch the temps and the rain with a weary eye. The unavailable 122 will remain that way as well until it sees a bit more snow coverage.
Until we have more news to post, and the rain goes by here are some fantastic photos we took while out for an evening ride on Sunday.
The rain was bad and has done damage. We will be assessing the damage and making our plans for the weekend over the next couple of days, But there’s really not much to do but hope for more snow. Please watch our Facebook page and the OFSC online interactive guide for the latest trail conditions.
Cold. Bone chilling. Mind numbing cold. It’s what we need. It’s what every sled club in Ontario needs. The snow got here before the ground could freeze up.
That’s why the best we can do for our riders is a limited status B202 today.
The rest of our trails remain unavailable. Please do not venture onto any of them.
Our entire team spent nearly 24 hours straight of hard work to get the B202 to limited today.
Please show respect to their efforts and go easy on the trail. This is a multi use trail so SPEED LIMIT IS 30km/h.
Its a rare privilege to ride trails in Southern Ontario this early in the season. It we treat the trail well in the coming days it will reward us with a long season.
If it gets ripped up now there’s little we can do to save it.
So ride safe, ride smart and enjoy.