Apr 15

Info for some exciting new roles with our club

We have some exciting new roles on our Executive!  Check out the link under the Volunteers tab for more info. We’ll be adding more of these descriptions over the coming days. Despite the poor winter season of 2016 we’re looking forward to 2017 already with some great ideas and terrific plans! Please check out the descriptions and contact us if you’d like more info. info@snowroamers.com

Apr 06

HSR’s AGM April 19th 7pm

All are welcome to attend the Hillsburgh Snow Roamer’s AGM this April 19th, at the Hillsburgh arena. 7pm start time. Executive elections will be held after the AGM.

Mar 31

Time for trails to come out!


Hey everyone!!

It is that time of year to plan our stake removal so the landowners can start to work their fields.

Bruce and Todd were out on Easter Sunday and pulled about 400 stakes! They are easy to remove now, so it is the optimum time to finish this job.

The plan is to have a few work teams out for this weekend:

Saturday April 2nd 9-3pm.
Sunday April 3rd 9-1pm.
Meeting location is at the HSR barn for 9am.

If you have an ATV and ATV buggies that you can tow behind to carry the stakes, please let us know.

Once stakes are pulled they will be left at roadside locations, so for those that have a pick up truck that can pick up the stakes and bring them back to the barn that would be a big help!

Bring your packed lunch and work gloves.

If you are able to help us out, please let us know on here, or you can email maureen@snowroamers.com
Thank you! :)

Mar 28

Next meeting March 29th

7:00PM at the Hillsburgh Arena, upstairs. Come out and see what’s happened, what’s happening and what we plan to happen!!

Mar 10

It’s a wrap.


Well it’s hard to shut down a season that never got started. What a disappointing riding season for our members and our volunteers. However there are many positives to take from this season for the club. The club is strong and the executive team is already looking forward to next year.
Our super-volunteers, Bruce and Todd really brought their A game to all of their efforts. They brought on new volunteers that dove right in to help out and our returning volunteers kept bringing the enthusiasm and great effort that we’ve come to appreciate so much over the years. Thanks to you all.

As always our landowners have our gratitude and appreciation for their generosity in allowing us the privilege to install our trails on their land. Our local business partners and supporters have our gratitude as well and we hope we can continue to work together.
Thanks to the Credit River Conservation and Grand River Conservation Authorities for working with us for another season of use of the Elora-Cataract trailway as well.

And finally thanks to our permit purchasing members and riders of our trails. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we waited and waited for Mother Nature and Old Man Winter to get their act together. Sadly El Nino had other plans for us. This makes the second time we’ve had a “non season” since 2011. Lets hope these are anomalies and next year winter comes back in a form we can recognize.

There are still meetings and work days to come so please stay tuned for dates, times and details.

Have a safe and fun spring/summer and check in on us from time to time. We’ll try to keep the page lively thru the off season.


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