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Trail Conditions
General Conditions
    Trails have CLOSED!!! Mild weather and Rain upon us, please stay off trails to preserve what little base have left!

    Hopefully colder weather and more snow arrive soon.

    Thanks to all the land owners for allowing us to cross their land, and thanks to all the Volunteers who help the club in any way!

    Please, No ATVs on the Trails!

    Sign theft costs lives, please leave signage in place!! It is there for everyones safety!!

    Our Volunteers Make It Happen
    Volunteers across Ontario dedicate their time to provide snowmobilers with great trails each winter and their work does not end there.
    From small to large projects, building and repairs, to landowner appreciation, OFSC Volunteers are busy all year long to benefit snowmobilers. THANKS to all the Volunteers!


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information of our Trail Groomers

Name  Status 
Trail 5 ALIVE
Trail 5-54 to HWY401
Trail 5-69
Trail 5-79 North
Trail 5-79 South
Trail 5-87 North
Trail 5-87 South
Trail 5-88 East
Trail 5-88 West
Trail 5-89
Trail 5-90
Updated: January 10, 2018 @ 2:44 PM

Trail Unavailable Trail is not open and are considered unsafe for travel
Limited Availability Trail is passable for marginal snowmobiling. Some trails may be closed, extra caution advised.
Available Trail is open for snowmobiling.
Not Reported Trail is not reported at this time.

The Trail Conditions posted here are for general information only and do not necessarily reflect the Trail Conditions at the time of your ride. Trail conditions are gathered from club volunteers and are valid only at the time of their observation. Their observations may not meet your expectations and conditions may vary from the time of posting. Trail Conditions may vary with the temperature, snow conditions, type of terrain and usage. Please exercise caution at all times and be prepared for the unexpected. Remember that the snowmobile trail is providing you with an off road experience . An off road experience indicates trails are not to a particular standard and are provided for the user's enjoyment and as such expect that the trail conditions will be an off road experience. The clubs post signs for your convenience and there is no guarantee that they will be there at any given time due to wind, rain and storms plus vandalism. Remember RIDE SAFE RIDE SOBER. Please respect private property by remaining on marked trails. Please check back frequently for updates.

PLEASE, do not remove trail signage as it is posted for your safety and protection. Signs that are removed can cause a serious injury or even death to those that use the trail.

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