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Don't make us look bad.
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Sundridge
Bylaw 94-003

SNOWDRIFTER TRAIL STATUS: GREEN

Check out the online OFSC trail guide.
The OFSC guide is updated on a regular basis, daily if necessary.



The section of the C104D near Lynch Lake will be closed
during grooming operations with the following reroute to
keep snowmobile traffic moving.

From the north: Paisley Road to Forest Lake Road to Lynch Lake Road to trail.
From the south: Lynch Lake Road to Forest Lake Road to Paisley Road to trail.

We ask riders to obey volunteers stationed at either end of this section of
trail during grooming.


The township of Strong has offered
TRUCK and TRAILER PARKING in SUNDRIDGE

It is a plowed area in front of the Strong Municipal office,
with access off Hwy 124.



Read the latest study on snowmobiling and health.

ofscgo snowmobiling ontarioDO NOT DRINK AND DRIVE
buy where you ride




The Near North Snowdrifters would like to thank
Bergstrom Skegs who have donated a free pair of carbides.
We will be giving them away in a draw this season,
stay tuned for details.
Bergstrom Skegs have also donated
Trail Grabber traction aids for use on our club sled.


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