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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.



Snowmobile truck and trailer parking is provided by the
Village of South River at Tom Thompson Park and on Hwy 124
between the Highlander Brewery & Coldwell Banker,
located across the Hwy from Sherri's Diner.
 
Both locations will be kept plowed throughout the winter.





Snowdrifter Trail Loops
Loops from 40 min to 3 hours in duration



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caution dog sledding
Please be aware of dog sledding in our area.
We share the trails.

ACCESS to the
Snowdrifter Trail System

  • Sundridge - The C104D enters Sundridge from
    the North West through the fairgrounds of the SSJ Arena.
    It crosses Hwy 124 at Albert Street and follows Main Street
    to the railroad tracks and down to Lake Bernard via Bernard Lake Rd.
    The C104D continues across Lake Bernard meets the NN400 and
    continues East to The Top D.
  • South River - The C105D runs through the Shell Station parking lot.
    West from the Shell to the arena parking lot, East from the Shell
    across Hwy 124 (formerly Hwy 11) to
    Montreal/Isabella/Ottawa Street(s) through South River.
  • Eagle Lake: The C105D crosses Eagle Lake, East/West, and the NN430
    exits the Lake on the North End.
  • Trout Creek: There is a feeder trail that runs East from Trout Creek
    to the Top D via Forestry Road to Main Street.

ROAD Running in the Snowdrifter Area:

Adjacent Clubs:
- North East - Bonfield Snowmobile Club
- North - South Shore Restoule Snowmobile Club
- South West - Magnetawan Ridge Runners
- South - Almaguin Snowmobile Club
- West - Argyle Riders

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