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Even when snowmobile season is over club volunteers are working hard at checking bridges,retrieving stakes and doing some general trail maintenance in anticipation fir next season. ... See MoreSee Less
☀️ May meeting announcement 💐
Please note that our May meeting will be held at Kelly's Family Diner in Cartier on Wednesday May 11th. As it is our last meeting of the season we are planning on having dinner at Kelly's prior to the meeting. We will meet for dinner at 5:30PM. Meeting will follow at 7:00PM.
Please let us know if you will meet us for dinner before this coming Friday May 6th, as we need to provide Kelly's with advance notice of the number of people for dinner. Spouses or partners are welcome to attend.
Thanks and see you there for the finale,
Onaping Falls High Riders Snowmobile Club ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Easter everybody!!! ... See MoreSee Less
So what does the end of another snowmobiling season mean? For most snowmobilers, it’s the time to put away your sled and trailer. But for the snowmobilers who are also club volunteers, it’s the time to “put away” their trails. In many OFSC districts, this takes almost as much time and effort as it does to get trails ready each fall. For the 60% of OFSC Prescribed Trails on private property, putting away a trail means returning it to its non-winter status. This includes closing gates, installing fencing, putting up “Trail Closed” signs, and whatever else landowners may request to protect their property from unauthorized access. Sometimes, a similar process may be required on Crown Land, especially if the trail is designated for winter use only, and the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) wants to limit access in other seasons for safety, conservation or commercial reasons. So signs are removed until the next winter comes. Whatever the reasons for putting away a trail at season’s end, remember that the work of club volunteers isn’t over just because your winter is. So why not lend a hand to your local club? ... See MoreSee Less
We remind community members that OFSC trails CANNOT be used by ATV’s, dirt bikes or side-by-sides (ORV’s).
The trails were established for snowmobiles and require property owner permissions.
Permission is not granted to the public to trespass on their property after the snow has melted.
GSPS Rural Officers will continue enforcement. With the help of game cameras, trespassers will be identified and charged under the Trespass to Property Act.
If a rider cannot be identified, the owner of the ORV will be charged.
OFSC trails are maintained by volunteers. Please be respectful.
There is Crown land available north of Sudbury.
Visit the Interactive Trail Guide: ofsc.evtrails.com/#
ATV by-law for Greater Sudbury: www.greatersudbury.ca/city-hall/by-laws/atv-by-law/ ... See MoreSee Less
The April meeting will be held next Wednesday April 13th at the Windy Lake Motel at 7:00PM.
Look forward to seeing everybody there.
Onaping Falls High Riders Snowmobile Club ... See MoreSee Less
Following a successful Landowner Appreciation Week, the OFSC wants to thank snowmobilers for their cooperation this winter. We’re pleased to report that this season, you’ve helped us make noticeable progress in our collective initiative to respect landowners and protect their property. Many OFSC districts are reporting a significant decrease in landowner issues this past winter, along with a reduction in tracks off trail on private land.
Our ultimate goal is to make trespassing on private property and entering prohibited areas as unacceptable socially as it is legally, and with your help, it looks like we’ve already starting to see behavioural change on the snow. ... See MoreSee Less
That's it for another year. All stakes and signs removed from Windy Lake. Thanks to our good friend and club volunteer from Windsor Jim Zaitz for lending g a helping hand. ... See MoreSee Less
I bring 8-10 riders up each year. Some new to the area and some that returning as they realize what a gem the Onaping Falls area and the trails are. The trails, Windy Lake Motel and people make for a fantastic few days of riding. Thank you for all the work you put into our season! It's appreciated more than you know. So proud to be from Onaping!
Great job guys till next year
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Can’t wait to see you next season! Thank you to all of the volunteers who make this possible! And thank you to all the riders who make this worth volunteering for!Thank you all for a great 2022 season!!!
As of today, all of the Sudbury Trail Plan trails have been made UNAVAILABLE (RED) on The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs - OFSC ITG due to rapidly deteriorating trail conditions with the warm and wet weather. Lake stakes are being pulled and gates will be closed in short order. Please note that many of our trails cross private land and using the trails at this point is trespassing and risks us loosing future trail permissions.
We would all like to thank all our clubs, volunteers, landowners, businesses, groomer operators and staff and YOU - our riders!
Although the trails are closed, we continue working behind the scenes to upgrade and update our infrastructure to bring you an even better experience next year !
Summer well and don't forget to check in on your sled every now and then over the summer - it's thinking about you too! 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less
Sadly, with the warm weather a lot of trails around us a shutting down for the season, please refer to ITG before you head out! On a good note though, there’s still time to order some swag, just hit up Lianne for prices and orders! Touques, tshirts, and more available! And the proceeds go to help us keep the clubs going! ... See MoreSee Less
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Good morning Sudbury and happy #Wednesday. Please drive according to weather conditions. 🌫
We remind snowmobile enthusiasts to be extra cautious when snowmobiling on waterways this time of year, as the weather gets warmer. No ice is safe ice. 🚫🧊
We’d also like to remind students in grades 1-12 that there is still time to submit your poster or photo for our #PolarPlunge contest. Awesome prizes to be won 🎉 Details here: www.gsps.ca/en/news/polar-plunge-poster-and-photo-contest.aspx# ... See MoreSee Less
Just an idea of what the touques look like!!!
25$ each! Send me, Lianne, a message if you’d like one… or five! 😂
*cut off for touques AND shirt order is Friday, March 18th 8pm ... See MoreSee Less
Ohhhh Tosha will definitely be needing one of these!
Hey everybody! Our friends at Glencore asked us to pass along a message about some unfortunate trespassing on their property, please remember to keep giving snowmobiles a good name and stay off private land without permission. Please pass on the message. ... See MoreSee Less
Is it the red dot or the entire yellow trail that's off limits?
Northbound Sno Drifters and Onaping Falls High Riders are very proud to present Easter Seals Snowarama with a cheque for
Our Ride the North Poker Run committee would like to express a special thanks to all of our participants, our sponsors and our dedicated volunteers for making this donation possible!
#EasterSeals100Years ... See MoreSee Less
Hello my fellow outdoors people! Lianne here! 👋🏼
A while ago, we put out feelers for SWAG! Well, we’re going ahead with shirts! BUT it’s by order only as it’s only the start! 😁
Each shirt will have the OFHR club logo on the left chest and the moose loop logo on the back! All cotton materials.
Pricing is as follows:
T-shirts (25$), long sleeve T-shirts (30$), crew neck sweatshirts (40$), pull over hoodies (45$), zip up hoodies (55$)
Available in black, grey, light blue, light pink.
Sizes from xs-4xl
To place an order please send ME, Lianne, a message on Facebook. Orders must be placed before March 18th. Payment and delivery will be discussed in the conversation.
If you have any questions, comments or concerns, don’t hesitate to bring them up!
Be in touch with you soon! ✌🏼 ... See MoreSee Less
OFSC District 9's 2017 Husky is taking a little road trip today to the Hornpayne area of District 15 to help them finish out their season. This is groomer sharing and your permit dollars at work! #weareasone The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs - OFSC Northern Corridor du Nord Snowmobile Association ... See MoreSee Less