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The snowmobiling season is done, but that means boating and fishing is upon us! ๐Ÿ’š
We never forget to sponsor local all year around!! ๐Ÿซถ๐ŸผFree Fishing weekend! ๐ŸŸWe have minnows and worms๐Ÿชฑ
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The snowmobiling season is done, but that means boating and fishing is upon us! ๐Ÿ’š
We never forget to sponsor local all year around!! ๐Ÿซถ๐Ÿผ

Message from our supporter:
Royal Distributing's BIGGEST sale of the season is ON! ๐Ÿ”ฅ
Don't miss out on their famous Tent Sale happening NOW until April 23rd! Save the tax on EVERYTHING in-store and online (www.royaldistributing.com)!
Plus, grab an extra 50% OFF on all red tag items when you buy one!
Hurry and shop now before the deals disappear!
(By clicking the above link you will be taken to a third party site.)
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The provincial OFSC trail system is now officially closed for the 2022-23 season. Thanks to all the volunteers, landowners and snowmobilers who contributed to providing recreational snowmobile trails for all to enjoy! ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you for an amazing year with some of best trails I’ve road on in many years.

The stakes have been removed from the lakes and the trails are now red/closed until next season! ๐Ÿฅฒ

Thank you to all the volunteers for keeping the trails intact this year and thank you to all the riders, near and far, for coming and enjoying the north! ๐Ÿฅฐ

ร€ la prochaine! Until next time!!

Sudbury Trail Plan
The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs - OFSC
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The stakes have been removed from the lakes and the trails are now red/closed until next season! ๐Ÿฅฒ

Thank you to all the volunteers for keeping the trails intact this year and thank you to all the riders, near and far, for coming and enjoying the north! ๐Ÿฅฐ

ร€ la prochaine! Until next time!!

Sudbury Trail Plan
The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs - OFSC

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Great job Onaping Falls High Riders Snowmobile Club , thank you! ๐Ÿ˜Š

Wonderful job and great season๐Ÿ’š

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Thank you to all the volunteers for a great season !!!!!! We had alot of fun on the trails this year cannot wait for next season

๐Ÿฐ Happy Easter to all of our volunteers.

The April 12th meeting is to be held at the Windy Lake Motel at 7:00 PM.

Hope to see you there!!

Thanks,
Onaping Falls High Riders Snowmobile Club
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๐Ÿฐ Happy Easter to all of our volunteers. 

The April 12th meeting is to be held at the Windy Lake Motel at 7:00 PM. 

Hope to see you there!! 

Thanks,
Onaping Falls High Riders Snowmobile Club

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The Onaping Falls News paper copies are out in the community today! You can pick one up at the Valu Mart, Dowling Post Office, Leisure Centre and Library, Lions Club, Golden Age Club, Onaping Kwikway, Cobis, Legion Branch 503, Credit Union, Mini Mart, Levack I.DA. Pharmacy, Onaping Library, Levack Home Hardware and the Windy Lake Restaurant! Your online issue will be available on Saturday!! ENJOY!!
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Just amazing! Once again, THANK YOU to all of our sponsors, our volunteers and all of you riders out there! The Ride The North poker run with Onaping Falls High Riders Snowmobile Club and Northbound Sno Drifters Snowmobile Club was a HUGE Success! As you know, 20% of the proceeds went directly to our local food banks, half to Falls Food, and half to the Chelmsford food bank, with a total of $2080 donated. You are all amazing!!!! Can't wait to see you next year!!!! Sudbury Trail Plan The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs - OFSC ... See MoreSee Less

Just amazing! Once again, THANK YOU to all of our sponsors, our volunteers and all of you riders out there! The Ride The North poker run with Onaping Falls High Riders Snowmobile Club and Northbound Sno Drifters Snowmobile Club was a HUGE Success! As you know, 20% of the proceeds went directly to our local food banks, half to Falls Food, and half to the Chelmsford food bank, with a total of $2080 donated.  You are all amazing!!!!  Cant wait to see you next year!!!! Sudbury Trail Plan The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs - OFSC

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Wow! That's awesome!

Great work

Wicked ๐Ÿ‘

Want to enjoy some March riding this weekend but don't have a permit? No problem! Go to permits.ofsc.on.ca/ and grab your Multi Day Permit. It's emailed to you at time of purchase so you can order, print and ride on the same day. ... See MoreSee Less

Join us for our monthly meeting - Wednesday March 15th at the Windy Lake Motel & Restaurant at 7pm!!
Makes a good reason to go for an evening ride! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ
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Join us for our monthly meeting - Wednesday March 15th at the Windy Lake Motel & Restaurant at 7pm!! 
Makes a good reason to go for an evening ride! ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ

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How are the trails up that way ?

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THANK YOU PRIVATE LANDOWNERS

OFSC clubs are the front line of contact with our landowners. These landowners give clubs permission for snowmobile-only, winter-only, OFSC Prescribed Trails on their private property for our recreational enjoyment. That permission is a privilege to be cherished, not a right to be taken for granted. Every snowmobile trail rider should be grateful for and respectful of the generosity of our landowners.
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Found a battery on windy lake. Let Jesse Hayes know if your missing one. Describe it to claim! Please share! ... See MoreSee Less

For the convenience and comfort of snowmobilers, OFSC clubs install all kinds of trail signs for guidance and information, as well as field stakes and lake markers. With an estimated life-expectancy of 10 to 15 years each, that means about 10 to 15% of all trail signs may require replacement every year for regular upkeep, but that percentage can more than double with so many signs being put up and taken down seasonally, stolen or vandalized.

A trail sign as simple as a regular โ€œSTOPโ€ can cost up to $30 each including post and hardware, while stakes can run $7 to $10 each. While bulk buying reduces the per unit cost, trail signs are a significant trail asset both in terms of their monetary value and their service to riders.

How well do you know your trail signs? Hereโ€™s how to make the most of the signs you see on OFSC trails (www.northernontario.travel/snowmobiling/a-rider-s-guide-to-ontario-snowmobile-trail-signs), and while youโ€™re at it, find out more about whatโ€™s involved in signing OFSC trails (intrepidsnowmobiler.com/signs-on-snowmobile-trails/)!
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