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HEAD OUT ON YOUR NEXT SNOWMOBILE RIDE WITH US

WE ARE

BLUE MOUNTAIN SNOWDRIFTERS

Welcome to the Blue Mountain Snowdrifters Snowmobile Club!

Nestled in beautiful Simcoe County, we are part of the OFSC's District 8. We offer over 100km of professionally groomed trails for a safe family experience within a reasonable driving distance from Toronto. 

Snowmobiling is recognized as Ontario's premier recreation and tourism experience. Our mission is to provide well maintained snowmobile trails for OFSC members and to promote winter tourism in our community.

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The best way to understand the trail system, to truly become an expert, is to get out there with our club in the Fall when we clear brush, build bridges and mark the routes. It's also an excellent way to meet like-minded riders and get the inside scoop on some of the better trails and little known destinations. 

You don't even have to be a snowmobiler to volunteer. Anyone who wants to contribute to the betterment of our community can help.

So if you enjoy the outdoors, working on team projects and like to socialize, contact us to join the adventure.

Why Volunteer?
  • Make new friends and trail companions

  • Preserve the sport for future generations

  • Learn new skills or use your creative talents

What We Need Help With:
  • Trail clearing and marking

  • Equipment operators and maintenance

  • Sign installers and removers

  • Special / Club Events

  • Media Relations Co-ordinator

We're so glad you want to help the Blue Mountain Snowdrifters Snowmobile Club!
We can't wait to meet you.

Click below and give us a few details and we will get back to you.
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SNOWCIAL DISTANCING

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WHERE WE RIDE

KNOW BEFORE YOU GO.

Check the trail status to be sure the trails are open. Red means CLOSED. Although it may appear there is enough snow for sledding, please respect the private property owners who are gracious enough to allow us access to their land. Snow may not be the only reason a trail is closed.

PLEASE RESPECT OUR LANDOWNERS AND STAY ON THE TRAIL

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Snowmobiling is a popular winter activity in Ontario. Just remember that operating a snowmobile in the wilderness is very different from driving a car on a paved road. There are different rules and risks. Follow these tips for preparing and operating your vehicle to help keep you and others safe.

 

What You’ll Need

To operate a snowmobile in Ontario, you must:

  • Have and carry a valid driver’s license or motorized snow vehicle operator’s license (MSVOL)

  • Carry proof of snowmobile ownership and proof of insurance

  • Have a valid Snowmobile Trail Permit affixed to your sled when on trails

  • Wear an approved snowmobile helmet for the operator and passengers

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DRIVER DOCUMENTS

Make sure you have a valid trail permit. The trails are patrolled by the OPP and they will stop you to check your permit, vehicle ownership, driver's license and insurance.

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BY-LAWS

Familiarize yourself with the local by-laws for on street riding as well as what routes are allowed for accessing the local trail system. 

STAGING AREAS

Depending on where you are staying while visiting Collingwood, you may not have direct trail access. We are fortunate to be able to supply 2 staging areas. Please be advised that there is no overnight parking on any Town street or Municipal Lot from December 1st to March 31st.

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Staging Area 1

Staging Area 2

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Register today at:
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