ABOUT US

Comprising Simcoe County and what is historically known as "Huronia", OFSC District 8 is consistently blessed with an abundance of lake effect snow due to its close proximity to Georgian Bay. This popular winter playground located west of Lake Simcoe encompasses breathtaking outlooks of the picturesque Niagara Escarpment and connects many well serviced rural and lakeshore communities with its over 1300km of scenic trails. 

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©2020 by Blue Mountain Snow Drifters Snowmobile Club

Welcome to the Blue Mountain Snowdrifters Snowmobile Club Website. Our club is part of the OFSC, and we are a member of M.O.S.T. within District #8.

 

M.O.S.T is an association of 10 snowmobile clubs located in District 8 of the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs.  The 10 member clubs are: Barrie Snowmobile Club, Bonsecour Track & Trail Snowmobile Club, Blue Mountain Snowdrifters, Carden Sno Drifters, Georgian Bay Snowriders, Kawartha Lakes Snowmobile Club, Orillia District Snowmobile Club, Osprey Snowhawks, Sno Voyageurs Club, and the Wasaga Snowmobile Club. Our area is blessed with an abundance of snow due to our close proximity to Georgian Bay, and those great Northwesterly winds we receive in the winter which create snow squalls capable of dumping huge amounts of snow.

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Many sections of our trail system are multi-use. So please be prepared to expect & respect others on our trails.

The clubs groom, brush and maintain almost over 1,000 kms of trails using a variety of industrial groomers. 

The majority of the grooming will occur at night, but in order to groom all of the trails several times per week the groomers are out at all hours day & night. Be prepared to stop and let them pass.

Is an association of 10 snowmobile clubs located in District 8 of the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs....

Keep up to date with the latest Club Updates, Club Events and Meetings 

Find quick access to our local trail guides along with local by-laws for getteing yiur snowmobile to the trails.

They say it takes a village to raise a child and it takes a community of volunteers to continue to maintain and grow this great club