Georgian Bay Snowriders trails closed !!!

Due to the tremendous amount of snow received in the past few days, the  Georgian Bay Snowriders’ trails in Midland, Penetanguishene, Tiny and Tay have been temporarily closed.
Extreme  drifts of snow have caused extreme hazardous conditions on many of their trails.  Time is needed for the groomers to get out and maintain the  trails.
For your safety, the trails are closed!
Please refer to the Interactive Trails Guide at   www.ofsc.on.ca or to our website   www.georgianbaysnowriders.com for information when the trails will be reopened.
We thank you for your patience.
Mike Lauder
Vice President – Georgian Bay Snowriders Co-Chairman – Snowmobile Ride For Dad

Georgian Bay Snowriders OFSC trail now open!!

Wow!   Great News!!   The Trails are OPEN!!!
 
The  Georgian Bay  Snowriders have been working hard, over 160 hours of grooming time spent in the last week preparing trails.  And now they are ready for you to  enjoy.
But please ride with caution and be safe throughout the Christmas holiday.
Please respect our landowners by staying on the marked trail.

Volunteers are required!!

We have two great events coming up in early February.
Midland Winterfest – Puddlejumps on February 1st. 
Call Pat Murray  (705) 529-3307 to volunteer and to register.

Snowmobile Ride for Dad on February 8th.
Go to www.RideForDad.ca to register and call Mike Lauder (705) 220-0422 to volunteer
Please mark your calendars, these events you don’t want to miss.

The GBSR Volunteers Group make a great community!

For up to date status of other OFSC snowmobile trails, check the interactive OFSC website www.ofsc.on.ca.