ALL NBSC TRAILS NOW 'UNAVAILABLE"
The Annual General Meeting of the North Bay Snowmobilers Club will be held at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 24th, 2013 at The Portage (Peninsula Road at Northshore Road) for the purpose of nominating and electiing the Club's Executive and Board of Directors. Please mark your calendars and plan to attend.
NBSC has recently completed the construction of a new 30' long replacement bridge on TOP AD, just south of Four Mile Lake Road and a second 40' long one also on TOP AD just north of the A102Q intersection.
Great news that the application by the Mattawa and Area Snowmobile Club to the NNTA-OFSC for designation of NB301 and MA105 as a TOP Collector Trail has recently been approved.
The new 95 km long trail will known as A112A as it connects between TOP A at Mattawa to the TOP A2 trail. NBSC will continue to retain the old NB301 signs for this season to assist riders with older Trail Maps.
This new designation will likely improve funding opportunities for new bridges.
Unfortunately NBSC wasn’t awarded a new groomer by the OFSC but we were pleased to see that our neiighbouring club, West Nipissing S.C. was successful.
A lot of work the Club did before last season has really paid off. The ditching and flattening of the cross slopes on the TOP AD hill north of Highway 63 has improved that difficult climb. We installed ice-picks on the ‘North’ groomer as backup insurance as we have been stuck on that steep ‘S’-hill previously.
The widening and flattening of the TOP A2 trail behind the Nordic Ski Club has provided a noticeable improvement to that heavily used trail.
The loggers have just completed a major widening of the first 2 kms of NB302 to Turtle Lake and that work will really open up that run.
We are in need of Groomer Operators for both the Redbridge and Conewango area. If you have experience operating heavy equipment with hydraulic attachments and would be interested in volunteering, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This site should be your first stop before heading out to play on some of the "Greatest Snow on Earth". We will roll out the white carpet for you and your family and friends and provide you with all the information you need to plan your way through our winter wonderland of snow-sculpted forests and frozen lakes. It's pure excitement!
Our club pays for the grooming of our extensive, exciting trail system by selling Trail Permits, so in order to keep your favourite North Bay trails in top condition, please purchase your permit from NBSC.
Those who are currently members of our club, thank you for your ongoing support. Feel free to send us your comments, or provide us with your email address so that we can keep in contact with you about upcoming news, events, trail conditions.
If you are not yet a member of our Club, we encourage you to buy your next OFSC Trail Permit from the North Bay Snowmobilers Club. In the meantime, send us your email address or join our Facebook group and we will keep you advised of our events and trail conditions so you can see what you're missing.
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The North Bay Snowmobilers Club