April 1, 2002 - Well..to sum it up it was a crappy year..didn't manage to put over 1000 miles on the sled and only rode a groomed trail once. Guess we can look forward to next year.
March 28, 2002 - Trails are down. Snow is dissappearing very quickly, riding is not very easy anymore. Safety course went well, 13 participants this season. Hav a good summer, watch here for annoucement pertaining to next season near the end of summer!
Febuary 10, 2002 - Trails are up and running...some changes to our trail system this year due to fencing. Northern section has had a little re-routing done and makes a nice ride. Averging about 10-12" of snow in most part with more in the hills...SAFETY COURSE - scheduled for Feb. 21/2002, contact a member or email us!
January 2, 2002 - Happy New Year! - Safety Course is tentatively scheduled for January 13, 2002, email us for more info
- DERBY INFO! - January 20, registration from 9am - 11 am, 70 mile loop, tentative on conditions, email for more info
December 25, 2001 - Merry Christmas! The club is giving FREE snowmobile rides at the community center on New Year's Day (Jan 1/02)
December 21, 2001 - 6" of the white stuff fell on Friday...check condition section for info..
- Safety course is scheduled for January 13/02, Phone one of the executive members or email us for info or registration
December 17, 2001 - Roughly 5" of snow in the area, but fields are not passable. We need snow! If you know where someone has too much, please email us!
- Snowmobile Safety Course up and running, need to regester? Email us for more info
December 11, 2001 - some snow in the area but not enough yet...welcome our new executive!
October 1, 2001 - air's getting a little colder, dunno about you, but I'm ready to ride...trying to get a safety course going a little earily this year, hopefully by mid November to early December we'll have one running
We started out in the early 80's, and have grown to be a incorporated club based out of Canora, Saskatchewan. Our club
boasts a membership of over 25 familes and individuals, plus the support of many local businesses. We upkeep over 50 miles of
trails, are a member of the Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association, and a contributing member to the community. Fuel and
accomidations are located trail side. Need more information? Don't hesitate to email the webmaster