New A trail signing work party – Saturday Dec. 5th


When: Saturday Dec. 5 at 11:00am – 2:00pm
Where: Timmins Road 1 KM off Kinburn Side Road (near Pakenham)

Hello Sledders.

We need some help putting trail signs up on our brand new A trails that was just cut. Amazing new section of trail. Come out and help for 2-3 hours. Meet at Timmins Road just off Kinburn Side Road. We will send one group around to Rock Coady Trail to start at the other end after we meet up. We will have all supplies.

Come and walk the new trail !

Four wheelers and walking in will work great, a little bit of mud at Timmins entrance but great at the other end.

Bring cordless drill with robertson bit. Some water on trail so wear rubber boots.

Thanks 🙂 Scott


OFSC Signage Course – Sept 23rd

OFSC Signage Course - Sept 23rd


trail signage

On Tuesday September 23rd at 7:30pm West Carleton Snowmobile Trails Association will be giving an OFSC Signage Course, to run thru all the do’s and don’ts of installing signs, distances to install them at etc. We are being hosted by the Greystone Grill in Constance Bay.

If you’ve wondered about helping with signing our trails, and want to participate, please come and meet some of the other signage volunteers. If you’re already a signage volunteer, it’s a good chance to get updated on any signage requirements (risk management) changes, or refresh your memory!

Hope to see you then.

New volunteer opportunities

New volunteer opportunities

Trail Clearing Oct. 2012
We have recently completed a number of significant trail improvement projects, in no small part thanks to a handful of volunteers who faithfully show up to get things done. As the ground frost starts to move in we have trail markers and signage to put up, and some brushing and clearing of trails to do. We could really use your help – so that we can all be out riding when the snow is on the ground! Please contact us to be notified of upcoming events and activities.

Last season was particularly challenging with several wet and heavy snowfalls that brought down a lot of branches and trees on our trails. Huge thanks to the volunteers who put in hundreds of hours of work to get trails reopened each time, making for a great season. Helmets off to everyone who’s pitched in and given a hand!

We are always looking for new volunteers for the wide array of things that need to be done to provide great trails and club activities. Whether you have a few hours, or a day here and there, we really want to hear from you and know what you are able to contribute to make our club and our trails the best in Ontario.

If clearing trails or trail marking and signage isn’t your thing, there are lots of other opportunities to get involved and meet new people. Organizers, food preparation and staff for events such as our poker run are always welcome, or people to help manage other club affairs are needed too. Just let us know your skills or interests.

Volunteering for the club is a great way to meet like-minded people, make friends – and is also a fun way for high school students to get their volunteer hours.

For more information, please contact us. We look forward to meeting you!