Trail Updates

We’re taking full advantage of the unusually warm December weather to clear some new trails. If you’d like to help us make this season the best ever, please go to our volunteers section and see how you can help!

Trail Conditions

Hi Everyone,
So far still no snow and still no frost in the ground. We need to be patient and we hope that the weather forecast is right, lots of snow in January. So get your snowmobile ready, buy a permit and the renewal sticker so that you are good to go out when the snow arrives.

West Carleton Snowmobile Trails Association announces 2011 landowner appreciation draw winners

For immediate release;
Nov. 7, 2011

West Carleton Snowmobile Trails Association Announces 2011 Landowner Appreciation Draw Winners

As the board of directors of the West Carleton Snowmobile Trails Association gear up for another winter of fun on the trails, they are pleased to announce the winners of the 2011 landowner appreciation draw.

Landowners form the backbone of organized snowmobiling in Ontario. Without their commitment and generosity, much of the 34,000 km. Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Club’s trail system would not be possible. Landowners receive no compensation, so in this sense, they too, are an integral part of the voluntary system that makes organized snowmobiling work in Ontario.

First prize in this year’s draw, sponsored by Ward 5 Councillor El-Chantiry and Valley Rent Rite in was a Husqvarna Model 445 chainsaw with a retail value of $469.99. The lucky winner was Doug Craig of Deer Run Rd. in Pakenham. Read more

Annual General Meeting – Wed. October 26, 2011

The 2011 Annual General Meeting (AGM) for the West Carleton Snowmobile Trails Association will be held on Wed. October 26th at The Sports Bar above the W. Erskine Arena in Carp. We encourage everyone to attend – in fact this year, WCSTA sweat shirts will be given to AGM attendees! Elections for club executive and board of directors will be held. Permit holders and club members may be nominated. This is an excellent opportunity to get involved, or just learn a bit more about the club and opportunities to get involved. We hope to see you there!

West Carleton snowmobile trails are now closed

We would like to thank the countless landowners, volunteers, permit holders and supporters of the West Carleton Snowmobile trails for making this another great snowmobile season. Despite mother nature challenging us with a mixed bag of weather this year, we’ve had feedback that our trails were in possibly the best condition in years. With your support, we are committed to trying to make even more improvements for the 2011/2012 snowmobile season!