Annual General Meeting and Landowner Appreciation Dinner

Annual General Meeting and Landowner Appreciation Dinner Our Annual General Meeting with be held at 3:00 pm September 22nd at the Royal Canadian Legion in Wilberforce (1007 Burleigh Road ). All are welcome and encouraged to attend. There will be […]

Rob Knapton stepping down

Rob Knapton, our Grooming Coordinator for the past two seasons, has decided to step down to pursue other activities. The club would like to thank Rob for his work, both on the trails during the grooming season as well as […]

Monthly Meeting – Sept. 13th NKCC

Our monthly meeting, all welcome and encouraged to attend. September 13th at 6:00 pm at the North Kawartha Community Center in Apsley

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Paudash Trail Blazers

4 days 3 hours ago

Another great session at the Paudash Gym! Only 150m left on our first pass for the new route to join Anderson rd/118 to the Rail Trail. Thanks to all that came out. GREAT turnout and great bunch of guys and gals to work with. Nice to see more new volunteers. Next work date TBD.

Paudash Trail Blazers

1 week 2 days ago

For those that don't know Mason hill, it is very steep, difficult to go up in a groomer and sometimes challenging to climb even on a sled. It's on the E109 on the border of our club and Maple Leaf SC. After much planning to try and rework Mason hill an opportunity presented itself to totally bypass and do a total reroute. Property owner Harold McAdams was having logging done at Mason Hill so the Paudash club contacted the logging co. owner Nathan Mieske of Mieske logging to extend the work to include connecting the logging trail as a reroute connection to our existing trail network as well as bulldozing over to the bailey bridge at the mill. After more than TWO decades a challenging area has been transformed into a beautiful trail which will allow earlier grooming with less snow getting our members on trail sooner and safer! A HUGE effort by many involved for the sake of our sport. Thanks Harold for allowing us to rework the trail on your property and Mieske logging for doing this job at a really really good price. Gerald and I drove UP the new trail today in my truck with road tires!! Yes ..its THAT GOOD! 10 inches of snow will make this trail connection an EARLY season open trail...as well as Elephant lake rd. trail! NOW...if we can get some bulldozing done on Top E from Harcourt...we could get it open earlier too...the condition it is in now requires a good 2 feet of snow. One step at a time eh!! We are winning!! Thanks Don for getting this all arranged and writing this update.

Paudash Trail Blazers

1 week 3 days ago

Awesome day of very important work to get this Top E bridge resurfaced. These volunteers have extended the life of this crucial bridge for snowmobilers and the club as the cost to replace this bridge will be astronomical someday. 14 structural 4x6x12 ft. replaced, 900 ft. of 2x10x16 ft. put down to resurface, half a dozen 6x6 pylon supports replaced and wielded guard rails that were broken. All in one day by 5 guys!!! Thank you Gerald Daviau, Ron Rutherford, Todd Watling, Don Soucie, Phil Lalonde and a special thanks to Carl at Harcourt Timbermart for giving us a great deal on the materials and prompt delivery, and Rob McClaren from Pine Grove Point Park who brought his own equipment to grade the hill approaching the bridge making it much easier to access with materials and much better to groom this section of trail going forward.

Paudash Trail Blazers

1 week 4 days ago

Let's hope so!

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Paudash Trail Blazers

1 week 6 days ago

More volunteers out earlier this week. Don and Gerald for fixing up a culvert and section of trail on the Elephant Lake Rd Trail on Monday. Also thanks our to the Ron and Ron who fixed up the a bunch of damaged siding at the clubhouse. Link below to our upcoming work dates.

http://www.paudashtrailblazers.on.ca/events-and-keep-informed/

Paudash Trail Blazers

2 weeks 1 day ago

Paudash Trail Blazers Volunteer Work Days Notice #2 -

Paudash Trail Blazers

2 weeks 3 days ago

Paudash Trail Blazers

2 weeks 3 days ago

608 blazing the new route to join Anderson rd/118 to the Rail Trail. Old section was lost last season when access was cut off. Making great progress. Thanks to all that came out and Highlands East for paying for the land survey. Nice to see 2 new volunteers come out. Back in two weeks, sign up to get volunteer emails and keep informed.

Paudash Trail Blazers

2 weeks 4 days ago

AGM and Landowner / Volunteer Appreciation Dinner -