"Celebrating 35 years of organized snowmobiling with the OFSC"
Old Hastings Snow Riders
::: 2017-05-24
OHSR Work BEE on Sunday, May 28, 2017
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::: 2017-05-23
Next general Meeting Monday, June 19 2017
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::: 2017-04-06
Old Hastings Snow Riders Annual Appreciation Dinner APRIL 22, 2017
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::: 2017-04-06
OHSR Annual General Meeting April 22, 2017 Coe HILL
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::: 2017-03-20
OHSR General Meeting March 20, 2017
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::: 2017-02-23
ALL OHSR Trails closed!
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::: 2017-02-19
Tempoarily delayed ***OHSR Need help getting Trails cleared!!!***
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::: 2017-02-19
Next General Meeting for Club March 20, 2017
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Your Permit Dollars

Ontario snowmobile clubs pay for grooming by selling trail permits. Both your local club and the OFSC are non-profit organizations with a mandate to put as much of your permit money as possible to work on the trails you ride.

Remember, unlike some other jurisdictions which provide sled registration or gas tax rebates to help fund trails, Ontario clubs depend on permit sales to pay their costs. Ontario law says that a Snowmobile Trail Permit is required for recreational snowmobiling on Prescribed Trails operated by the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC).

 

Use Trail at Your Own Risk

 

 

 

are your kids trained?

 

Entering  'Bancroft ' as your location on the map will give you the option of choosing OLD HASTINGS SNOW RIDERS as your club

OFSC website
The OHSR Snowmobile Club is supporting and promoting our local Tour Loop. Click here to see the map  
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