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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR IMPORTANT TRAIL REROUTE !

After over a year of planning with appreciation of support from the Town of
Gravenhurst and the MNRF,we have just received a work permit to reroute a
approx. 1.5km section of trail on to Municipal and MNRF property. This is
GREAT NEWS for sledders travelling in our area!
This reroute will remove C101D trail from the Osprey swamp, by
reestablishing the old snowmobile trail from years ago. The last 2 years,
our groomer has not been able to cross the Osprey swamp which is now about
12 feet deep with flowing water. The Osprey swamp has been responsible for
delay in opening C101D and early closure of the trail.
If you are able to help PLEASE let us know AND stay tuned to our FB page or this forum for
any updates. We will provide a map of the location on FB and on this forum later. See below
for more info.
Trail Work Date: Saturday Novemmber 14, 2015, rain or shine.

Time: 8am to late afternoon.
Location: Osprey Drive / Turtle Lake Road area
Meeting place at 8am: Snowcrest Snowmobile Staging area off of hwy 169, near
Residence Inn.
What to Bring: Appropriate attire, manual pole saws, and other brushing gear
as well as items to spend the day.
We will have certified chainsaw operators, and a small rubber tracked
excavator to help with the labour.

   If we do not have enough support, we will have to cancel the excavator rental first thing Thursday morning. This is a time sensitive project with MNRF date restrictions, so we need support to get this done.

CONTACT US AT OUR EMAIL ADDRESS: snowcrest@vianet.ca  

 

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