Northern Newfoundland Groomer Details

 

The Northern area covers trails from the Woody Point area to the St. Anthony area.

2018-2019 Season.

 

TableLands SnowRiders - Woody Point & Area. Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/418499498284565/

 

Feb. 15 – Groomed from Woody Point to Kennedy Lake Road, and back to Woody Point.

Feb. 12 – Tracked from Woody Point to Middle Brook and back to Woody Point.

Feb. 08 – Groomed from Glenburnie to Kennedy Lake Road and back to Woody Point.

Feb. 07 – Groomed from Woody Point to Glenburnie.

 

NorthWest Trackers Snowmobile Club – Hawkes Bay & Area. Join us on Facebook:- https://www.facebook.com/Northwest-Trackers-Snowmobile-Club-240500662775915/timeline/ 

 

Feb. 21 – Trail groomed from Hawkes Bay to New Power Line Road back to Hawkes Bay. CAUTION moose on the trails.

Feb. 19 – Trail groomed from Port Saunders to Eddies Cove Road.

Feb. 18 – Trail groomed from Hawkes Bay to Bakers Gulch, back to Hawkes Bay and on to Port Saunders. CAUTION moose on trail.

Feb. 12 – Trail groomed from Hawkes Bay to Gibbons Road and back to Hawkes Bay.

Feb. 11 – Trail groomed from Hawkes Bay to Port au Choix back to Hawkes Bay. Heavy drifts in this area.

 

North Eastern Trail Riders – Roddickton & Area

 

Feb. 18 – Groomed from Roddickton to Englee, and Roddickton to Main Brook.

Feb. 11 – Trails are groomed from Roddickton to Main Brook.

 

Northern Drifters Snowmobile Club – St. Anthony & Area. Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/183639198402581/

 PUBLIC SAFETY NOTICE QUIRPON, GRIQUET, AND ST. ANTHONY

A CANADIAN COAST GUARD SHIP WAS UNABLE TO RETRIEVE BUOYS IN QUIRPON, GRIQUET, AND ST. ANTHONY. REGIONAL OPERATIONS CENTRE IS ADVISING THE PUBLIC THESE NAVIGATIONAL AIDS WILL BE LEFT OUT ALL WINTER, AND TO EXERCISE CAUTION WHEN SNOWMOBILIING IN THESE AREAS. 

 

Feb. 17 – Groomed from St. Anthony to Saunders Mill.

 Feb. 13 – Groomed Saunders Mill / Manuels. 

Feb. 12 – Tracked in from St. Anthony to the Airport.

Feb. 11 – Groomed from St. Anthony to Straitsview and then to Raleigh and back to St. Anthony.

 

The Town of St. Anthony would like to remind residents to take special care when traveling on snowmobile this winter;

  1. We ask all snowmobile users to take the groom trail and to refrain from using your water supply
  2. Use special care when traveling on St. Anthony Harbour and know the location of outfalls
  3. When crossing Town streets pay special attention to traffic and pedestrians
  4. When riding, let others know where you are going and when you expect to return
  5. Don’t drink and drive

Have a safe and enjoyable snowmobiling season!! For more information on snowmobiling safety checkout http://nlsf.org/snowmobile-safety/

Or Check your local association: https://www.facebook.com/NewfoundlandAndLabradorSnowmobile

Kind regards,

 

Town of St. Anthony

www.town.stanthony.nf.ca