Missing Link Snowmobile Club Trail
The Missing Link Snowmobile Club is a proud member of the Snow Country Snowmobiling Association and the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs, District 6. Getting here has been an experience filled with ups and downs and twists and turns. But today, with many new volunteers taking an interest in the Missing Link Snowmobile Club, the Club is one of the most active and successful snowmobile clubs in all of Ontario!
Oh the stories we could tell, but lets just say “It all started many years ago…." To date four steel bridges have been added to the trails: Deux Rivieres, Grant Creek (Tuffy’s Skyway), Heney Creek (The 10-12 Bridge) and Mackey Creek (The Dry Rapids Bridge). Bissett Road has been re routed for safety and many culverts have been installed to further improve the trails. The club has fundraised beyond anyone’s dreams to help finance equipment, trail improvement, and continuous Volunteer appreciation. However, the proof is in the trails themselves! So if you want some memorable snowmobiling experiences, schedule some time to travel our wide, well groomed, and picturesque trail system in the upcoming season.
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Information provided by the Missing Link Snowmobile website.
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