The Kap Sno-Rovers (KSR) is a non-profit organization established in 1967 and then incorporated in 1972. It's first president was Mr. Arthur Pontbriand and at the time the KSR consisted of 50 members. Permits were then estimated at $25 each and the trail network, consisting of 2 trails, totaled approximately 32 km.
A clubhouse was constructed in September of 1967 on Clear Road North and was dismantled almost 3 decades later in 1996. Thereafter, in 1998, a garage was built on Brunetville Road where are presently housed the KSR's 2 trail groomers Today, the KSR maintains over 200 km of trails and is always working on expanding. The trails are groomed on a 24 hour basis during our snowmobiling season, which last approximately 20 weeks.
Volunteers often put in over 5,000 hours of their personal time, per season, maintaining the trail network
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