The Sudbury Trail Plan Association is responsible for all grooming operations on behalf of it's eight member clubs that cover 1,300 kmof trails within the City of Sudbury. The mission of the STP Grooming Operation is to Groom All Member Clubs' Trails to a Consistent Standard, Regardless of Club Boundaries.
While snowmobiling has been a popular sport in the Sudbury area for more than thirty years, the growth of organized trail systems really blossomed with the establishment of the Sudbury Trail Plan. The story of the Sudbury Trail Plan is one of hard work, enthusiastic volunteer support, and the total commitment of the entire snowmobile community.
At the outset, in 1986, Reg Horner from the Algoma Snow Plan came to Sudbury and put on a presentation for the three local clubs, the dealers, and the community leaders. He showed the Sudbury snowmobile community how successful the Sault Ste. Marie area had been through the formative processes of the Algoma Snow Plan, and from that point, the Sudbury Trail Plan was born. The three clubs and the regional development officers saw an opportunity, and they concentrated their efforts to bring it to fruition.
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