We have several Trail Patrol fully trained in the Motorized Snow Vehicle Act, the Occupiers’ Liability Act and the Trespass to Property Act.
In our past season we have on several occasions run the risk of losing the use of trails on private lands. As we all know our network of trails is not only thanks to the volunteers that open and maintain these trails but most importantly it is thanks to the landowners that give us permission year after year to cross their property. Within the Grenville Snowmobile Association Trails we have well in excess of 150 Landowners. It takes considerable time and effort to document and contact these landowners and to obtain their written permission to cross their farms and property.
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As an off-road experience snowmobiling is an inherently risky activity. The OFSC assumes every rider using an OFSC Prescribed Trail has read, understands and accepts the "Assumptions for OFSC Trail Use".
Information provided by the Grenville Snowmobile Association website.
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Ontario Trails do not own or manage any trails. Check with the identified manager before using this trail. Do not trespass, allowed uses only.
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