2007 was a very successful year for the Pasquia Snow Goers Club Inc. We won "Snowmobile Club of the Year" once again. It is through the efforts of everyone that this was won. We can all be proud of our efforts!!!
Outstanding Organized Snowmobile Related Company of the Year
We continue to be responsible for grooming the portion of the Trans Canadian Snowmobile Trail which ties the communities of Hudson Bay to Arborfield to Nipawin with a groomed and signed trail. We have successfully been able to add connecting groomed trails to Aylsham, Carrot River and Zenon Park from Arborfield. Twin Lakes of Nipawin have added a connecting trail just east of Aylsham heading in the direction of Tobin Lake.
We look forward to seeing everyone out on the trails. Trail Permits are now included in your snowmobile registration and we ask that you register your snowmobile prior to riding the groomed trails. As it is through the trail permit that we receive some funding in order to groom and mark the trails for you! Have you registered your sled yet? If not, talk to Perry!
The Trans Canadian Snowmobile Trail has been substantially changed from previous years so we encourage everyone to check out the "unofficial" Pasquia Snow Goers Club Inc. trail map before you leave home. Once we receive the official Sask Snowmobile GPS, we will officially GPS the trail and have it posted on the Sask Snowmobile website. So until then, please use the "unofficial" version as a guideline for the 220 trail. The Sask Snowmobile website is an excellent source of information regarding snowmobiling in Saskatchewan. It is also the official source for Saskatchewan trail maps.
The club has purchased a much needed groomer tractor which is a big undertaking that will require fundraisers to make the annual payments. As part of our fundraising efforts, we are currently offering three sizes of annually purchased signs. Please check the Advertisers link above for the details.