Thursday, February 1, 2018
The Moose Mountain Snowmobile Club is hosting a banquet/fundraiser for the Prairie Women on Snowmobiles at the Kenosee Inn on Tuesday Feb 6th 2018. The Moose Mountain Snowmobile Club is having a Roast Beef supper with potato, vegetable, salads and roll for $30.00 per person. Also we will have some local entertainment and information from the women who are riding in the 2018 mission. We will also have silent auction items donated by local business and snowmobilers. All proceeds will go to the Prairie Women on Snowmobiles 2018 Mission. This is the first time in the 18 year history of the PWOS that they have come to the extreme SE Corner of Saskatchewan and we are proud to host them. This event will take place regardless of snow conditions. They will have a semi to transport their snowmobiles if the weather does not co-operate. Advance Tickets only. Call 306-577-7771 to purchase over the phone. Tickets are for sale at Arcola building Supplies, Kenosee Inn, Moose Mountain Leisure, Foster's Audio Video & McMillan Motor Products.
Tuesday, August 29, 2017
Summer is coming to a close and the Club is looking for volunteers to start cleaning trails, shelters and do general work around shelter and woodsheds. Work needs to start in the early fall. The more hands the better and that makes less work for each one to do. If you are interested please contact Troy at 306-577-7771, Doug at 306-577-7911,Ross 306-461-3697, or Paul at 306-736-3213
Wednesday, October 21, 2015
2015/2016 Advertising ___________________________________________________________________ Greetings from the Moose Mountain Snowmobile Club. We are a non-profit group of volunteers who organize and maintain 321 Km of Provincially regulated snowmobile trails around the Moose Mountain region. We are called a club but really we are an association that makes sure all trails are set up and maintained each winter. Each season we look after the grooming equipment, trail grooming, signing (to provincial standards) and field staking the trails. With 321Km of trail our volunteers put up around 6500 field stakes each year and remove them when the trails close at the end of March. We look after the trails between the following communities: Carlyle, Arcola, Kisbey, Stoughton, north to Corning , from Windthorst the trail continues north into the Pipestone Valley then back south to Kipling and south back to Kenosee Lake through the Provincial Park. Throughout the Moose Mountain region we also look after 7 warm up shelters. Our trails intersect at many points with other provincial clubs including, Estevan Snowmobile Club, Souris River Snowmobile club from Weyburn, Grenfell Snow Drifters, Broadview Snow Busters and South East SASK. Stubble Jumpers based out of Alida. This is a great trail system that brings many locals out throughout the winter and also draws many tourists to the area from all over Saskatchewan, Manitoba and the northern United States. On average over 17000 snowmobiles are registered in Saskatchewan alone. This season we would like to ask if you would advertise and promote your business with us to the snowmobiling community. The cost for 2015-16 is $200.00 plus 5% GST for a total of $210.00. The standard package includes: a 3 ¼” X 2 ¼” advertisement on 1000 maps, a 12” X 16” sign in one of our 7 warm up shelters and a spot on the web page. We will also issue you our famous Moose logo decal for your businesses doorway. The maps are distributed to all shelters within our region plus gas stations and other business locations. (*We can also sell you a larger advertisement package and website area if you would like something larger than our standard size set up.) Date required by: November 18th 2015 If you have any questions or concerns please contact: Contact Info: Troy Foster 306-577-7771 Ross Wilson 306-461-3697 Candice Reaney 306-457-8383 Ron Gordon 306-577-1955 To view the website go to www.mmsnowmobileclub.com Mail checks to Moose Mountain Snowmobile Club Box 1058 Carlyle, SK. S0C 0R0 Please Provide a Business card or provide a sample of the information you would like on your ad: _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
http://www.sasksnow.com/trail-club-updates/zone3/moose-mountain-snowmobile-club-311/ DUE TO EXTREMELY WARM TEMPERATURES SINCE MONDAY WE HAVE CLOSED ALL 311 MMSC TRAILS. FOR CONDITIONS IN THE MOOSE MOUNTAIN PROVINCIAL PARK PLEASE CALL THE PARK HOTLINE AT 306-577-2600. SEE YOU ALL AGAIN NEXT SEASON. Please contact anyone on the board if you would like to volunteer your time.
Friday, February 20, 2015
Finally figured out the password to get into our BLOG. Welcome back!! LET'S GET OUT AND DO SOME SNOWMOBILING! MOOSE MOUNTAIN SNOWMOBILE CLUB TRAILS GROOMER REPORT GROOMING DONE THIS WEEK •Date and Trails Groomed: Feb 19/15 311F Carlyle to Kenosee Lake Feb 19/15 311A Carlyle Junction (311F) to Arcola Feb 17, 2015 311A From Kisbey to Blueline Shelter into Stoughton Feb 18, 2015 311A Stoughton to Melrose Place shelter to 311D/Corning Junction, 311D to 311B south to Moose Mountain Park, 311C from Center road to Kisbey Conditions are very good THE FOLLOWING TRAILS ARE CLOSED 311A from 311D Junction to CORNING/WINDTHORST & SilverBullet and Silver Bullet to KIPLING SOUTH TO 311D (NORTH LOOP) CLOSED GROOMING DONE LAST WEEK •Date and Trails Groomed: FEB 12, 2015 Trail 311C From Kisbey North to PARK 311B Center Road. East down center Past Ranger Station to Bennett Trail South to 311J then to 311A Junction/Arcola, FEB 12, 2015 Trail 311A From Arcola to Kisbey ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// MOOSE MOUNTAIN PROVINCIAL PARK TRAIL CONDITIONS: (weekly we will try and communicate with the park staff and post a trail report) 1. CENTER ROAD FROM KENOSEE TO RANGER STATION SHELTER GROOMED THIS WEEK 2. GILLIS LAKE TRAIL GROOMED THIS WEEK 3. BOUNDARY TRAIL GROOMED THIS WEEK 4. STEVENSON TRAIL GROOMED THIS WEEK 5. BENNETT TRAIL GROOMED FEB 12th 6. Horse Lake unknown contact the park 7. Harmon has water and unknown ICE conditions. Park is not currently grooming the Harmon. ***Ride SMART and remember to KEEP RIGHT ON ALL HILLS AND CORNERS*** check out our FACEBOOK site for other updates and pictures