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Welcome to
Tall Pines Snowmobile Club!

Tall Pines Snowmobile Club is located in Dorset, Ontario, in the heart of Southern Ontario's snowbelt region. We're about 2½ hours north of Toronto, or about 40 minutes east of Bracebridge.

 

As a member of the Muskoka Snowmobile Region and the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs, our trail system extends from Muskoka in the West to the borders of Algonquin Park in the East.

 

We have over 200km of beautiful groomed trails covering the Muskoka and Haliburton Highland regions!

 

If you'd like more information about riding the Tall Pines Snowmobile Trails or would like to become a Tall Pines member, you can reach us at info@tallpines.org or contact any of our executive members.

 


SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR VOLUNTEERS!

 

Graham Beach and his crew from Kennisis Lake for brushing Trails 62 and 64.

 

Garry Evans and his crew for re-decking three bridges on Trail 68.

Want to be a volunteer?  Email the Muskoka Snowmobile region at permits@msrsnowtrails.com or Call 1-800-328-7245 and we will direct you to the appropriate club.

Remember to Ride Safe & Ride Sober

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2016 TRAIL UPDATE
January 13, 2016

We are re-opening an old  access trail off Trail 64 (Sherbourne Lake Road) to Sherbourne Lake. Thanks to the Haliburton Club they will stake the lake to tie into their lake trail on Sherbourne.

On trail 62 when you get to the Kennisis Dam there will be a re-route down the road approx. 1.5 KMs. to Paddy's Bay because of the work going on at the Dam. Please use caution.

We are doing a partial  re-route off  North Creek Drive (Trail 65) to get us off some of the road for safety reasons.

There may be some logging on D101B later on season nothing definite at this time.

Trail 65 from the shelter to Troutspawn Lake will be closed this year.

Speaking on conditions there is a lot of water in the bush and the upcoming forecast doesn't look great so please be patient. It is going to be awhile even if the cold comes for the trails to be open.