What do Clubs do?
Snowmobile clubs are responsible for nearly every aspect of the Snowmobile trail system. We:
- Cut trees, clear brush, and grade trails almost year round
- Groom our allotment of trails up to 13 times per season
- Place hundreds of signs to ensure a safe and easily navigable trail, then remove them in the spring.
- Maintain warm up shelters, club houses, groomer sheds and other facilities
- Repair and maintain all of our own equipment, tools, signs and vehicles.
- Help make executive decisions regarding regional and province wide Snoman policies
Why Join a Club?
- It’s an excellent way to meet new people, make new friends and build long lasting connections with others who enjoy the sport of snowmobiling
- A great way to get to know your community, get in touch with nature and enjoy the outdoors.
- Make your voice heard. Changes to the trail system, legislation and Snoman policies start with the clubs. Members help guide these decisions.
- Help keep trails smoother and safer. Without hundreds of hours of volunteer work the trail system we know today would not exist. With your help we can continue to make it even better.
- Take pride knowing others enjoy something you helped create. It can be an incredibly fun and rewarding experience for everyone involved.
- Despite all the work involved, it’s a lot of fun!
How to Join
You can join the Brokenhead Trail Blazers a few ways:
- Sign on our membership website: members.brokenheadtrailblazers.ca
- Send us a message on our Facebook page
- Email [email protected]
- Attend any one of our regular meetings
Fees can be paid by cash, cheque, or e-transfer.
– Individual: $20/year
– Family: $25/year