Trails

Landowners

We thank our land owners for their support, without them we would not have trails. Please remember to respect them and their property so we can continue to enjoy this sport for years to come. This includes staying on marked trails. Our number one reason for lost access rights is snowmobiler’s failing to stay on …

Trail Conditions (Local)

 TRAILS ARE AT NOT AVAILABLE (RED) STATUS Trail preparations are underway.  If you have an idea to improve the local trail system, please contact the club. If you can help out in any capacity let us know and come out to our regular meeting which occurs on the 1st Thursday of every month. Last Updated: 4 Oct  2017  Click …

Trail Guide (Maps)

The BEAST trail system is entirely run by volunteers. We thank our land owners for their support, without them we would not have trails. Please remember to respect them and their property so we can continue to enjoy this sport for years to come. You may check out the new OFSC Interactive Trail Guide which displays …

Grooming

  Snowmobile trails are groomed to provide a nearly smooth and safer riding surface. This is accomplished by manipulating (moving, flattening, rototilling, or compacting) the snow, on and around the trail, using a snow groomer vehicle. BEAST has used various different types of modified tractors and industrial groomers over the years. Click on the “Complete …

Snowmobile Park and Rides

There are several options for day and overnight parking and loading of sleds in the BEAST network. NE – Jinkinson Side Road. The best option now is to park and unload at Jinkinson Road at the TCT/BEAST 200. Jinkinson Road is accessed from Hazeldean Road, or from Fernbank Rd. Most years volunteers also build a snow …