• <h2>August 24, 25 and 26 2018</h2>
9th Annual Great Canadian Kayak Challenge and Festival!
  • <h2>Timmins Wake Park</h2>
Gillies Lake Conservation Area, Timmins Ontario.
  • <h2>Summer Concert Series</h2>
Celebrate the days of summer with live musical performances featuring local talent. <a href="http://www.tourismtimmins.com/tourism-timmins-news/timmins-summer-concert-series/">Full details...</a>
  • <h2>Glamour and Camping...</h2>
Experience the glamour of the wilderness without roughing it. Glamping - a unique expedition.
  • <h2>Golfing Fun</h2>
Stay, Play and Relax - Cedar Meadows Resort and Hollinger Golf Club.
  • <h2>Timmins Museum</h2>
Arts exhibits, community programmes, kids activities, film events and more
 

Summer Fun

Compete

Celebrate

Fall Fever

 
 
  • <h2>August 24, 25 and 26 2018</h2>
9th Annual Great Canadian Kayak Challenge and Festival!
  • <h2>Heart of Gold Triathlon</h2>
Swim, bike and run on Sunday July 9th, 2017 in the fastest growing sport in North America!
 

Summer Fun

Compete

Celebrate

Fall Fever

 
 
  • <h2>Summer Concert Series</h2>
Celebrate the days of summer with live musical performances featuring local talent. <a href="http://www.tourismtimmins.com/tourism-timmins-news/timmins-summer-concert-series/">Full details...</a>
  • <h2>Celebrate Diversity</h2>
Timmins Multicultural Festival - experience the ethnic diversity that makes Timmins one of greatest communities in the north!
 

Summer Fun

Compete

Celebrate

Fall Fever

 
 
  • <h2>Trails Hiking</h2>
Discover Timmins wetlands, interior forests and  wildlife habitat.
  • <h2>Free admission, no long lines.</h2>
Get off the beaten path and discover natural attractions only Mother Nature could create.
  • <h2>Moose Hunting</h2>
 Join in the moose & bear hunting trips season in Timmins Ontario.
 

Summer Fun

Compete

Celebrate

Fall Fever

 

SNOWMOBILE TRAILS ARE NOW AVAILABLE!

MEDIA RELEASE DATE: December 29, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

SNOWMOBILE TRAILS ARE NOW AVAILABLE!

Timmins Snowmobile Club Inc.

Date of Trails Availability: December 29, 2017

Grooming operations have now commenced for this snowmobiling season and the status of “SOME” area OFSC trails is now reported as either “Limited Availability” (Yellow) or “Available” (Green) on the OFSC Interactive Trail Guide at https://trails.evouala.com/ofsc/

With recent cold weather, some new snow and with hundreds of hours of volunteer time in packing and grooming, a number of Timmins and District 14 trails are now available in a limited capacity. All snowmobiles displaying a valid Snowmobile Trail Permit in the proper location now have access to a system of OFSC Prescribed snowmobile trails suitable for the use of safe and prudent operators and passengers. The OFSC assumes every rider using an OFSC Prescribed Trail has read, understands and accepts the “Assumptions for OFSC Trail Use”.

Riders are reminded that snowmobiling is an off-road activity that occurs in a constantly variable and uncontrollable natural setting, one that is totally different from traveling on highly engineered, regularly maintained, public roads. OFSC trail riding is based on the fundamental assumption that it may not be practical or possible to maintain all OFSC trails at equal consistency or to remove all hazards.

In the continually changing surroundings that characterize OFSC snowmobile trails, it is always prudent to expect the unexpected. Riders enter OFSC trails willingly and use them at their own risk.

Snowmobilers must also take personal responsibility to make smart choices and to ride an OFSC trail in a safe, prudent and lawful manner. A Safe Rider obeys all provincial laws, rides defensively with care and control, and exercises sound personal judgment at all times, including avoiding the consumption of alcohol prior to or during any snowmobile ride. Snowmobiling can be great family fun and provide many enjoyable hours of winter recreation— when riders make the smart choice to ride safely.

Again, some trails are available in a limited capacity. We recommend Riders check trail conditions at https://trails.evouala.com/ofsc/

For further information, please contact:
Gilbert Fortin Raymond Corbeil
Club Communication Directors Timmins Club President
705-268-0049 705-268-7389

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