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I am purchasing a recreation property north of Huntsville in Ontario (Canada). There are a number of OFSC (Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs) trails very close to the property.

Are there any solid rules on usage of these trails in the off season, particularly for non-motorized uses such as walking and biking?

Any general knowledge / guidelines from sledders or other users would be great, links to specific information or policies would be great also.

Background for those who aren't familiar:

OFSC trails are highly maintained and essentially look like very narrow gravel roads when you see them on the ground in the summer. There is a huge network covering thousands of kilometers, and they have signage (names/directions, stop signs, yields, etc.) much like a regular public road, all maintained by teams of volunteers and funding from memberships, sledders who use these trails in the winter must purchase a permit. This question is specific to non-motorised, off-season (summer) use.

  • Wouldn't it be best to contact the OFSC and ask? – bob1 Oct 6 at 22:32
  • @bob1 that might help me, an informative answer here helps everyone. – Cameron Roberts Oct 7 at 2:00
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    Yes - you can then self-answer, and you won't get a better answer than going straight to the source... – bob1 Oct 7 at 2:09

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