Osprey Snowheelers

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Current Trail Conditions

October 22, 2017

The  fall season is quickly turning into winter.  There was a slight dusting of snow last night with temperatures hovering around zero.  Starting to be accumulations in the higher areas around the lake.  There is possibly enough snow for sledding, if you trailer your machine to some of the higher access points.

Osprey - Christmas Events 2017

Santa and his elves will be making their rounds again this year on Christmas Eve.  If you will have children under 12 at the lake this year and would like Santa to stop by, please send their names, sex, ages, Osprey address and contact phone # to santa@ospreylake.ca

December 29th we will be again having our famous Osprey Snow Golf - 6 crazy holes on the lake - No prior experience needed.

The nightly family Hay Ride around the neighbourhood will be held from December 26 to December 30.  Contact Rob Miller for pick up points and times at 250 295 6420.

The annual 35m Poker Run will take place  on December 31 over some great trails around Osprey Lake.  We have over 100 sleds last year, so hopefully there will be a similar turn out this year.  Registration starts at 10:00am, the run @ 11:00 and prizes starting at 3:00.  Hot dogs will be available one check point and the finish.  Cost will be $25 per sled including a hot dog and drink.  Extra poker hands will be available at $15/e.  We are looking for prize donations if you can help us out.

The season ends with a fantastic 4th Annual Fireworks Display on Osprey Lake.  Around 150 enjoying the great midnight display last year.  We are asking for a $10/person donation to help with the costs.

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General Info

The Osprey Lake area has an excellent, extensive network of maintained trails around Osprey, Link and Chain Lakes.  The network stretches north to Elkart Lodge and south to Stemwinder, west to Tulameen, and east to Summerland. Most trails can be enjoyed in the winter on snowmobiles and in the summer on ATV's.  Most of these trails are multi-use - for motorized vehicles, horses, walkers, and bicycles.  

We encourage responsible use of these areas - keep noise and dust down around others - especially other users of the KVR.

Snowmobile Club Membership includes the option of purchasing discounted liability insurance.


May 2017 Annual General Meeting minutes:

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