Trails are CLOSED

A club for all seasons! Working hard to provide you with safe snowmobiling trails in the Eastern Beaches area. Northstar Hillclimbers is a non profit organization and a member of Snoman Inc.   Our club also offers fun family events such as our annual poker derby, spring windup cook out and Christmas party. We offer events throughout the year! New members are always welcome! Please remember  To travel on designated SnoFund trails, all snowmobiles are required by law to have a valid SnoPass. 


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The Northstar Hill Climbers would like to thank our advertisers and sponsors for their generous donations.  We would also like to thank all of the volunteers who worked tirelessly grooming, clearing, brushing the trails.  Maintenance of the warmup shacks,  cleaning up the warmup shacks.  Cutting & delivering wood. The planning and running of our events and the many club rides ......  To all of you we say thankyou and please know we can not do this with out all of you helping. This club runs on volunteer power & snow.                                                                        THANKYOU !

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Our Club Executive:
President: Gary Anderson
Vice President: Dean Sever
Secretary: Natalie Sever
Treasurer: Art Recksiedler
Safety Rep: Jeff Erhart
ERSA Rep: Jason Martin
Alternate ERSA Rep: Marc Dion
Events Coordinator: Angie Paulicelli
Social Media/Web Site, Advertising & Trail Maps: Angie Paulicelli

Club Swag (clothing) Nancy Turnbull

Past President, Ralph Hindemith

Bulletin #1: RED Critical Level – December 7, 2020 (Snoman will provide updates as things unfold)
We all know that snowmobiling is a fun and healthy outdoor activity and while riding your sled, it is rather easy to social distance from non-household members.
There have been many changes in 2020 due to COVID-19, including changes for the way that Snoman and its member clubs operate. In order to keep our trail network open, we are asking for everyone’s cooperation in abiding by the Public Health Orders. We want to ensure that our trail system doesn’t fall prey to COVID-19 and have a dire effect on our snowmobile season.
With the entire province in the RED Critical level due to COVID-19, the Orders under The Public Health Act came into effect at 12:01am on November 12, 2020 and remain in effect until 11:59pm on December 11, 2020.
Section 10(2) of the Orders states:
Outdoor recreational activities such as cross-country skiing, running and snowmobiling may take place while these Orders are in effect, as long as all participants maintain a separation of at least two metres from each other.
Section 10(3) of the Orders states:
Dressing rooms, warming shacks and other indoor facilities associated with outdoor sporting and recreational activities must be closed while these Orders are in effect.
While these Orders are in effect, shelters have to be CLOSED. To avoid confusion, the COVID posters supplied by Snoman earlier should not be posted until these Orders are lifted. Snoman has ordered laminated posters for the shelter doors which states that “this facility is CLOSED due to public health orders.” (This is the same poster used by Parks for shelters within parks). A Manitoba Public Health Inspector advised us that closed “means members of the public should not have access to these facilities because they are considered indoor spaces. It is the responsibility of the operator to implement measures to ensure the public do not have access to these facilities. Such measures include locking the doors and posting signs advising the public that the facilities are unavailable for public use.”
As the clubs own the shelters, the clubs will be responsible for any fines that may be issued under the public health orders. It is recommended that clubs cover the “shelter ahead” and “shelter” signs to deter riders from going to the shelters. It would also be a good idea to advise groomers not to groom to the shelters. We need everyone to be diligent during these times and act responsibly with respect to the shelters. With the COVID case numbers we are seeing in the province, it is likely that the RED Critical level will be extended beyond December 11, 2020. We are fortunate that our trails can be open and we cannot stress enough that with everyone’s cooperation, we can keep them open.
Thank you for your cooperation. Stay Safe!