Snowmobiling On the Trails in Cumberland County, Nova Scotia
New Groomer for 2014
A message from our President
On behalf of the Directors of the Cumberland Snowmobile Club, I would like to personally welcome you back to our website and to the snowmobile trail system we proudly maintain and promote. I invite you to visit our scenic corner of Nova Scotia and experience for yourself our 450 kilometres of well-signed and groomed trails.
We’re a volunteer-run club. Thank you to our members and supporters who have worked hard to secure government grants for sport promotion and trail repairs, and who spent their off-season weekends completing the trail work.
Our club has a 44-year long and proud history of helping snowmobile-lovers get out and enjoy the amazing scenery of Cumberland County and the surrounding areas. We would love to continue our good work and even expand on what we do but we need your help. Please consider purchasing a membership to our club if you have not already done so. If you are a member, come out to our rally and special events, let any of the Directors know if you are interested in volunteering and make an effort to support the clubhouse, gas bar, etc. whenever you can. Spread the word about our great trails and feel free to come to the clubhouse for our monthly meetings, held on the first Saturday night of every month from October to April.
Happy and safe sledding, and we look forward to seeing you in Cumberland County this season!
Greg Morash, President
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SANS Excellence Awards Winners
Outstanding Groomer Operator of the Year
Jack Atkinson 2012
Morris Lloy 2009
Austin Darragh 2005
Outstanding Snowmobile Club of the Year 1991 and 2010
Cumberland Snowmobile Club
Outstanding Snowmobiler of the Year
Gordon Milner 2010
Outstanding Snowmobile Family
Austin Darragh and Anita Seaman 2002
Gerry and Marion McLellan 2004
The Milner Family 2010