How to Find Us
Take Highway 102 North onto the TransCanada Highway 104 towards Amherst/New Glasgow. Take exit 15W towards Amherst/New Brunswick. Merge onto Highway 104 (partial toll road). Pay toll at the Cobequid Pass. Take exit 8 toward Westchester Station, Collingwood. Turn right at the top of the exit and head toward “Collingwood”. Turn left onto Wyvern Road. Paved road will become a dirt road. Clubhouse is a white building on the left hand side. Should take an hour.
Head east on Main St. toward Mechanic St. Turns slightly right and becomes South Street. Turn left on Victoria Street, turn left at Back Road, continue onto Windham Hill road. Follow the slight left to stay on Windham Hill road and turn right onto Wyvern Road. Paved road will become a dirt road. Clubhouse is a white building on the left hand side. Should take a half an hour.
Head east on Exit 6 (signs for 204/321). Exit onto Highway 321/Upper Main Street towards Oxford Junction/Collingwood Corner. Continue onto Wyvern Road. Paved road will become a dirt road. Clubhouse is a white building on the left hand side. Should take 20 minutes.
Cumberland Snowmobile Club,
514 Wyvern Road, Collingwood Corner, NS B0M 1E0
There are ramps at the clubhouse where you can unload your truck or trailer.
Turn onto TransCanada Hwy 104 ramp to Springhill/Truro/Halifax. Merge on Highway 104 East, take exit 6 for 321 toward 204. Right at the fork and follow signs for NS321 Oxford Junction/Collingwood Corner, merge onto Hwy 321/Upper Main Street. Continue onto Wyvern Rd. Paved road will become dirt. Clubhouse is white and on the left side. Should take 40 minutes.
From Springhill and Oxford (on snowmobile)
Take the #104 trail headed east. You’ll find us between the #6 and the #9 in Wyvern. The main access to the #104 goes right through our yard. The club is located east of Springhill on the #104.
From Sutherland’s Lake/Westchester (on snowmobile)
Head west from either of the tunnels under the Trans Canada Highway at Westchester. If you’re on the #104 just follow it west right to our yard. If you cross the Portapique River swinging bridge, continue west via the Bass River fire road (#2) or loop back around to the #104. The distance is approximately 35 kilometres and should take around an hour.