Thank you to all who attended the grand opening of the Bill Musey Memorial Warm up Shelter this afternoon around 65 people at our shelter today. Thank you to all our dedicated volunteers who made this day happen our cooks Daryl Strilaeff and Dale Huesenetter for bbqing, Sheldon Strilaeff for selling our hats in memory of Bill and to our groomer operators who provide us with great trails. Thanks to Cook and Cooke Insurance Brokers for being our sponsors for the day Campbell Construction for moving the shelter without Barry and crew this would of been a big task for our club and Dale Huesenetter from Cement Works for loading shelter and always helping with anything we need done!!!!!
Our club would like to thank Raymond McCleary Dave Bobick Adair Miles and Brian Dawson for the wood hauling setting up the motion lights and organizing our shelter.
Our wood shed is at its new home at the Cowan Shelter. Big Thank you goes out to Aiden Boychuk for filling up the wood shed up with wood!!!!! Our club is proud of you for helping out with your family.
Our shelter has been a project on going for a few years we could not be more happier to see it being moved to its permanent home. Thank you to Campbell Construction Barry Campbell (Owner)and crew from Minitonas/Cowan area for moving the shelter for us. Cement Works for loading shelter Dale Husenetter Volunteers Daryl Strilaeff, Dave Bobick, Raymond McCleary and Brian Dawson.
Our monthly meeting and AGM will be held December 9/2019 at the Sports Lounge at 7:30pm here in Swan River. Please plan to attend.,
Thanks to Edgar Yaschyshyn and Dave Bobick for there fine carpentry skills. This shelter is looking awesome.
Thank you to the SVSD for the excellent work on the construction of our new shelter. Seen here is our President Les with SVSD instructor Sebastian. Thanks so much.
Thanks to the volunteers who came out today and worked on our groomer and both drags. Our Trail boss/ Groomer operator turning around. Thanks to the Volunteers who worked on the new shelter looking very good!!!!!!
Thank you to Club Member Daryl Strilaeff for working with our contractor. Brushing is being completed in the Benito Area, Madge Lake Trail and Thunder Hill Area.
A big thank you to club member Adair Miles and Les Pugh for piling wood, brushing around shelter and some maintenance at our Wellman Lake Shelter
Our New Shelter is progressing well Our volunteers are doing an amazing job Thanks to Edgar Yaschyshyn John Evashchenko Dave Bobick and Don Baldwin
Thanks to our long distance member Mel for his donation to the Swan Valley Snowmobile Association
A big thank you goes out to Formo Motors LTD. for their generous donation of 1000.00 to our club. The funds will be used to maintain our trails and shelters.
9th Annual Snoman Congress will be held at
Cannad Inns Club Regent Casino Hotel on
November 1 & 2 2019.
Well we had our Thunder Hill Shelter robbed, here is some of the things they took:
1) Propane Tank
2) Deep Cycle Battery
3) The Charger Control
4) Small Battery Charger
5) Some split Wood
6) Picnic Table Wrecked
7) Utensils from shack
If anyone hears about someone bragging about robbing our shelter let us know. So hard for the club, volunteers supply so much and to have someone rob us is just so unfair.
Well the votes are in for the 21st Annual Rider's Choice awards 2019 through SnoRiders! And.... we have received 5 amazing high fives!!! Don't forget the Sledtown Showdown Voting will be coming soon!
Platinum - Favorite Overall Snowmobiling Area
Gold - Favorite Scenic Snowmobiling Area MB
Platinum - Most Challenging Riding Area in MB
Silver - Favorite Area for Family Snowmobiling
Platinum - Area you would most like to ride in the Future
Congratulations to the volunteers who keep up our trails and warm- up shacks and for being over all awesome!!!!! North Mountain Riders and Swan Valley Snowmobile Club and to our local business's who feed, gas, repair/parts and house our many visitors from all over North America! This belongs to you!
The Swan Valley Snowmobile Association would like to thank The RM OF Mountain for the rescue sleigh which will be stationed in Cowan at Kolisnyks General Store. Above is Club member Darryl Boychuk Councillor Steve Nadolney and Orest Kolisnyk.
On October 19/2019 a Western Region meeting was held at the Westwood Hotel. Next Meeting will be on February 8/2020 Thunder and Ice will be hosting meeting, they will notify clubs on location and time.
Our club is hosting a club windup for the 2018-19 season. Saturday June 22/2019 at our shop in Swan River. Starting time is 3:00 pm with supper to follow. This is open to all members of our club Please RSVP to Kevin Neely by email or phone. Function is open to members only
Reminder our monthly meeting will be on April 1/2019 at the Sports Lounge at 7:30pm here in Swan River. Please plan to attend.
We hope you enjoyed our trail system for the 2018-19 season. We the executive would like to say thank you to our dedicated members for there time in signing and helping out with club duties. See you next year!!!! Have a great Summer!!!!!!!
Thank you to Club Volunteers Cyndi Miles, Derek Yakelashek, TJ Shchullman, Tyler Holian and Adair Miles for cleaning and washing Route W Shack. Without volunteers we would not have the shelters nor the trails that we have. So if you see one of our members say thanks!!!!!
Calling all members for a club ride on Tuesday March 12/2019. We will meet at the Swan Valley Gas Bar across from Tim Horton's at 5:15pm and will depart at 5:30pm, sled to the Buffalo junction for supper then ride to Thunder hill and maybe other shelters. Please Plan to Attend!!!!!
All trails remain open!!!!! Please also check the Snoman website @ http://www.snoman.mb.ca/ for updates on trails. Please watch for the GROOMERS!!!! Use Caution on the trails Ride Safe!!!!!!
Reminder our monthly meeting will be on March 4/2019 at the Sports Lounge at 7:30pm here in Swan River. Please plan to attend.
Thank you to Club Volunteers Raymond McCleary Dave Bobick, Daryl Strilaeff, Dale Husenetter, and Ted Corbett for getting the repairs completed today. Also a big thank you to Mykula Contracting for providing us with a repair shop. Thanks again a job well done!!!!!!
Thanks to our club volunteers shown here working on the repairs!!! Above is Dale Husenetter and Ted Corbett
We are happy to announce all trails are now open!!!!! Please also check the Snoman website @ http://www.snoman.mb.ca/ for updates on trails. Please watch for the GROOMER!!!! Use Caution on the trails Ride Safe!!!!!!
A big thank you to all the volunteers who are making this happen.
Above here Club members volunteering their Carpentry Skills is Don B and Edgar Y
The trails are open at this time except for Trail #515 Please also check the Snoman website @ http://www.snoman.mb.ca/ for updates on trails. Please watch for the GROOMER!!!! Use Caution on the trails Ride Safe!!!!!!
Trails #1 is open to Wellman Lake -- Trail #2 is open from Swan River to Madge Lake -- Trail # 6 is open to Cowan -- Trails 508 and 509 are open Trail # 510 is open from Swan River to Benito. Please also check the Snoman website @ http://www.snoman.mb.ca/ for updates on trails. Please watch for the GROOMER!!!! Use Caution on the trails Ride Safe!!!!!!
Our Club will be having a Bowling Night this Friday January 18/2019 at the Up Your Alley Lanes here in Swan River from 8pm-10pm All members are welcome!!!!!!
Reminder our monthly meeting will be on February 4/2019 at the Sports Lounge at 7:30pm here in Swan River. Please plan to attend.
Happy New Year!!!! Our Monthly Club Meeting will held Monday January 7/2019 at the Sports Lounge here in Swan River. Our groomers are almost ready for trail grooming, we are looking at heading out this weekend to early next week to begin. Our Trails remain closed. Please follow the Snoman website map for updates. Safe Travels
Please plan to attend our last meeting of the season..... Reminder our club windup is Saturday June 24/2018. Please contact Les Rolsky for more info.
We will be hosting our annual Vintage Ride on Saturday March 10 2018 We will leave from the Swan Valley Museum and proceed to the Route W shack and back to the Museum for more info contact Les Rolsky.