The Lennox and Addington Ridge Runners
is a snowmobile club established in 1969 and located in the area north of Kingston and Napanee Ontario Canada. One of our main concerns is the sustainability of snowmobiling. Trail Permit dollars have to be supplemented by fund raising. It is the dedication of many volunteers that enables our club to continue to provide the safest and most enjoyable trails possible.
We strongly believe in the philosophy that the trails are there for the the snowmobiler who wants to experience a unique relationship with nature; one that respects the environment and provides a family recreational experience. It is a relationship that puts safety and the enjoyment of everyone foremost.
We understand that we have the privilege of riding on privately owned land that has been generously provided by over 100 landowners. Therefore, snowmobilers using our club's trails ride on the marked trails only and respect the landowner's property at all times.
We welcome you to our website, and hope that you will enjoy your time here. Please be sure to bookmark our website so that you may keep informed of local snowmobile events, trail conditions and news.
Driver Training course is cancelled due to insufficient student registrations. The next training course will be held during the fall of 2017
Snowmobilers are advised that Lennox and Addington snowmobile trails are now closed. Gates on private landowner properties will be closed. Please respect our landowners and stay off closed trails. Check the OFSC Interactive Trail Guide (ITG) for trails which are still available.
K&P Trail work continues north towards Ducharme Rd north of Tichborne. E114E is getting closer to a complete trail from Harrowsmith to Sharbot Lake.
Please read this Important Notice regarding sharing multi-use trails, private land near K&P South (E114), and what to do when you encounter a Groomer on the trail
LARR snowmobile club was recognized last night at the OFSC Presidents dinner for 35 years of membership in the OFSC! We're a very proud club that was founded in 1969 and has been part of the Federation since 1981.
Club delegates Dennis McGinn and Brian Kirk were called to the stage along with (L-R) District 1 Governor Scott Buckley, OFSC President Remi Sauve, Brian Kirk, Denis McGinn, Dave Priebe OFSC 1st Vice President and OFSC Secretary/Treasurer and longtime Ridge Runners Volunteer Bill Blenkinsop
VOLUNTEER WITH US!
Our Club likes to have a larger volunteer base so everyone can help a little and still have time to enjoy riding. If you have a few hours you can spare even if you can only do it once a year it helps us get things done. If you think you can help a little, please contact Chris Hammer - Volunteer Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
POSITIVE FEEDBACK FROM SOCIAL MEDIA
Murray Skeggs: As a first year sledder, you guys are fantastic! I follow you here and on Twitter, and the interaction and information is first rate. My 12 yr old son took your course this year and is ready for the trails next season. I can see many memories being made, thanks to your organization. Some day when I have more free time, I will be sure to volunteer and help out. For now, all I can do is purchase my permit and enjoy your wonderful trails.
Scott Paterson: Bravo to a club that kept people informed, volunteers engaged and the organization moving forward. You guys set the bar pretty high, well done!
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