Groomed Trails = Better Riding.

SV301 and Bombi groomers.



HVR's old SV-301 groomer.

Sold in 2017.



HVR's new 1997 Tucker SnoCat

Grooming C4 through HHSP Dec 28th, 2017



New bridge at Locks and Filligree Inn

Thanks to all that helped, some being Pete Thompson, Scott Wohlschlegel, Brian Steenburn, Robbie Unger. Great job!



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Youth Snowmobile Course 2018

Hill and Valley Riders, Inc. will be sponsoring a snowmobile youth safety course on November 10, 2018 at the Honeoye Fish and Game Club on Howcroft RD.
 
Honeoye Fish and Game Club (Ontario County)
 
9202 Howcroft Rd.
 
Hemlock, NY  14466( Mailing address)
 
8:00 am-5:00 PM.
 
Lunch, water and soda provided.  If you have any food allergies to pizza, you might want to bring a lunch instead.
 
Call Scott Wohlschlegel 585-694-8783 to pre-register.  We will accept walk in’s also.
 
 
 
Requirements:
 
The ability to sit through class room training. 
 
Need to be able to read, write and interpret test questions and answer them.
 
 Parents, Guardian or adult with the group have to sign off giving the youth permission to attend the course.
 
Pen is required to fill out test answer sheet.

Newsletter August

August newsletter and membership forms will be mailed out in the next few days! Shortly we will also post these items on the website for access! 

Harreit Hollester Spencer Park Rules that all need to remember

When Riding in Harreit Hollester Spencer Park (HHSP) please remember that the main trail in, C-4 to the over look and out to the South is a shared trail with X/C skiers and snowmobilers.  All come to enjoy the area but there are rules. 

There are signs posted and cones placed down the shared trail.  Skiers on one side and snowmobilers on the other. 

Going South into the Park snowmobilers stay on the right hand side of the cones as indicated by the signs and skiers on the left.

Coming from the South, snowmobilers would be on the left hand side of the shared trail and skiers on the right. 

The X/C Ski trail is goomed specifically for skiers with layed down tracks.

The snowmobile trail is a groomed wide snowmobile trail highway. 

Please all patrons follow the rules.

 

 

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