Honey Pot Loppet

Date: 
Sunday, March 11, 2018 (All day)
Location: 
Collingwood
Description: 

Hosted By the Arctic Fox Ski Club in Support of the NS Provincial Ski Team and the Bryan Scallion Memorial Fund

Distance: 14.5/29 Km

Freestyle: (1loop or 2 loops)

Registration Time: 9:30 - 10:00 am at the Cumberland County Snowmobile Clubhouse

Start: 10:30 am just up the road from the Clubhouse

Registration Fee: $30 per Individual $60 for a family

Awards at the Clubhouse following the race: Lots of Honey, Awards and Prizes will be drawn Canteen Available at the clubhouse

Location: Cumberland Snowmobile Club, 514 Wyvern Road, Collingwood Corner, NS B0M 1E0. You can access the location of the Cumberland Snowmobile Club on their website.

Directions: From Truro 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. From Amherst: 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

Contact: Dianne Powell 548 - 2876 or Pierre Roy 890 - 0374

Thanks to our Sponsors! Cumberland County Snowmobile Club, Hub Cycle, Truro Helly Hansen, Powell and Scallion, Jennie Mae Roy Photography

More Information:
Please note we are sharing the snowmobile trails with the sleds. Cumberland snowmobile club will be advising their members that a race will be in progress. When sharing snowmobile trials, it is important to yield to snowmobiles and always travel on the right hand side of the trail travelling in the same direction as the sleds. Kids need to be accompanied by a parent.

 

 

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