Sno Chief's

Some upcoming Events!

Dice Run Postponed see details on facebook

Ham / Meat Raffle  Sat March 19th.  See flyer on calendar or webpage

 

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The Shawnee Sno-Chiefs will be opening LIMITED as of 6:00 Pm today February 12th. The trails below the escarpment going North will remain closed until more snow falls. Trails west of the fire hall in Sanborn are marginal and may be closed after being checked. Expect low snow conditions and dirt and grass in the wind blown fields. The trail captains will be opening gates as they get out of work. Trails will be inspected for hazards this afternoon. Ride with caution, as there may be unknown hazards and water holes. Do not expect grooming, as the groomers may open up water holes much worse. We have no base, and the snow is light and fluffy. Please remember to Ride Right and respect our generous landowners. ... See MoreSee Less

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Shawnee Sno-Chiefs Snowmobile Club, Inc. shared SnowTrax Television's photo. ... See MoreSee Less

The Composit -Tracks Talon 28 track is great for lower horsepower sleds, hard pack trails, or high speed lake running. Visit www.composit-usa.com for more information.

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Mission Statement

The Shawnee Sno-Chiefs Snowmobile Club, Inc., a member of the New York State Snowmobile Association, serves the Niagara County Region including the towns of Lewiston, Cambria, Niagara, Pekin, Ransomville. Sanborn, Pendleton and Wheatfield. We work in cooperation with other clubs in the region to interconnect our trails.
Our goals are to have fun enjoying our sport while promoting safety and responsibility.

Virtually all of our trails are on private property; we work throughout the year with landowners, addressing their concerns and working to place trails to have a minimal impact on farm crops. No wheeled vehicles (ATV’s) are allowed on our trails at any time, based on landowners’ requests.
We also work very closely with local law enforcement to ensure that all sleds on the trails are doing so legally. If you’re not sure about what you need, please view the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles requirements.

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