Please note grooming has started and we ask all ATV’s to stay off  trails during the snowmobile season.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Green Lake-Nolan Lake Forest Service Road closure




For Immediate Release
Dec. 5, 2016

100 MILE HOUSE ??Recreation users and residents are advised that the Green Lake-Nolan Lake Forest Service Road in the 100 Mile House Forest District has been closed indefinitely due to safety concerns.
BC Timber Sales closed a small section of the road on Dec. 1, 2016, due to a decaying wooden culvert near the 5.5-kilometre mark. This section of road is not passable by motor vehicles or recreational vehicles, including snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles and other off-road vehicles until further notice.
The closure will not affect access to any homes or communities. The repair work is scheduled to take place during the summer or fall of 2017. BC Timber Sales thanks the members of the public for their patience during this time.
For more information about this temporary road closure please contact Krista Blades, Engineering Technician at 250 395-7845 or via email at:

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Media Relations
Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural
Resource Operations
250 356-5261


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Trail Grooming Update

The Green Lake Snowmobile Club has made a decision to cease all trail grooming for the 2015-2016 sledding season. GLSC feels with current weather conditions and the long range forecast, it would be a waste of volunteer time and money to continue.
We would like to thank everyone who respected the groomed trails over this past season and we look forward to your support for the next sledding season.

Safe Quading!


Quad Feb 26-2016

Trail Maintenance

Trail Maintenance Green Lake Snowmobile Club (GLSC)

The overall objective of the GLSC trail grooming /maintenance is to provide smooth trails that are suitable for all levels of rider experience.

For the last couple weeks club members and JCP staff has been spending a great amount of time and money in clearing and preparing the trails for everyone’s enjoyment and safety this snowmobile season. Several of the trails have already been groomed to lay down a solid base as we wait for more snow.

Some people with  ATV’s are still trying to use some of these trails that we have already cleared and groomed resulting in deep ruts and rocks strewn across the trail. This is very costly and frustrating for all those that volunteer their time to maintain the trails.

We are asking everyone around the lake to talk to their neighbours or anyone they see heading out on the trails with ATV’s this time of year to please stay off the trails for the snowmobile season.

Just a friendly reminder that ATV/AUV or any wheeled vehicle SHOULD NOT be on the Snowmobile Trails after we have received our first significant snowfall of the season. In general between December 1 to March 31.
We need everyone  to respect the trail system and be courteous to each other.

Thanks for everyone’s support

Peter McKie – President GLSC
Art Groves – Vice President GLSC

ATV Poker Ride




Summer ATV Poker Ride

There will be a planning meeting this coming Monday, April 28 at 7:00 PM for an ATV Poker Ride on Saturday, July 5.


Please Attend.

Trail Agreement Meeting

There will be a trail meeting this coming Saturday February 22nd at 1:00 PM to discuss the Trail Agreement we have to sign before the end of the month.