About The Southern Orleans Trailblazers
When the Southern Orleans Trailblazers was established in 2004, the club maintained approximately 30 miles of trail. Since then, we have grown the trail system to about 46 funded miles and about 4 unfunded miles of trail. Many of our trails act as connector trails, linking a club to the north to three surrounding counties and clubs to the south, east and west.
The trail system itself traverses mainly flat, scenic terrain on mostly open fields in rural Orleans County of western New York. We currently own 3 groomers that are operated and maintained by club members that volunteer many hours every season. Club members also volunteer their time marking and signing the trails and maintaining positive landowner relations.
Positive landowner relations are important to our club and trail system. Without the landowners we would not have trails. To show our appreciation we hold an annual landowner dinner/barbeque in the fall. This gives us a great opportunity to speak with landowners about the upcoming season and discuss any changes that may be needed.
Please consider joining our club. Many hands make light work.