The Houston Snowmobile Club (HSC) was formed back in the late seventies and registered in the early eighties by a group of snowmobilers who wanted to create an organization to look after trails, safety and have a recognized voice for this form of recreation. Throughout those years, many of the original members built cabins, brushed and marked trails, and provided most of this with their own personal money and some donations from local businesses. All this hard work as volunteers was for the love of snowmobiling and provided the foundation for all that is snowmobiling in Houston today. Much of this came from the pioneers of our club known as the “Apple Dumpling Gang,” along with their friends and families.
The HSC members are very grateful to all the past Directors and Presidents who made snowmobiling here a safer and more enjoyable place to have fun. Many know that without these people and this club, the snowmobile picture here might look a lot different today. The HSC is always actively participating in many processes, such as, representing the Motorized sector in the Land Use Planning for the Morice Forest District and being a part of the Telkwa Caribou Recovery Plan. The HSC is there to ensure there is a voice for snowmobiling.