Grooming

The Oregon State Snowmobile Association provides snowmobile trail grooming 
in the state of Oregon with a 100% volunteer effort.

Our volunteers are out on the snow almost everyday grooming the trails to provide
a safe and enjoyable experience for snowmobilers, snow shoeing, cross country skiing
and other recreationalists.

A typical volunteer grooming day begins with arriving at the grooming shelter before
sunrise to get the equipment ready for the day. Not only do our volunteers groom the
trails but we also remove fallen trees and obstacles from trails. In addition we provide
search and rescue assistance in emergencies. It's not uncommon for our volunteers to put
in a 10 or 12 hour day grooming. It takes many many hours of training to become a primary
groomer. Our groomers are trained in first aid, CPR, and equipment safety and maintenance.

Be sure to show your appreciation by joining OSSA and your local snowmobile club today!

We currently have 25 snowmobile clubs that provide trail grooming:

Mt Hood Snowmobile Club
Columbia Gorge Power Sledders
Mt Jefferson Snowmobile Club
North Santiam Snowmobile Club
Ochoco Snow Sports
LaPine Lodgepole Dodgers
Walker Rim Riders
Sisters Sno-Go-Fers
Chemult Mountain Trail Riders
Moon Country Snowbusters
Klamath Basin Snowdrifters
Rogue Snowmobile Club
Chiloquin Ridge Riders
Cascade Connection
Harney County Snowmobile Club
Grant County Snowmobile Club
Burnt River Snowmobile Club
Sumpter Valley Snowmobile Club
High Desert Storm Troopers
Over The Hill Snowmobile Club
LaGrande Sno-Drifters
Panhandle Snowmobile Club
Wallowa County Gamblers
Four Corners Snowmobile Club
Tollgate Trailfinders