Snow Cover: 10 inches
Date of Report: February 8, 2017
As most of you know, the BIG storm that was supposed to come went from 12 inches to 5 inches to NO inches! However, all the groomers were out today…here is what they are reporting back to me. Most of our trail is in very good condition. The exception is the southeast section known as the River Trail being good riding, but expect some bare corners and top of hills and some short stretches. Newton Lake area is reported to be good. The high traffic area in Twin Bridge is in good condition with the exception of the areas where the logging was done earlier in the season. These areas are hard ice base and limited on snow cover, but very passable. (Just blink a couple times and you will be through it!) Now the best news of all, the trails west of Parkway Road and North of Highway C are GOOD and VERY GOOD riding! Just be careful out there, corners are icy. With cold temps today and tomorrow, the trails should last very well for the weekend. Hopefully, it will not get as warm as they have predicted.
I talked to some snowmobilers who are staying in the Twin Bridge Area. They rode from there to Crooked Lake today and told me they could not believe how good these trails are. They also commented on what a great job our groomer guys are doing pulling snow in from each side of the trail to make our little bit of snow last even longer.
We also rode about 300 miles this week on our trail system and adjoining trail systems both west and north. It was awesome!!!
News and Reports:
Bunny Hunt…all season 2017
Saturday, February 11 – High Falls Fish-o-Rama and Radar Run
Saturday, February 18 – Crooked Lake Fish-o-Rama
Saturday, February 27-Vintage Sled Ride at Thunder Lake Lodge
(any club members with events to be listed, please contact me…thank you)