Trail Conditions: Excellent
Snow Cover: 10-14
Date of Report: February 25, 2019
Snowmobile Trail Reports:
Red Arrow Snowmobile Trails (Townsend) – 2/24/19
It’s 28 degrees in beautiful downtown Townsend this morning. The trails are in excellent riding condition. We only received 3″ so far from the storm, but they were right about the strong winds. It is really blowing around here right now. Our groomers were out last night and will be out again tonight to smooth things out to freeze up hard with the cold weather settling back into the area.
Paul Bunyan (Lakewood) – 2/25/19
We were out grooming Sunday night and will continue today. The high winds have put several branches on the trail slowing the grooming progress. We will continue today. If you venture out today be careful because there is dangerous wind chills.
Chute Pond Snowmobile Trails (Suring/Mountain) – Chute Pond trails are open, being groomed, and are in very good condition. Grooming will be ongoing- so please watch for them on the trail any time of day or night- and always yield the right of way to the groomers. Stay to the right, and enjoy your ride!
Bagley and Brazeau Joyriders Snowmobile Trails – Trails are in excellent condition. The groomers will be out all week. So be careful for the groomers on the trails. If you ride to Suring, the old trail is closed through the golf course, but the trail does go around the golf course by using the side of the road, it will bring you back into town.
Gillett – 2/22/19
Gillett trails are all open and in excellent condition. We are experiencing some of the best trail conditions we have seen in years. We are out grooming quite offer the best riding conditions possible. Our groomer drivers are all volunteers and operate when they have time so they could be out at any time. Be alert, drive safely! Along with that please obey trail signs we put them up for a reason.