Trail Conditions: Excellent
Snow Cover: 10-14
Date of Report: February 28, 2019
Snowmobile Trail Reports:
Red Arrow Snowmobile Trails (Townsend) – 2/28/19
It’s 4 degrees in beautiful downtown Townsend this morning. The trails are in very good riding condition. We received about 3.5 inches of fluffy snow Tuesday night, so the trails are fluffy and slippery until it adheres to the established base. This should make riding in the woods beautiful with all the fresh fallen snow. Groomers will be out tonight and all weekend to make the trails the best possible.
Paul Bunyan (Lakewood) – 2/27/19
The trails have been groomed and are in great condition. We got 3 to 4 inches of powder. There is 1 to 2 inches expected for late in the week. Ride safe.
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!
B&B Joyriders trails are in excellent condition again this week. The groomers will be out on the trails throughout the week. So be careful for the groomers on the trails. Also watch out for deer on the trails, they are using the trails to move around. 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 – 2/28/19
Gillett trails are in great shape after last weekends winds. We groomed hard and go through all the drifts, some areas are a little narrower now, but with regular grooming they should be back to their normal width soon. There is lots of snow on the trails now get out and enjoy.