Trail Conditions: Early Season
Snow Cover: 4-6
Date of Report: January 4, 2019
Snowmobile Trail Report 1/3/2019
The Fifield Sno Drovers have been out and, as of the end of today, all trails will have been groomed at least once. The conditions are fair in that the snow is very thin in many spots. Some areas are actually in good shape. The lakes are solid with no slush.
Be aware, there is logging activity on trail 108 between trail 101 and Highway 70 and trail 120 south of the swamps. We are NOT grooming these areas as the loggers are keeping them plowed. Beware of icy conditions on these stretches and stay alert for logging equipment and trucks.
The Prentice Bush Benders trails are open. All of our trails have been panned except the northern part of trail 120. There is logging on trail 181. I rode 85 miles of our trails yesterday and they are in overall fair condition with very thin snow cover in various spots. The lack of snow creates rough riding conditions in these places so if you ride please go slow and use caution. Water in some creeks and swamps has been reappearing when the weather turns warm and we have been working on these as they appear. With more warm weather in the forecast the trails will continue to deteriorate. I will post an updated report as soon as the weather and snow conditions improve and we start grooming our trails.
The Eisenstein Bushwackers January 3rd from 149 looking back on trail 111 we panned 101 to 105 103 to 104 all 204 105 110 and 111 from 105 to park falls 80 south from Boyer road to White Rock road I to Fifield trails are a little ruff some rocks and need snow very rideable but slower speeds early season trails yet thank you