Trails are Open
As we announce that the trails are open, please be aware of your surroundings, there can always be hidden object underneath.
You also must beware of cross-country skiers and snowshoe hikers that will be sharing the trails with you.
We have received a lot of snow in the area along with some drifts of all sizes. Please be careful and because you don't know what might be under any drifts, stay on the trail.
Grooming is constantly happening on third shift and first shift when needed.
Keep in mind that this group is spreading ourselves everywhere and we are trying to keep everyone safe and happy.
STOP DRIVING ON THE TRAILS
Not sure what it will take for people in vehicles to understand that you can not drive onto the trails or even the parking spots that once were parking spots. Its snowmobile season and we do not plow those area and so when you attempt to drive on this snow covered areas, you are going to get stuck. Now you have spend your time and money to get out of there and the possibility of a fine. Donation to the club or rail trail would be expectable for the damage one may have caused.
Up date for 02-25-21
Trail condition update 2/25/21
With the recent warmup we lost some snow but the majority of the trails are holding up well. Grooming is only taking place when temperatures allow.
Please use caution as spring riding conditions are in effect. Runoff from melting snow will be scouring the base in drainage areas so expect the unexpected at any point along the trails. We do our best to mark these locations but they can open up anywhere and can come up on you fast, especially on the B trail. Try to avoid exposed ground where possible.
We will be grooming some trails overnight and before the weekend warmup. The forecast is calling for rain and temperatures above freezing from Saturday to Monday, don't expect any grooming to occur during that time.
The last we heard the gates at the golf course are still closed by the owner. We will post updates on that situation.
You can get to Lakewood Lodge by using the G trail.
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