Trails are Closed, till snow happens, then they will be open (Snowmobile only!)
When we have snow to ride on safely. Trails will be open, but please exercise caution as early season riding conditions would be in effect. You may encounter fallen trees and limbs, water holes, closed gates and fences, and other hazards. Most gates are open but you may find a few that aren’t open yet. If you stick to the main trails then you should be ok but it is likely there are trees and branches down from the high winds from a storm might cause these issues. It will take our volunteers a day or two to get around to everything as we need to dig out and have real jobs too.
Please be advised of the following trail closures:
The D trail remains closed from the Red Schoolhouse to the northern C-D intersection in Pleasant Mount, till further notice, watch out for those notices.
The X trail is closed from the A trail to the Speakeasy due to the concrete blocks placed at Creek Rd. by Herrick Twp. blocking the X trail entrance/ exit, these will be moved when we get enough snow to open them. We will post updates if and when the hazard is removed or properly delineated.
Members may still access the Speakeasy and Arlo’s from the B side and the A side at the western side of Huck’s Pass, if need be.
Exercise caution on cross country trails as there was a lot of standing water. It may take some time for things to slush up and freeze solid. Forecasted temperatures are favorable. This serves as a reminder.
Pay attention to the new trail alignments in the Waymart area along the C trail and the Y trail to the gas station. Please follow the new signage.
Only one club snowcam is operational at this time at the Forest City location.
The forest city parking lots do not get plowed for a few days. Check with the Speakeasy and Arlo’s to see if their parking is open
Trail passes are available online or at the point of sale locations listed on our website.
We will post updates in this thread and on our website as time allows.
If you do get out and see something that we need to address then please message us. Also we do have some that ask a ton of questions, most answers can be found on our website with minimal effort. We ask for everyone’s patience and understanding as it is a handful of volunteers that makes this all happen. Just be happy that we have snow on opening day and enjoy what life has to offer on a snowmobile.