ANNUAL FAMILY SNOWMOBILE RALLY - FEBRUARY 16-18, 2018

TRAIL REPORT – January 11, 2018

Jan11

Staging areas will be open on the weekend. Please be aware, it is early riding conditions with low snow – average 12″. Watch out for the groomers as they will be out on the weekend prepping trails and then they are hoping to groom early next week. Beware of logs on the trail in various spots, you can get through, but they will remain, until they can be pushed by the groomer. WARNING: Logging activity present in various areas. We are looking for someone to ride with the groomer to help the operators Saturday, Sunday and/or Monday. If anybody is available, please message us or phone Don or Dave.

Trail Report December 28/17

Dec28

NO NEW UPDATES

RIDING RECOMMENDATION: Riding is not recommended. If you are riding, please use the WHOLE trail, not just the center area
TRAIL CLEANING: We are finished, thanks to the many volunteers out there
CONDITION OF TRAILS: Trails are in poor condition due to lack of snow (about 4-8″ on average) and the trails are very rough.
HAZARDS: Numerous hazards on trails associated with low snow levels. All waterways, creeks and muskeg are not frozen. Anyone crossing the McLeod or the Athabasca River near their confluence, needs to use extreme caution. New erosion control structures have changed the currents and thus ice formations in a big way.
GROOMING: Trails have not been groomed yet, due to low snow levels.
STAGING AREAS: Eagle River & Groat Creek Staging Areas are locked and not open to the public.
USE CAUTION: Please beware, that we have industry working in the south and north in various locations.
MEMBERSHIPS: Don’t forget to buy your Trail or Day Pass prior to going out. Your support helps us to groom and maintain trails.

TRAIL REPORT – DECEMBER 21/17

Dec21

RIDING RECOMMENDATION: Riding is not recommended. If you are riding, please use the WHOLE trail, not just the center area
TRAIL CLEANING: We are finished, thanks to the many volunteers out there
CONDITION OF TRAILS: Trails are in poor condition due to lack of snow (about 4″ on average) and the trails are very rough.
HAZARDS: Numerous hazards on trails associated with low snow levels. All waterways, creeks and muskeg are not frozen. Anyone crossing the McLeod or the Athabasca River near their confluence, needs to use extreme caution. New erosion control structures have changed the currents and thus ice formations in a big way.
GROOMING: Trails have not been groomed yet, due to low snow levels.
STAGING AREAS: Eagle River & Groat Creek Staging Areas are locked and not open to the public.
USE CAUTION: Please beware, that we have industry working in the south and north in various locations.
MEMBERSHIPS: Don’t forget to buy your Trail or Day Pass prior to going out. Your support helps us to groom and maintain trails.

TRAIL REPORT – DECEMBER 14/17

Dec14

RIDING RECOMMENDATION: Riding is not recommended. If you are riding, please use the WHOLE trail, not just the center area
TRAIL CLEANING: We are finished, thanks to the many volunteers out there
CONDITION OF TRAILS: Trails are in poor condition due to lack of snow (about 4-8″ on average) and the trails are very rough.
HAZARDS: Numerous hazards on trails associated with low snow levels. All waterways, creeks and muskeg are not frozen. Anyone crossing the McLeod or the Athabasca River near their confluence, needs to use extreme caution. New erosion control structures have changed the currents and thus ice formations in a big way.
GROOMING: Trails have not been groomed yet, due to low snow levels.
STAGING AREAS: Eagle River & Groat Creek Staging Areas are locked and not open to the public.
USE CAUTION: Please beware, that we have industry working in the south and north in various locations.
MEMBERSHIPS: Don’t forget to buy your Trail or Day Pass prior to going out. Your support helps us to groom and maintain trails.

Trail Report Dec 7/17

Dec08

RIDING RECOMMENDATION: Riding is not recommended. If you are riding, please use the WHOLE trail, not just the center area
TRAIL CLEANING: We are finished, thanks to the many volunteers out there
CONDITION OF TRAILS: Trails are in poor condition due to lack of snow (about 4-8″ on average) and the trails are very rough.
HAZARDS: Numerous hazards on trails associated with low snow levels. All waterways, creeks and muskeg are not frozen. Anyone crossing the McLeod or the Athabasca River near their confluence, needs to use extreme caution. New erosion control structures have changed the currents and thus ice formations in a big way.
GROOMING: Trails have not been groomed yet, due to low snow levels.
STAGING AREAS: Eagle River & Groat Creek Staging Areas are locked and not open to the public.
USE CAUTION: Please beware, that we have industry working in the south and north in various locations.
MEMBERSHIPS: Don’t forget to buy your Trail or Day Pass prior to going out. Your support helps us to groom and maintain trails.

TRAIL REPORT – NOVEMBER 30, 2017

Nov30

RIDING RECOMMENDATION: Riding is not recommended. If you are riding, please use the WHOLE trail, not just the center area
TRAIL CLEANING: We are almost finished, thanks to the many volunteers out there
CONDITION OF TRAILS: Trails are in poor condition due to lack of snow (about 4-8″ on average) and the trails are very rough.
HAZARDS: Numerous hazards on trails associated with low snow levels. All waterways, creeks and muskeg are not frozen
GROOMING: Trails have not been groomed yet, due to low snow levels.
STAGING AREAS: Eagle River & Groat Creek Staging Areas are locked and not open to the public.
USE CAUTION: Please beware, that we have industry working in the south and north in various locations.

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