Trail Report – February 2/19


A crazy last couple of days with all the snow. We received over 12″ on our trail system. We have a great base, with all the warm weather we had last week.  The trails are in great shape for our upcoming rally in 2 weekends. All trails have been groomed at least 1-2 times. They will be groomed and ready for the rally. Happy sledding everyone.

Trail Report – January 24, 2019


All trails have been groomed and are in superb shape. Carson Cabin to Letter O will be cleaned and Groomed next week.  Please beware of equipment on trails. We have had a few inches of fresh snow this past week. Hope you are able to get out riding this weekend.

Trail Report – January 18, 2019


Grooming – South Side – Groomed (except Summit Trail to Tom Hill)

North Side – Groomed – #6 to Carson Cabin, Chickadee burner to
Athabasca River, 2 -18, 18 to Athabasca Lookout, 19-18. Eagle Staging
bypass has not been done.

Trail Cleaning – Carson Cabin to Letter O has not been cleaned yet (Golden Triangle)
Waterways – Caution on all waterway crossings
Staging – We are recommending leaving from staging areas.


Trail Report – January 7/19


We have received fresh snow this past weekend giving us snow levels from 12″-18″ on the trails. Snowcats are out working on the trails and will also be grooming this week. Lots of untouched areas out there and we are excited to begin the season. Don’t forget to purchase an ASA Trail Pass or Day Pass if you are going out on the trails, it helps to support our trail maintenance and grooming programs. By purchasing a sled raffle ticket, you also help support those programs.

Both Staging Areas are open


Both of the staging areas are now open. Eagle was cleaned today and Groat to be cleaned either tomorrow or early next week. A bit more of trail cleaning needed and then we will be ready. Bring on the snow mother nature!! Looks like we might get a bit the upcoming week. Currently about 8-12″ of snow on the trails.

Trail Report December 31, 2018


Eagle River Staging Area is OPEN. We received 4-6” of fresh snow on the trails! Beware of water hazards as well trails are not groomed, therefore rough spots and other natural hazards are present. Be cautious. About 8-12” on the trails in varying areas; deeper the further north you go.

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