ANNUAL FAMILY SNOWMOBILE RALLY - FEBRUARY 15-17, 2019

March 3 Trail report

Mar03

Some fresh snow this week has covered up hard, icy trails.  Conditions are excellent.  Watch for logging activity around Summit Cabin and seismic on trail by letter N toward Swan Hills.

Trail passes are still available. Ride safely.

Golden Triangle update Feb28

Feb28

Trailblazers were out yesterday to check the condition of trail between Letter M and O.  Some snow was bladed back onto trail by seismic company but trail still very icy and rough.  Did not make it to N as a ravine was impassable on existing trail due to ice, icebanks, and ruts.  We will look for a detour or try again when more snow accumulates.  Trailblazers are hoping seismic activity is completed within a week or so then will get trail back in good condition…if season isn’t over*!@#.

Feb 24 Groomer Report

Feb24

Goodwin Lake trail, Manweiler Trail to Athabasca, and Summit Trail from town to cabin was groomed on Feb 23. 

 Trails are hard-packed and smooth…still need scratchers.  No fresh snow yet.

Town to Staging Area then on to Gundy Rest Area trail is being groomed today.

Seismic activity is ongoing around Letter N between Whitecourt and Swan Hills but is supposed to be passable.  Use caution.

POKER RALLY SUCCESS

Feb20

Thanks to all participants, sponsors and volunteers for making the 2011 Whitecourt Trailblazers Poker Rally a huge success. The turn out was better expected with -30° overnight temperatures.

Congratulations to Whitecourt’s Sheldon Hogan the winner of the 2011 Polaris RMK-PRO and to all other prize winners throughout the weekend.

Hope to see you all again at next year’s Family Day weekend rally.

Feb 17 Report

Feb17

Trailblazers groomer has been busy as conditions permit.

Trails are still hard and fast…scratchers needed.

Remember the BIG RALLY is this weekend!!

Golden Triangle update

Feb17

All sections of the Triangle have been groomed or travelled by snocat except for the area around Letter N between Blue Ridge Haul road and Freeman River.  Seismic activity bladed the snow off the trail for several kilometres.  The trail was supposed to be returned to normal last week, but Trailblazers have not confirmed that.  Scouts will be out next week after the big Rally is finished.

Remember that the Triangle Trail is remote in many areas and unforeseen hazards may occur.  Volunteers do their best to keep it safe but downed trees and industry activity may interfere for short periods.

Fox Creek reports all their trails were groomed again following the successful Jamboree last weekend.  Way to go Fox Creek!

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