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Trail Cleaning Updates

Nov03

Trail Cleaning UPDATES
Trail cleaning has been ongoing for a month or so. Thank you to everyone who has been out or is planning to go out. We are asking if you are planning to trail clean, please contact one of the trail bosses for updates. Trails are being cleaned daily, therefore we may have other trail recommendations for you. Here is the update as of today. Trail Bosses – Doug Hay (NW region), David MacLeod (NE region) and Don Price (S region). Please use all safety precautions when out trail cleaning (PPE & Don’t work alone). In addition, we ask that you purchase your ASA Trail Membership prior to going out.

Trail Report March 18, 2021

Mar18

Spring is here. Riding is not recommended on our trails. Access to the trails has deteriorated. Staging areas are closed. See you next year on the trails.

Golden Triangle Trail System of Swan Hills, Fox Creek and Whitecourt trails are poor. Riding not recommended in our region.

Trail Report March 10, 2021

Mar10

Trail Report March 10, 2021-Spring riding
South Side: We received 4-6″ out on the south trails. People are still riding out there. It’s a bit rough to get in, but once you are out, they are holding up. Trail is good to Tom Hill Tower from the Bessie and Manweiler Trails. The snow cat was out recently up to Tom Hill. Summit area has fresh snow as well.
North Side: Trail system has logging on Golden Triangle sections from L to O and also logging from Chickadee Burner to Gundy Cabin. Trails are not closed, but take caution. The Carson Trail (#6-#9) is open, but low snow from equipment that worked in that area. Our section from the Carson Cabin to Letter O was not cleared or groomed due to not being able to access the trail with the cat (open water and low snow). Very slow going through there with big woops. Reminder there is no access into town from the north side due to river flowing. Please use the Eagle River Staging Area. Enjoy the fresh snow.

Notice of Logging close to trail

Mar09

Please be cautious when riding Chickadee Burner to Gundy Cabin on the Manweiler Trail as logging is occurring close to the trail. Signs posted. Logging crew will be there for a while.

Trail Report – March 4, 2021

Mar04

Trail Report March 4, 2021

Whitecourt – Spring riding conditions – warm temps and low snow. What snow we did have is disappearing fast. People are still riding, but please ride with caution and slow down.  We received 3-4″ on the weekend, but have experienced above 0c all week.

March 1-March 5th -Please beware of heavy equipment on the Carson Trail between #6 to #9 and the Carson Lake Trail. We are doing overhead brushing and clearing on these two trails!!   We will advise when it is safe to proceed on these trails. 

North Side: Snow is skinny (6-12″) on the north trail system. Chickadee Burner to Virginia Hills has decent snow. All trails are rideable, but ride cautiously in these lower snow areas. No access to northside trail via river. OPEN WATER-Please stage at Eagle River Staging area. Beware of logging on trail from Carson Cabin to Freeman.  

South Side: Snow is 6-12″ on south side. Bessie and Manweiller and to the Athabasca River are decent riding. Summit Cabin to Tom Hill has snow, but has not been groomed. Ride with caution on all trails as bare spots are showing in lower snow areas. We Would not recommend Goodwin Lake trail as hills are showing bare spots.

GOLDEN TRIANGLE: 

Whitecourt:  Trail from Carson Cabin to Letter O has been cleaned but not groomed. 

Fox Creek:
The trails getting out of town ( first 2km) are not great it’s low and soft.  After that they are good  a bit bumpy but enough snow to ride.

Swan Hills: Received a few inches last weekend, groomer was out this week to the west and east, it’s going to be am awesome weekend for riding and rooms are great rate, get out and be safe

Trail Closed – Brushing & Clearing – Heavy Equipment

Feb28

February 29-March 5th -Please beware of heavy equipment on the Carson Trail between #6 to #9 and the Carson Lake Trail. We are doing overhead brushing and clearing on these two trails!!   We will advise when it is safe to proceed on these trails. 

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