Beavers on Brown Brook Trail getting spring work done.
Trails are very soft due to warm temperatures this week. Expect spring like riding with waterbars and hazards developing.
Despite some warm temperatures in the forecast, we have plenty of snow and a hard base to keep the riding great this weekend. Hopefully things will get colder next week.
Our trails along with our neighboring club trails received over a foot of snow this week with two storms. Lots of powder snow. Our Skandics were out all day today packing the trails. Conditions are good to excellent. Grooming continues and we should be in great shape. Check out Bill the groomer guy.
NEW TRAIL SIGNS. Thanks to Brian at Planet Graphics in Pembroke MA. for donating the vinyl letters for our trail signs. Check them out on the trails this weekend.
This week’s rain brought ice to the trails. The trails are smooth but icy in some locations. Stinson Lake is all ice. Grooming continues but we could use some new snow.
As old man winter bears down on New Hampshire with bone-chilling cold air and snow, the grooming team continues to prep the trails and groom whenever we can. Most all our trails have been groomed and compacted. We have lots of snow to work with so as temps get back to normal we should have the best riding in years. See pic of Top of Stinson Mtn.
We are off to a great start to our winter season with over 2 feet of snow and frigid temperatures to freeze up any wet spots. The groomers have been serviced and will be working the trails this week. Our last work day was Wednesday. A badly needed bridge was added to North Trail and a washed out bridge on Brown Brook Trail was relocated. See video. Hope to see you on the trails.