We have received 2 feet of snow in the last 10 days. Excellent riding throughout our region. Just in time for winter vacations, so enjoy it while it lasts!
The Bruhawachet Sno Tracker Trails got 6-8 inches of snow this week with two storms. All our trails are being groomed now including most of the small trails. Stinson Mountain Trail was groomed twice today to cut all the bumps and fill low spots. Great riding throughout our region including all the surrounding club trails.
On Wednesday our area got 3-4 inches of fluffy light snow. Temps are expected to remain seasonally cold for a while. The trails are in the best shape of this season (Packed and Groomed). This weekend is shaping up to be a great one. The grooming crew hopes to see everyone at the Warming Hut on Saturday for the cookout.
This week’s storm left 1-3 inches of packed snow and sleet; the warm weather has softened up the trail base. Riding is still good but the colder temps are needed before the groomers go out. Groomers will be out Friday. REMINDER: THIS WEEKEND IS TRI-STATE RECIPROCAL WEEKEND. EXPECT HEAVIER TRAFFIC.
At 5:00 pm it is snowing moderately. 5 inches of new snow so far with 6-12 expected. All our trails are open but with 12 or so inches of new snow it will take some sled traffic to compact the trails and groomers will resume friday night. It should be a great weekend for riding. Happy New Years for Bruhawachet … Read More
At 10:30 AM it is snowing today with 3-4 inches expected. Most of our main trails have been cleared of blow downs, groomed and are good to excellent. Trail base ranges from 2-10 inches. There are still some water bars that are open. Stinson Mountain Trail is open and compacted only. Some deep washouts were filled with snow. Use Caution. … Read More
Well Mother Nature has given us an early Christmas present by blanketing the area with 8-10 inches of snow, cold temps and more snow forecasted for the weekend. With that said, we plan to open USDA gates and our trails on Friday, December 16. Please review the following cautions: Lakes, ponds and streams are not yet safe. Beware of waterbars and … Read More