This week’s warm temperatures has caused some ice and dirt to show on lower elevations. The snow pack on higher elevations has held up well. Very little grooming took place this week. Our trails are still flat and should be good once the cold temps return Friday night.
The rain has come and gone. We probably lost some snow but there is still plenty to groom with. Need colder temperatures and a little fresh snow to get back to excellent. Forecast for next two weeks looks good. There may be some water hazards, please watch for them. This is Stinson Mtn. Trail at 6am.
Early November has provided a good base for our trails to open this Saturday, but at the same time it slowed down our last few trail projects. Our gates and trails are open. Grooming has been limited but will be in full swing next week. If you ride, please use caution as waterbars have not been filled, some trees could still be down (clear them if you can). Lakes are not safe and signing is still required.
You can expect to see weekly trail reports on Thursdays.
Well our winter trail riding season officially ends Easter Sunday, April 1, 2018. (No joke) Our trails will be closed April 2 and gates will be closing the same time. This year our trails were open for 15 continous weeks.
We used all our grooming allocations and continued to groom without reimbursement.
Special thanks to all the groomers and anyone who helped with the trails. Thank you Bill O. Mike J. Tim L. and Chris D.