George has been out on the trails this spring with his GPS. The new trail maps this fall will be up date and will also help with any search rescue missions in the future.
As you can see with this picture, the snowmobile traffic and grooming operation have left no signs of damage. This is what we aim for in this snowmobile club. We want to have the best trail system around for snowmobilers, cross country skiers, or what ever kind of winter sports you enjoy.
With the last of the season’s snow quickly receding, the Executive Board met yesterday at Canoe King to lay plans for next season. Along with much trail rework to be accomplished, we also have RTP and GIA projects scheduled fort the upcoming year.
if you check out the events box you see we have a yard sale coming up May 25th followed by our annual fishing tournament in June. If you eWorld like to sponsor or help volunteer with either event please contact those listed organizers.
Also we are looking to put together a group to work at the October NHSA Grass Drags in Fremont. Watch for further details, but this would be a great opportunity for our members that live too far away in the off season to help with the trails, but live very close to Fremont where even a few hours of one day contribute greatly to the Club’s fund raising activities!
A big thank you to everyone that squeaked out one last ride this weekend. As many of you know, the State closed the gates to the Castle/Mount Shaw trails and the Rail Bed last week, and we are shutting gates today. The warm weather and bright March sun have finally had the last word across our trails.
But keep checking back here and on Facebook often during the off-season, as we hope to have many new and exciting things to announce during the spring, summer and fall months regarding the Club and the trails for next season!
The State has closed the trail to the Castle, and the gates to Corridor 19 (Railbed) this morning. George groomed last night so we are asking the State to keep the gates open in the Park at least through the weekend. Needless to say the snow from the last storm is going fast!
We have re-opened, in conjunction with the State. Expect spring like conditions…the State is packing up and over the Castle and we will do what we can with our woodlands trails!
As predicted, the storm has arrived across our trails during the overnight. We will track it closely and if predicted amounts of a foot or more occur, we will re-open portions of our trail system in conjunction with the State.
We will update our Facebook page throughout the storm, and post an immediate update here if we are able to re-open the trails and possibly conduct some late season grooming!