Trail Conditions: Fair
Snow Cover: 6-10"
Date of Report: March 8, 2023
The trails are holding up in the woods very well. With the strong March sun out in the day time, it is taking it’s toll on the trails. There is some areas in direct sunlight that have burned through down to the dirt base. Then you make a turn into a shaded area, there is still plenty of base and the trails are holding up.
Early morning riding, the trails are still and icy. By afternoon, they start to soften up. Road routes are pretty bare. Lakes are snow covered, but stay near the barrels. If the lake is not marked, stay off them.
The forecast of snow for Thursday-Friday has dropped off to 1-3″. Then there is more in the forecast for Saturday-Sunday. Seems to be a row of storms lined up, so we could see more snow coming yet.
No grooming yesterday as the trails were holding up with lighter traffic in the daytime. We will watch the forecasts and watch trail conditions to determine when we need to be out again.
News and Reports:
- A reminder to ride between the orange blazers. Be careful in corners as there is an ice layer under the snow. Ride Right ➡️ Ride Safe.
- To see where the Groomer is at, check out Groomer Tracker Half the cost of the app comes back to Conover Sno-Buddies to support grooming operations.
March 17 – Fundraiser at Club 45. Annual St. Patricks Day Corned Beef dinner. Money raised at this benefit go to the Sno-Buddies for trail maintenance. Come out and enjoy a Corned Beef dinner provided by the Payne Family.