Trail Conditions: Excellent
Snow Cover: 8-10
Date of Report: February 8, 2019
Red Arrow Snowmobile Trails (Townsend) – It’s 14 degrees in beautiful downtown Townsend this morning. We received 6 1/2″ of fresh snow yesterday, and if my Weather Channel App is accurate, we could receive 5″-8″ more Thursday. This should turn the area into snowmobilers heaven.
Paul Bunyan (Lakewood) – It’s 5:30 am Friday and the area received 5 to 6 inches of fresh snow. It started out as rain so this was a better packing snow to groom. The groomers got in early this morning and there is another shift going out to open the trails that are blocked by plowing operations on the town and county roads. It’s going to be windy so expect drifting snow in the open areas. Ride safe and watch for the groomers.
Chute Pond Snowmobile Trails (Mountain) – Chute Pond trails are open, being groomed, and are in very good condition. There may be some low hanging branches from the recent heavy snow (8-12” in the past week), so please use extra caution. Grooming will be ongoing- so please watch for them on the trail anytime of day or night- and always yield the right of way to the groomers. Stay to the right, and enjoy your ride!
Bagley and Brazeau Joyriders Snowmobile Trails – B &B Joyriders trails received 5” of new snow, Tuesday. The groomers have been out all day Wednesday and Wednesday night. They will be back out Friday after the next snow fall, 3” to 6” that maybe on the way. The trails are in good to very good condition. Some of the open fields on the south end of the trail system are a little light of snow. If you ride to Suring, the old trail is closed through the golf course, but the trail does go around it and back into town.