I groomed most of our trails early this morning. The high elevation trails are in great shape! There was several inches of new snow. The closer that you get to RT4 is where you find the, less snow, past rd650 heading north and west. The is still great rideing and no water crossings that sleds have to go thru. Early morning rides will be the best, like this morning the sunrise was beautiful! It does not get much better than that! Ride for spring conditions and ride safely! When I get all the stats for the grooming season I will post them for every one.
Category: Trail Reports
Riders out last night left the parking lot at the Notch Road and rode to RT 103. They said the trails were GOOD and holding up very nice for spring conditions. More snow later in the week! If any one has photos or stories about rides in Shrewsbury please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank You.Ride safely!
Dad and I was out grooming last night. We groomed 4&7 and 407. The trails are still very nice over all. The north end of 407 and 4&7 north of RD650 has some lean areas and will be the first to get bare as the temps warm up next week. There are no open water spots that the sleds have to go thru at this time! Ride for the spring conditions and Ride Safely!
Gary and Minnie were out grooming yesterday. There was 2 inches of new snow which helped to fill in some of the imperfections. Thanks, to Scott Ryan and Charlie Barret for going up and filling in the only nasty open water spot that we had. The groomer went over it after and finished filling it in, Thank you again! There will be riding for a while yet! Ride Safely!
Scott and I was out grooming last night. We got the Tucker back from Earl’s Truck Repair on Friday and every thing is working fine! The trails overall look good still! There are some lean areas and the plowed roads are bare but, in the higher elevations ther is still good snow depths. Watch out for water crossings as they are going to be opening up. Ride safely!
Gary and Minnie were out on Tuesday March 8th and groomed the trails. They were haveing transmission issues and was only able to groom some of the trails one way! Thank you to the people that helped them to winch on a steep hill coming back out of the wheelerville area on the new 4 & 7 trail. They ran out of power and spun on the ice. We are looking for some one to fix the electrical issue on the Tucker, but no response from the several calls that we made at this time. Iwill try again today. We can not go out again without the fix or risk transmission damage! Ride safely!