Trail Report #6 Winter 2017-2018

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Trail Report #6 Winter 2017-2018

Postby Lee & Mary » Sun Mar 18, 2018 1:59 am

Trail Report #6 Winter 2017-2018

Well up until last week, our trails in the exposed areas out on the power line were in pretty rough shape. However the nor’easter of last week took care of that problem but good. Our section of the trail network received anywhere from 6” to 15” of snow. All trails are open and have good coverage. Groomer operators have been out and packed the new fallen snow. Additionally operators have been able to cut and groom the trails to a fine surface. All of our trails are open and ready!! There is some cautions to watch out for due to the thawing that took place earlier and the longer days. Ice may be just under the surface and areas along the edges of trails may be soft. As always keep your speed down and watch out for changing conditions. :lol: :roll:

Connecticut Valley Sno-Riders Grooming Area

A logging operation is occurring on a short section of Trail 3 between EX524 and EX521 and will last all winter long. It is clearly marked.

• From Guildhall Village Trail 2F to the Pipeline Jct EX 64
• From EX 75 on the 2F trail north on route F102 to Maidstone Lake
• From EX 532 North on the Lake Road to EX 55 on Route 98
• From EX 532 West on 102-A to EX 51
• From EX 51 North on 102-A to EX 42 on Route 102
• From EX 343 North to EX 501 on Highway Rte 105 (Stone Dam)
• From EX 51 North on Route 98 to EX 491 junction with trail head Rt F98
• From EX 491 North on Route 98 to EX 49 joining Route 102
• From EX 50 feeder trail F102 to Bloomfield
• From EX 402 to EX 532 the Route 1 trail
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