Trail Report #4 2018-2019

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Trail Report #4 2018-2019

Postby Lee & Mary » Thu Jan 24, 2019 4:04 pm

Trail Report #4 Winter 2018-2019
The snow of this past weekend varied from eight to eighteen inches depending on where you are in our trail system. IT IS TOO MUCH! Grooming that amount of snow is difficult, puts a lot of stress on the equipment, doesn’t pack well, and makes the groomer consume huge amounts of fuel. We would be better off with six inches at a time. Groomer operators have been out this week and by now have at least groomed all of our trails except the trails from Guildhall village. Parking lots at Maidstone Lake, Dennis Pond, and Stone Dam (Rte 105) have been plowed. That was thru Wednesday. Then the rain came! The rain may settle the snow but also may open some of the wet areas we groom. Cold weather will return over the weekend. Then next week, we may get to hone the trails.

As always ride with caution and always under control. Several accidents this year have been the result of out-of-control sledders and excessive speed.

Connecticut Valley Sno-Riders Grooming Area
• 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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