Trail Report


All the trails were groomed today and

It just don't get any better than this.


Trail C8, C4B, S80B to Horse Hill Rd. & the S80B Gas & Food trail to Fuller's Corner were groomed today and all are in good to excellent condition.


Trail C8, C4B & S80B were Groomed today and

are in Good to Excellent Condition.

We got the Skandic's back so Trail S80B the Gas

trail to Fullers Corners was Groomed today

   and is in Good condition


Trail C8 & C4B were Groomed today and are in

Good to Excellent Condition


Trail C8 & C4B & S80B were groomed this morning and are in Good to Excellent Condition


Trail C-8,C4B & S80B to Horse Hill Rd. were Groomed today and are in Good to Excellent Condition.


The trails were groomed this morning and are in good to excellent condition


The Sno*Cat is back and trails were last groomed on the 14th and are in good to excellent condition


The Trails are going to be Rough as the Sno*Cat and the 2014 Skandic are down for repairs so we are down to 1 small groomer with some very bumpy trails to groom.

We hope to have the Sno*Cat up and running by  the Holiday Weekend.


The trails today are in good to excellent condition


The trails were groomed today and are in 

Good to Excellent condition.

Good news it's been reported that the

Mulleyville Club has groomed their trails.


Our trails were groomed yesterday and are in

Good to Excellent Condition but if you plan on

riding beyond our system the Mulleyville

trails are reported to be in rough condition.


We received more than a foot of snow today and the trails have been groomed and are in                  Good to Excellent condition


The Sno*Cat was out all day grooming and clearing trees and the trails are in fair to excellent condition.


3 to 5 inches of new snow on 1/27 added some lube to the trails our small groomer was out and all the trails are ride-able but please use caution as there are still many hidden hazards. 

Plus more snow and cold weather is forecast for tomorrow night.


People have been riding the trails but we NEED more Snow to cover all the rocks etc.

The Lake has a lot of hard crusty snow. Use your Ice Scratcher's and you should have enough lube.


Trail C8 out of Bay Shore Trailer Park is 3/4 Ice

till it hit's trail C4b which has a thin base but has been groomed thru C8 to the lost diamond camp where the trail goes back into the woods.

What lube there is should vanish when things get cold and harden up. We need snow bad!

The Lake has plenty of lube today but might not last.


On trail C8 we installed a new bridge over Gorden Creek today.


The Crew have been working hard on the trails and have them in fair to good condition.  They are a little thin on the lower trail elevations with deeper snow as you climb the mountain. Use Caution because with the thin base there are many hidden hazards such as Rocks, water bars etc.

Most of the Great Sacandaga Lake has 8 +inches of ice and has plenty of lube. 


Our trails at this point have little or No base.

Lake access to the trails is not good with thin or no ice conditions remaining after the warm spell.


The lake froze over last night at the C4B Trailhead.

( Turner Road )Some more cold weather and some snow and were in business.

Remember to Always Check Local Ice Conditions before crossing any body of water


 Please use Caution as you can Expect Spring like conditions with many open creeks, dirt and  rocks on the trails. Plus the lake is not frozen so there is limited access to the trails at this time.


The trails are OPEN for the Season

Remember to get your 200 club number for 2015 because this is how we purchase and maintain the equipment that we use to maintain our trails.

To get your 2015

200 Club number

Call John Ward 

 at 518-863-8837

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Trails are OPEN

Track the Sno-Cat with Spot

ATV's and UTV's are prohibited!!!

Please stay on the marked trail.

Always check local ice conditions when traveling on frozen surfaces, such as lakes, ponds, rivers ect.

"CAUTION" Watch for Groomers


The Sacandaga Snowmobile Club is not liable for its accuracy, mistakes, errors, or omissions of any kind, nor for any loss or damage caused by a user's reliance on information obtained in these posts. The trail conditions posted here are general information only and do not necessarily reflect the trail conditions at the time of your ride. Trail conditions may vary with temperature, snow conditions type of terrain and usage.

 All trails are used at own risk.