Trail Report

2/16

The temporary bridge was installed today on S-80 and the trail is now passable.       We are out Grooming the trails as this is written.. and they will all be in good to excellent condition by this evening. But use caution as all our trails have some rough spots due to running water.

There has been several complaints from motorist about Snowmobilers Speeding and Reckless Driving on Fox Hill Road. This is our only access to the Mulleyville trails.  Please tell everyone that the speed limit is 25 and to stay on the trail or shoulder of the road or we will lose it..

2/13

we received 11" of snow from yesterdays storm . Our Sno*Cat was out all morning packing the trails. There are still many rough spots on all of our trails due to running water. With the worst  being the flow out of the beaver dam on trail S-80 (the lost diamond section). This is almost impassable and we will be having a emergency work party Thursday to put a bridge in. Meet 9am at the Groomer barn.

To avoid this section of trail You can use the club trail that crosses Johnney Cake Lake to access the trail to Mulleyville.

2/12

Well we cleaned up the mess and all our trails have been groomed. Please use caution as there are still some rough spots on all of our trails due to running water.

WARNING

The Turner rd trail head S-80B area has snow covered Thin Ice conditions and should be avoided.

2/10

We had an 1" of ice followed by rain followed by 3"of snow this week.

Please use Caution as our groomers will be out today clearing and grooming the trails.

2/6

All our trails are in pretty good shape and have been groomed but all have some poor spots to deal with. The lost Diamond trail has the most water holes to deal with but can be avoided by using the Johnnycake trail. The 512 by-pass trail is open but still a little rough and we need more snow to take the Sno*Cat thru there again.

1/29

Our trails were groomed today The main trails are in pretty good shape. There are some water spots to deal with coming up trail S-80 out of Bay Shore Trailer park and coming up S-80B along Turner road as well. The trail thru the Lost Diamond Club is rough with many water spots as is the 512 by-pass trail to Mulleyville.

12/31

The little bit of snow we received on Thursday was not enough to make the trails safe enough to ride. So if you must ride them be careful and watch out for the many hazards you will encounter.

12/28

The trails are in very poor condition due to lack of snow and lots of running water. The good news is the alternate trail 512 to Mulleyville is complete but at this point is unrideable due to lack of snow.

Fullers Store is Closed.

Fuel can be purchased at the Edinburg Marina during normal business hours.

The trail  from Johnnycake Lake to Mulleyville will be Closed this winter 2016-2017 due to Lyme Timber Logging on Davignon road. We are working on an alternate route.

The remaining trails are OPEN

Remember to get your 200 club number for 2017 because this is how we purchase and maintain the equipment that we use to maintain our trails.

To get your 2017

200 Club number

Call John Ward 

 at 518-863-8837


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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.

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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.

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