Snowmobile Trail Report for Monday, February 2, 2015

Headed out for a ride hitting Sayner and St. Germain trails. All had been recently groomed. Trails took a beating from the heavy traffic this past weekend. Groomers are trying to smooth trails but there is not as much snow to work with so several areas still have lots of bumps and corners are pushed out and icy. There are lots of trails that are all brown and snirty. Carbides definitely scrape a lot. There are nice stretches out there that are all white and have plenty of snow. Plowed road trails are getting thin on snow and are getting bare spots.

I am going to rate majority of trails in the fair to ok category. There are poor spots and some good and also some very good stretches. You will see  a lot more snirt and brownish trails and the carbides will scrape more.  Some corners are down to bare ground as well as some areas on trails.  I still found some good to excellent trails that are mostly to all white with good snow cover, even in the corners. Try to get off the main corridor trails for the best riding. While there is plenty of decent riding, we could definitely use more snow to freshen things up and give the groomers more to work with. You will have to ride on some bad trails to get to the good ones.

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