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Last Updated: Saturday, January 31, 2015


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We are in business!  three significant storms within two weeks has landed a lot of snow on our trails that had no base.  Snow is deep and not settled yet.  We need folks to go out and break trail.  Don't go alone!  It's very easy to get stuck.  Take a pair of cutters as some branches may have dropped.  We will be out there grooming as soon as conditions make it feasible.  We appreciate all the help we can get .  Thanks!


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Mountain View Market is open with gas!


(please note they do not have pay at the pump after hours)

Note:  the only way by trail is over Alamoosook Lake.

Use extreme caution crossing the ice!


ld be appreciated. Contact me if you have some time as both sleds must go out together. We will groom once the trails are broken open. If anyone has a powder sled and can bust some trails get on out there. Careful though it is deep. Please contact me if you know of any trails that have been broken or any areas where trees are down blocking the trails. We ran into a few out there from the last wind storm we had. None of the lakes are frozen enough to cross yet so stay off the ice. We should have some good ice after this week of cold weather. Be safe and call me with any trail info so we can update the website. Mike



Important Notice


Although ATVs are not typically allowed or acceptable to be used on much of our trail system, please note: 

Landowners have every right to use their own ATVs on their own property. 


We have such a landowner in our area who has been confronted by snowmobilers regarding the use of his ATV on his own property.  This is not only disrespectful of the landowner but also not the most appropriate course of action.  If you have any concerns about anything you see on our trails system, contact us directly please to avoid making a mistake that could threaten trail access. 


Remember... Respect Landowner Rights!


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Thanks to all the guys: Chris, Ken, Chaysa, Chuck, Greg, Andy, the Mikes, Tim, and Don (did I leave anyone out?); who are out there on their own time grooming our trails and making them nice and smooth and safe for everyone to enjoy!  Enjoy!






Also use extreme caution when crossing the ice. Steams and lakes are NOT a part of our trail system and should always be considered dangerous.  And as always, respect and appreciate our landowners.



Snowmobiling safety tips!


Ride Sober - A high percentage of snowmobile fatalities and injuries are the direct result of someone's irresponsible use of alcohol. Don't drink and ride. Don't let anyone else in your group drink and ride.


Be Aware Of Conditions - Early season ice conditions remain questionable. Snowfall can insulate thin ice and slow the freezing process. Snow levels may vary on the trails. Objects may be covered or barely hidden. Ride accordingly.


Stay off roads and on trails - Early in the season, it is tempting to ride on roadways. Don't do it. It is illegal and it puts both snowmobilers and automobile drivers in danger.


Ride At A Reasonable Speed - Speed limits are determined by existing conditions. If you can't control your sled safely at the speed you are going, you are going too fast. You are not only threatening your safety, but the safety of others around you. Slow down.


Use Hand Signals - The use of a simple set of hand signals on the trails keeps traffic orderly and predictable. These signals inform other sledders of your actions. Know them and use them.


Ride Defensively - You can do everything right, but still encounter a rider who is doing everything wrong. By riding defensively, you will be prepared to respond and avoid a dangerous situation.


Ride to the Right - Just like driving a car. It is required by law that a snowmobiler operate to the right of center on the trail when approaching or navigating a curve, corner, grade or hill. Stay to the right, even on straight-aways.




Take the The Brian Wass Fund Snowmobile Safety Course (pdf)



Hand Signals





    Items to carry when riding:



Personal identification

Snowmobile registration

Tool kit

Spare belt

Spare spark plugs

Tow rope




First aid kit *

Food and water

Waterproof matches and fire starter

material (paper etc. in a waterproof bag)


Necessary personal medical information

Paper and something to write with


Hand warmer packs

Extra key to your snowmobile

Extra dry gloves and socks

A wool hat

Cell phone

Duct or electrical tape


Emergency blanket


* Basic First Aid Kit


Band Aids- various sizes

2� and 4� gauze compresses or gauze pads

1- triangular bandage (sling)

Roll of gauze

Roll of 1� adhesive tape

Rubber gloves or plastic wrap

to use as a fluid barrier

Antibacterial cream or soap

Antibiotic first aid cream


Protective face shield or mask

** Do not carry any liquids that

may freeze or break open**