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Winter Trails Report

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Cross Country Ski Trails Report
Snowmobile Trails Report

January 22, 2021

This report courtesy of the Oswego County Department of Community Development, Tourism and Planning.  


Winter Trails Report:

According to the Redfield Snowmobile Association:

Most trails were groomed Wednesday night. Kay Rd. trail was groomed yesterday. There are still some water holes. Things are starting to freeze up and we were able to build some snow bridges.

According to the Kasoag Trailblazers:

All of our trails are open. The Altmar and Williamstown area trails were inspected and groomed on Monday. There were some water issues up in Altmar on trail C5A near Albion Cross Rd. where we connect with the Pulaski club.  On Tuesday two groomers went out and inspected and groomed C5 and C4A from the groomer barn up to the Redfield Reservoir. Trail was in good shape with no water issues. Cold temperatures and more snow are in the forecast for the next couple of days.

According to the Pulaski-Boylston Snowmobile Club:

Groomed C5A from Pulaski barn to Albion Cross Rd. It was very thin in the woods with some running water and water holes. Good coverage outside of the wooded area.  Please respect our landowners and stay on the trails.

According to the Mexico Trail Riders:

As of Thursday the trails remained closed. There was snow in the area overnight and this morning so we will update as soon as there is enough snow to open. Please be patient while we check out the areas and open gates.


Cross-Country Skiing:

According to the Winona Forest Recreation Association:

We have the best conditions so far this year. Lots of new snow with most trails groomed and tracked.

According to Friends of Great Bear:

We have good ski and snowshoe conditions. Colder temperatures with some additional snow expected in the next day or so should keep the trails covered.