Winter Trails Report

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Cross Country Ski Trails Report
Snowmobile Trails Report

February 15, 2019

 

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

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Winter Trails Report:

Snowmobiling:

According to the Pulaski-Boylston Snowmobile Club:

Alex and I groomed C5A from Pulaski Barn to Albion Cross Rd in Altmar and to 11 North & Ma Barker’s. Trails are in great condition with a few thin spots and a few passable light wet spots. The farmers field at 2A is still pretty choppy but outside of that enjoy smooth riding. Please remember the speed limit is 25mph.

According to the Redfield Snowmobile Association:

All of our trails are open again. We did groom both North and South of town last night. Snow was very loose and will take a couple more grooming runs to pack it all in. Please remember that the snow fell on a very icy base. Stay on the trail and respect our landowners.

According to the Square Valley Trail Blazers:

Mallory to Parish, Mallory to Irish Jacks, Gristmill to Happy Valley, and Happy Valley were groomed yesterday afternoon. Panther Lake and Central Square were done last night.

According to the Mexico Trail Riders:

With the snow we received mid-week, the trails are open. Please stay on the trails and use caution.

 

Cross-Country Skiing:

According to the Winona Forest Recreation Association:

The last few days have presented us with a few inches of snow and a layer of crust. The plan is to get all woodland trails groomed and tracked tonight and tomorrow morning. If all goes as planned, users should have very good conditions starting out of the Wart Rd. parking area.

According to the Osceola Tug Hill Ski Club:

As it is currently above freezing, I will not be grooming this morning.  Good conditions with rolled trails and skied in tracks.  The weekend looks very good with lots of new snow and mid 20’s for temperatures.  I will be grading and setting tracks on Saturday.