February 9, 2016
This report courtesy of the Oswego County Department of Community Development, Tourism and Planning.
Winter Trails Report:
Cross Country Skiing:
According to the Winona Forest Recreation Association:
We have a hard crust base of about 6-12 inches. There is some tree debris but nothing that can’t be skied around. Some water/ice spots but the snow surface is remarkably skiable after the thaw.
According to Hugh Quinn of the Osceola Tug Hill Ski Club:
We had one inch of snow overnight with one to three inches more in the forecast during the day. We have a granular base under new snow. I will be packing new snow to the base later in the morning as it will do more good with additional snow. Snow in the forecast the next 5 days.
According to the Pulaski/Boylston Snowmobile Club:
All trails in and around Pulaski are closed due to lack of snow. The Boylston trails were groomed late Sunday. The woods trails are seeing some brown snow and have had some water holes but cold temperatures and possibly snow are coming our way. Seasonal trails are in pretty good shape.
According to the Fulton Area Snow Travelers:
Trails are closed due to the lack of snow.
According to the Square Valley Trailblazers:
Trails are closed.
According to the Mexico Trail Riders:
The trails are closed.