2/5/19 - 9:00 PM All Sacandaga trails are closed due to warm temperatures and rain. Current conditions do not allow grooming and riding the trail will harm the existing base beyond repair. Trails will be reopened as soon as weather conditions permit.
1/29/19 - 9:00 AM Once again snowing steadily here and the forecast is for at least 8 inches of new, dry snow, followed by brutal cold. Our winter storm warning is in effect until 4 AM Wednesday morning. Give the groomers a chance to deal with the new snow early Wednesday.
1/27/19 - 11:00 AM Snowing steadily here in Edinburg, hard enough to limit visibility on the lake. Expected to last 4 to 5 hours with periods of heavier snow and wind.
1/26/19 - 4:00 PM The rain from Thursday was not as damaging as expected. It served to pack the snow which then froze and provided a good strong base. Groomers have since smoothed the trails and filled ruts. Be advised, this is not a fluffy snow that lubricates your sled and helps cool the engine. Overheating is a possibility - scratchers will help. The lake is also nearly bare of snow and the same cautions apply.
- Trail S80C-Turner Road - snow cover is good for the entire trail. The lower portion of the trail near the lake is rough. It's not the snow, its the terrain. You should not be accessing this trail from the lake so skip the lower part of the trail if you can.
- Trail S80 and beyond - There are only a few icy spots on the Richter's Trail portion of S80 but you need to take care when crossing some wet areas where storm runoff crosses the trail.
- Trail S80B - The trail to Horsehill Road (Lost Diamond) is currently closed. Plans are to open it when we get more snow.
1/23/19 The trail to Turner Road (S80C) has been groomed and is in good condition. The main trail (S80) from Bayshore Park to the Mulleyville connection has been groomed and is in good condition. The trail to Horsehill Road (S80B) is not open at this time. We hope to have it opened by sometime next week.
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