TRAILS are OPEN for the season
Our volunteers are out working on the trails or at the groomer barn working on equipment almost every day. We are always looking for "HELP" trail grooming, maintaining trail signs, working on equipment, you can just come and hangout and lend a hand once in awhile or go out on the trails and keep our groomers operators company.
If you might be interested in doing anything stop by or give Jim a call at 518-863-4088
Remember to Always Check Local Ice Conditions before traveling on any body of water
Trail s-80 is now temporarily Closed headed east from the new trail reroute to the Mulleyville for the next 2 weeks due to logging. Trail s-83 to Foxhill rd will remain Closed until next Friday 1/12
Mulleyvilles trail S-83 is Closed due to logging which should end in a week or so.
Trail S-80 from the Bay Shore trailer park to the intersection of S-80B has been groomed but snow cover is thin. Trail S-80B from the Groomer barn to the main Lyme Timber road snow cover is thin. the LT road to the S-80 intersection is in great condition. S-80 from S-80B to the trail reroute is in great condition. the S-80 reroute trail snow cover is thin. S-80 headed towards the Mulleyville trails are great for a 1/2 mile then there is a mile of plowed trail till you make the right on Davignon rd. then the trails are snow covered to the intersection with the Mulleyville trail system.
Trail Conditions are marginal at best. The S-80 reroute has been completed but due to construction needs snow bad. The Great Sacandaga Lake froze over this week but travel on it is not recommended at this time.
We received about 8" of Snow yesterday so You will need your Snowmobile to access the trails for Saturdays work party.
The trails are scheduled to Open on Dec 11 but it don't look good at this point.
12/16 - 12/17
Work Party meet at Groomer barn 9am. you will need your atv to access the trails as we will need to build a bridge for the S-80 reroute plus other trail maintenance.
2018 trail map
To get your 2018
200 Club number
Call John Ward
Web Map and Trip Planner
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ATV's and UTV's are prohibited!!!
Please stay on the marked trail.
Always check local ice conditions when traveling on frozen surfaces, such as lakes, ponds, rivers ect.
"CAUTION" Watch for Groomers
All trails are used at own risk.