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Moose Snowmobile Trails Reports for Tuesday, January 24, 2023

Published on January 24, 2023

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After weeks of having little to none for snowmobiling, it seems as if things are swinging in a more positive direction.

Some clubs are starting to report marginal to fair conditions; primarily around the Highmarket area. There is more snow in the forecast for this week.

Here are the latest updates we have gathered:

NOTE: Conditions are likely and do tend to change on a moment’s notice. Be sure to keep checking our website for any updates.

Barnes Corners Sno-Pals: No recent updates.

Brantingham Snowmobile Club: Trails are open, but still not enough snow to groom. Conditions vary.

Long Pond Sno Sled Club: Some new snow, but not enough yet to groom; trails still closed. 

Lost Trail Snowmobile Club: Trails remain CLOSED.

Missing Link Snowmobile Club: No recent updates

Osceola Snowmobile Association: Limited riding from Cedar Pines to Highmarket. 

Ohio Ridge Riders: As of this week, most trails have re-opened; watch for fallen hazards.  

Old Forge/Town of Webb: Trails are fair to marginal; snow coverage is slowly building.

Penn Mountain Snow Riders: Waiting on updates.  

Southern Tug Hill Sno-Riders: Best riding (for now remains) towards Highmarket area.

Trackside Blazers: Trails are CLOSED.

Turin Ridge Riders: Seasonal roads near Highmarket have marginal conditions; grooming still suspended.

Valley Snow Travelers: Still no grooming; Tug Hill trails have some ice base with some new snow.

NOTICE: Local law enforcement and snowmobile club officials are warning all riders to obey any and all rules and regulations. This includes, but is not limited to: respecting closed trails and staying off from private property. Police warn to never snowmobile while intoxicated or under the influence of any substance. Watch your speeds and remember to look out for and give right-of-way to groomers on the trails. 

Image via the Osceola Snowmobile Association.

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