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Grooming Schedule 2017-18

Wednesday, March 14th, 2018

Our Grooming has started, we hope to have a second groomer for our Spread, Whitetail, & Pete groomed routes. This should improve the quality of these groomed routes.

KEELER:  was groomed on the 30th. of December,  January 11th, January 23rd. The LMC groomer (second one) was used to groom Keeler on the 2nd of February, the 13 of February, and to the second bridge on February 22nd. groomed on March 8th, & 13.

SPREAD CREEK: Has been Groomed, lots of trees made the work time consuming 2/14. groomed again on 3/2, and is in excellent shape.

Whitetail is our new connecting route: Was groomed on 2/15 and 3/2

PETE CREEK: Groomed from Whitetail down to the trailhead on 2/15 and groomed to the turnaround on 3/1.

The North/Beetle Creek route will no longer be groomed, but is still an open route connecting Spread & Pete Creek.

Before going into to the backcountry to ride and play check the conditions at

 http://www.idahopanhandleavalanche.org/

this is a change from last years avalanche forecasting.

 

The Bridge is back in place, allows access to Cheer & Spruce.

 

 

 

Next Scheduled Meeting

Monday, March 12th, 2018

Our next scheduled meeting, April 4th,  at the  Troy County Shop office at 7 pm.  An agenda with more information following soon.

Check the home page for the agenda & more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

TRAIL PASS

Friday, December 1st, 2017

A trail pass is required for groomed trails. The cost is $18 for 3 years. THERE IS NO GRACE PERIOD.  You will receive a ticket for non- compliance… Available in Troy at the Booze & Bait, the Yaak Mercantile, The Snowmobile dealers in Libby, or on line at the Montana Fish Wildlife & Parks site https://app.mt.gov/als/index/index.html

2017 Scholarship Winner

Monday, May 22nd, 2017

Heather Lyons of Troy, is our 2017 $500.00 Scholarship winner.

She plans on attending the University of Montana, and major in Media Arts

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Congratulations Heather

 

Keeler: Off Season vs. Snow Season

Friday, April 15th, 2011

Comparison of the Warming Hut off season and during the snow season.