Welcome to the trail reports. Click a trail report below to get more detail. We try to update as frequently as possible and as major changes occur.
- Landowners Dinner! April 20, 2018
Everyone should have received an invitation by now. This is a reminder to RSVP by tomorrow for the land owner dinner if you will be attending. You can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP.
Dinner is next weekend, Saturday April 28th. Happy hour starts at 5:30 and dinner buffet at 6pm.
Dinner is $15/adults and $6/child age 12 and under. There will be prices raffled off throughout the evening.
Hope to see you there!
- Our Trails are closed April 5, 2018
There was a little riding left earlier this week, but it has come time to close the trails. It was a mixed season with some great riding at times. Hope everyone enjoyed it!
If you have time to volunteer, we can always use help when we get around to taking down the stakes. There’s a LOT of them!
- Only riding in Michigan March 27, 2018
After some additional discussion last night, we’ve decided to close all trails outside the Michigan area. The Michigan area are the section of our trails that are mainly in the national forest (Bloodroot, Carmel, North Pond, 73/74/745). Riding in town or heading North, East or South of town is not possible now with those sections of trails closed.
We don’t like closing trails with a few more weeks of riding left, but this is necessary to protect our landowners and have trails for next season. Thanks!
Remember – you can always view trail info on the VAST map online. Just remember, some clubs are not as quick to update, so just because something might show as open, it is always good to check. I have seen that Bridgewater has closed all their trails.
- Trails update/closures March 26, 2018
This past weekend was great for some added riding, although with the warmer temps and the number of sleds out there, we now need to close some sections of our trails. Best riding is in Michigan. See image for current update. Trails in the Michigan section (73/74/745) still have plenty of snow and you can still ride over to Chittenden. You just need to trailer in most cases to get out there. Parking is available at the end of Upper Michigan rd. We’ve had to close the trails in the valley as they are bare/mud in most spots. We expect conditions to deteriorate further over the week and will update when necessary.