Our trails condition depend on which trail you are on
The West End: 2/7/16
This End of the Island is decent condition . He is staying on top of the water holes and most of the rocks have been covered. It still could use a few more inches of snow on this end but over all it is in fair to good condition. Canoe bay Area on the south end of the Island the snow gets thin.
The East End: 2/7/16
The water holes are getting WORSE the groomer is still breaking through them. You can NOT get around most water holes. Then the Plains area has about 8 miles of road that is solid ice with very little snow to give lubrication for you sled. You can do the Marblehead loop trail 496 just dont go north of Glen Cove on trail 493 towards the Maxton Plains. There is less snow on this end of the Island so the snow on trail this end is much thinner.
There is logging going on trail 493 from the plains for 8 miles heading towards the east. Please watch for log trucks! This area is posted with Logging signs.
Our trail base is any where from 2-4 inches depending on the area with a little less than foot of snow on the ground.
* Let it Snow * Let it Snow * Let it Snow
Note: it only takes 10 mins for hypothermia to set in once your feet get wet and you are a long ways out there!