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Trail System Status:

CLOSED for the season

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Saturday
Apr162016

incredible honor

Hello Drifters,

Today the WDSC was awarded Snowmobile Club of the Year by the Maine Snowmobile Association.  This is a very prestigious award only given to one of the 289 clubs around the State each year.  It takes into account the past several years of work a club has done and the community involvement.  We want to thank all of those who have helped make the club what it is and particularly the 122 landowners who make the trail system possible.

 

Thursday
Mar102016

the end of another season

Hello Drifters,

The end of another season has come.  With long range predictions staying quite warm we will be closing all gates and picking up the stakes.  Please contact Joe if you can help with gather them, 310 0377

Wednesday
Feb172016

darn el nino

Hello Drifters,

Once again we have had to close the trail system down.  The past 48 hours warm temps and 2" of heavy rain has ruined the little snow pack we had.  Many sections of the trail are down to grass and flooded at the moment.  All we can do is hope to salvage some of the season if snow does arrive soon.  The sad thing is that even the county received rain which raised havoc with the limited snow they had as well.  It's been a rough year for any snow lover doing any snow activity this season.

Thursday
Feb112016

Land Trust Bridge

Hello Drifters,

We have been able to work with the Land Trust to have Jason Elder from M.L. Rogers Excavation help lower the beaver dam water level.  By this morning the water had dropped significantly enought that what was left began to freeze.  With the cold nights coming this area should now freeze tight. 

Trails have very thin cover so use caution since rocks, stumps, and ice will be all around.  Stay on the trail and Ride Safe and Ride Right.

Tuesday
Feb092016

trails reopened

Hello drifters,

The trails have been reopened however the snow cover is still VERY thin.  There are several open water areas and a couple are quite deep.  Do not cross open water.  You will also find rock and stumps exposed especially in the wooded areas due to the very thin snow cover.  Ride Safe, Ride Smart