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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 01-21-2013, 04:18 PM Thread Starter
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wheres the snow!

I'm from Woodstock Ontario and it's still green grass at the end of January. i only took the sled out once a few weeks ago and put on 40km of ditch and bumpy fields. was planning on doing the R.A.P tour (Round Algonquin park but even up north there isnt any snow. someone help where can i ride in Ontario that's not insanely far away
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Looks like you are SOL! Take a look at the OFSC site, link below.

Take a ride up to Kirkland Lake and we can take a ride on the freshly groomer 8" we got Saturday night. If the wife or GF rides, bring her up, so does mine.

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my front yard has about 3'? kinda getting tired of using the snowblower.
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wheres the snow!

We are heading to cochrane in a little over a week. Trails up there are lookin perfect.


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Smallengineguy,
I'm in Gilmanton (yes, I met you a couple of years ago with some backyard bombers), can you think of any family day trips I can make this weekend to find some snow? We really don't have anything here.
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no snow here either maybe a bunch of ice on the canadian border thinking of just spending the money this week and drive down to tug hill area since im only 2hrs away
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Thanks Scrammy650,

I guess I should have given more information than to just direct this at Smallengineguy. I'd love to get input from anybody that I can.

I live in central NH (lakes region) and I love our local trail system, when we have snow. As a matter of fact, when we have snow, I'd welcome anyone here. The trails are very scenic and well maintained. It suits our needs well, which is more cruising and sightseeing. I'm not knocking it, but all out, full throttle, isn't our style.

Having said that, can anyone think of nice trails a couple of hours away? Maybe White Mountains etc?

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