THis weekend im going to twin mountain, they got a crap load of snow, they had 4 feet and it rained a little made a good base, now on this second northeaster they got 2 feet, and it rained little bit last night, then it snowed for the rest of the day, so they going to have very good trails
I just got back from rangeley for a week, and the trails up there are good, alot of water bars but every place will have that from the rain, and the lakes need a little longer of ice/cold but overall it was a good week
Wow, small world. I'm a current member of the Parkman polar bears and am in the process of joining the Grand River Trail Riders club.( great snow up there) Maybe we'll meet on the trail. ( though you may stick your nose to the air because I ride a polaris ) I'm just happy riding, no matter what I'm on. I'd hope you're a little more open minded in person, than you have been towards the people on this board. Have some fun this weekend man!! 22 inches of the fluffy stuff I know quite a few guys that ride on all three set's of trails, so I'll be addding up some miles .
Yeah, Grand river has the greenway. It's only paved on the northern end of the trail. (north of I-90 ) The rest is just a rail bed. Right now you don't need the trails though, all the secondary roads are well covered with snow.