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Let's get the new thread started. Did some great trail and field riding today. An awesome start to the year!
 

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what trails are legally open in PA now for sleds??
as far as I know NONE? so heads up?

I am just hoping this is actually a GOOD snow yr for PA period
been a while now since we had good snow for more than a few days at a time

be nice if what we got now just stays and builds up from here till late March !
but its raining here now and the foot of snow I had yesterday is almost gone minus piles from plowing?
 

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Yep, and the web cams from the PSSA are there too. I'm working on getting the Marienville one back online now. Taking back yard pictures today. Should be back at the location in Marienville over the weekend hopefully once the members get it mounted back up.

And still working on the club over in Northeast Pa (NEPA club) to get theirs back online too.

Steve
 

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I would love to be able to ride Laurel Highlands or Potter Co this year. Been driving all the way to Northern Maine and the UP for the last several years. Would be great to do some shorter drives :)
 

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ultra.. I feel your pain it's Vt and the UP for me. I would like to see more mid-week Pa day tripping than marathon road trips. we'll see..... 2days and counting. B.
 

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Rode both sides of 30 and to seven springs. Best snow conditions I've ridden there in a while. But there are a LOT of limbs and trees down. DCNR did a great job cutting out big trees that blocked main trails but the amount of low hanging limbs and limbs on the trails was substantial, especially on the trails nearest seven springs. It's going to take a good bit of work and time to completely open all trails.
 

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I'm from SW PA, depening on exactly where you're from in MD, I'd take rt 40 to Farmington, then turn right on 381 just past Nemacolin. Go through Ohiopyle, past Falling Water until you're almost in Normalville. Turn right on Rt 653 an you'll come to a sled parking lot on you're right (7-9 mile on 653). From there you can head toward 7 Springs an all the Laurel Highlands trails or back towards Ohiopyle on some power-lines. Going away from 7 Springs can only be done if there's lots of snow.

Remember there is NO GAS on the LH trail system. You can get good food at 7 Springs at the Sporting Clays lodge.
 

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No trail sticker required if that’s what you mean. Recipical agreement wth most state registrations except NY.
 

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well it HAS to be registered in PA and you have to have Valid insurance, but there is NO trail permit

but PA state registration again is required so is Ins!
 

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Thanks for the info guys! I’m from Oakland area so the directions should be perfect. Also understand I need to have the sled registered in PA. Now we just need snow!!!!
 

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I was just up there today, there is NOT enough snow right now, but, all could change in the next couple of days..


Let's all pray to the Snow God..LOL
 
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