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I know the trails are yellow on the map right now...but is there enough snow for a shake down run for a new sled??
 

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was just out near rama today, some trails are great, other field crossings losing snow with open spots of dirt, and ruts. i've ridden worse in the late season....any spots where the sun has been hitting the trail, are not so good......cheers
 

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went out last night. dropped in orillia....what a disaster, snow on the trail but it would appear that a groomer hasn't been out in a while. really whooped up bad. i hope it goes out soon before the snow flies.
 

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I live right on the trail and we have had snow in horse shoe since mid nov and even after the big rain in dec still had enough to ride, they groomed hap hazardly 2 days ago for the sec time... i WILL not put my money in this club till it steps up and grooms more often. we have deer cams in bush to prove it. i went out last night for a 20 mile ride from sugar bush to orillia game reserve over to moonstone craighurst n back and the trails were 8 out of 10, if they can get out a couple more times now with cold it should be great.
 

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I live right on the trail and we have had snow in horse shoe since mid nov and even after the big rain in dec still had enough to ride, they groomed hap hazardly 2 days ago for the sec time... i WILL not put my money in this club till it steps up and grooms more often. we have deer cams in bush to prove it. i went out last night for a 20 mile ride from sugar bush to orillia game reserve over to moonstone craighurst n back and the trails were 8 out of 10, if they can get out a couple more times now with cold it should be great.
We’ve had nowhere near enough snow this year to properly groom the trails, not to mention the biggest problem this year is the lack of cold weather, considering the amount of trails in the ODSC area are swamp.
 
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