Rosco-Higgins Snowmobile Club Trail Report

  • Trail Condition: Fair
  • Last Groomed: January 15th, 2020
  • Base Snowfall: 2"
  • Reported On: January 15th, 2020 @ 5:37pm

Groomer Report

 

1/15/2020

Trails were groomed for first time this season Monday.  We groomed again today. We need more snow! There is only about a 2 inch base of snow and ice.  I have been told the trails are rideable.  Saturday is our annual trail stop at the 6-7 split. Info below, special events.  Again, we need more snow!

 

1/10/2020

Calling for up to 16-18 inches! Bring it!

 

1/8/2020

Nothing to report. Not enough snow to groom.  You have snow and could ride, but not great conditions

 

12/21/2019

Waiting for snow.

 


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  1. Following is our regular grooming schedule. Weather and snow conditions permitting, we will groom our trail on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.   Also, as long as we have no equipment break downs.

 

SPECIAL EVENT:

We have out trail stops planned for both Saturdays during Tip Up Town, 1/18/2020 and 1/25/2020 at the 6-7 split.  We will have hot dogs and hot chocolate to give away starting around 11:00am.  Our grooming equipment will  be on site for everyone to see what keeps the trails smooth. kids, both young and old,  can  get in and sit in the seat and take pictures .  So stop by and get some dogs and hot chocolate and meet some of the guys who volunteer to maintain the trails for your enjoyment.

 

Trail 482 (Charlie’s Country Corner to Grayling) –

Trail 7 (Charlie’s south to Trail 6 and Trail 6/7 intersection aka “Split”) –

Trail 6 – (‘Split’ west to Horseshoe Lake (marker 06-023) –

Trail 6/7  – (‘Split’ south to South Higgins Staging Area) –

 

We have 2 staging area’s on our trails.  Those are 1) “Stratford Staging” which is located at Moorestown  Rd and Oil Well Rd.  2) South Higgins Staging Area which is located just west off US27 at the South Higgins Lake exit, which is specifically located at Co. Rd. 104 and Deadstream Rd.  Both areas have DNR Outhouse facilities.

Poor Trail Complaint