Trail was groomed Friday and Saturday. Today temp hit 42 and lots of snow melting. Trail is soft which will not hold a smooth surface. Trail was excellent but with temps over 40 and rain tomorrow, they will be poor real quick . Hopefully it gets cold and we get more snow
Trails were groomed overnight. With the cold weather, they set up nicely. Plenty of snow, trails are EXCELLENT!
Trail groomed Friday and last night. With the new snow, conditions are excellent.
Our trails were groomed Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday night. We could use more snow, but trails have a good base and very rideable. We had our trail stop yesterday and had 245 riders go by with majority of them stopping. Everyone complementing how well our trail is, thanking us for our work. We want to thank all the riders for enjoying our trail. we will have another trail stop next Saturday 1/26/19 10:00-3:00 at the 6-7 split. Stop by and see us. Check us out on Facebook, Rosco-Higgins ORV and Snowmobile Club
We have a rental tractor delivered yesterday and our trail was groomed last night turned out decent but we need snow. Stop by Saturday at the 6-7 split for dogs and hot chocolate and meet some of the guys that do the work on our trail for you to enjoy! Starts at 10:00 am
Our groomer caught on fire last Friday while grooming. Until we get ours repaired or a loaner, we are unable to groom. Ride safe.
I rode our trail every day since we got snow on the 1st.
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday , the snow held up, but Thursday, the sun came out, and temp went up and the trail deteriorated. Sides of roads going bare. The trail is rideable but spring like conditions. The forecast is calling for another system starting Monday . We need snow!
Finally got some snow. Got 7 inches overnight. Went riding and lots of traffic of traffic on the trail. Jeff is grooming tonight. With the rain coming before the snow, and it’s 3 degrees out right now, so the groom should freeze up good and give us a good base. Keep dancing and hope we get more snow!
Trails ready for snow. Raining out right now.
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- 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.
We have out trail stops planned for both Saturdays during Tip Up Town, 1/19/2019 and 1/26/2019 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.